Linos Piano Trio

Carne Trust Ensemble in Residence


WED 2 MAR 2022 18.30
G35 Peacock Room, KCC

Prach Boondiskulchok piano
Konrad Elias-Trostmann violin
Vladimir Waltham cello

Boulanger D'un Matin du Printemps
Ravel Tombeau de Couperin (arr. Linos)
Clarke Piano Trio

Founded in 2007, the Linos Piano Trio’s colourful and distinctive musical voice draws on the rich cultural and artistic backgrounds of the three musicians. Their five nationalities and breadth of specialisms, ranging from historical performance to new music, contribute to their multifaceted and personal performances.
Praised for “slow-burning, gripping performance” (The Strad), and “virtuosity, presence of mind, and wit” (Süddeutsche Zeitung), the Linos Piano Trio performs on stages and at festivals around the world. The Trio recorded the first complete set of C.P.E. Bach’s Piano Trios, receiving numerous five-star reviews, and will soon release an album of transcriptions for CAvi-music in partnership with Bayerischer Rundfunk.
The Linos Piano Trio was the First Prize and Audience Prize winner of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2015, the 2014 winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Frost Prize, and has been Carne Ensemble-in-Residence at Trinity Laban Conservatoire since 2017.

The trio are also giving a prior Lecture Workshop on Rebecca Clarke’s Piano Trio at 17.00:

Rebecca Clarke's Piano Trio: Depicting Loss
We hear Clarke's masterpiece of 1921 as a kind of elegy. Aside from the obvious depictions of war-time sounds (machine gun, trumpet call, war siren), in this lecture-workshop we explore another important elegiac ingredient: nostalgia and loss. We look at how Clarke juxtaposes "new music" against "old sounds", explore the work's more avant-garde influences from the international music world, and share our techniques of bringing these aspects into focus in performance.

Dates and times

This event finished on 02 March 2022.

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