Lunchtime Concert: Trinity Laban Flute Ensembles

THU 27 APR 13.05

Take time out this lunchtime for a performance by Trinity Laban flute ensembles in the beautiful surroundings of the Old Royal Naval College Chapel.


A. Romberg
Duet No.3 from 3 Duos for two flutes, Op.62
I. Allegro ma mon troppo
II. Menuetto Vivace
III. Andante Cantabile
IV. Allegro molto

F. Doppler
Andante et Rondo for two flutes and piano, Op.25


Edison Denisov
Sonata for Flute and Guitar
II. Nocturne

Astor Piazzola
Histoire Du Tango
II. Cafe 1930

Béla Bartók (arr. Arthur Levering)
Romanian Folk Dances

Seo Yeon Kim is a first study flautist in her fourth year at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She is currently being taught flute by Margaret Campbell who is the principal flautist of Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and learns piccolo with Christopher Green. Before Seo Yeon came to London, she was taught in Korea by Shinjung Oh who is one of the Powell Artists. Seo Yeon has performed at various venues including Blackheath Halls and the Old Royal Naval College Chapel. She has previously won competitions including the esteemed Harold Clarke Woodwind competition, and the Korea Harold competition. She has performed in masterclasses with Demarre Mcgill, Jean-Michelle Tanguy, Paul Edmund Davies, Sue Thomas and many other flautists.

Hanna Woźniak is a flautist from Warsaw, Poland. After graduating from music school in May 2020, she started her BMus (Hons) degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. She is currently studying with Susan Milan on the flute and Christopher Green on the piccolo. Hanna performs as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician. She got to play in many venues in Poland and abroad, including Lithuania, Slovakia, Germany, Belgium, and the UK. She has been gaining experience by attending masterclasses with well-known flautists like Paul Edmund Davis, Ian Clarke, or Denis Bouriakov; as well as festivals, notably the British Isles Music Festival. In April 2021, she won the Harold Clarke Woodwind Competition held at Trinity Laban.

Yuri Inoshita is a pianist based in London, who was born in Barcelona and raised in Paris and Tokyo. She started her piano lessons and musical training at the age of 5. From the age of 7, she studied piano, solfege, and choir in the Conservatoire de Saint-Germain en Laye. After she moved to Japan at the age of 10, she started her training on dictation, harmony, sight reading and chamber music besides the piano lessons in Toho Gakuen School of Music. In 2017, she graduated from Toho Gakuen High School of Music, majoring in piano performance under the tuition of Mikako Abe. Besides her musical training in Toho Gakuen, she graduated from Hosei University, majoring in Intercultural Communication. Since the very young age, she has participated in several masterclasses taken by international pianists such as Jérôme Granjon, Pablo Galdo, Dmitri Alexeev, Pascal Rogé, etc. Yuri is currently on her postgraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, majoring in piano performance under the tuition of Martino Tirimo.

Kamilya Abisheva is a 24 year old flautist from Pavlodar, Kazakhstan. Her musical journey began at the age of 7 when she attended a specialized music boarding school. During her school years she played with the school wind orchestra, participated in local and regional competitions and won a Laureate Diploma at a competition in Astana. Then she began to study at Pavlodar State Musical College for 4 years. During this time, she played in both Kazakh and Russian folk orchestras, where she served as both a player and soloist. Kamilya also performed in various concerts in her city nearly every term, including playing solo and with a flute ensembles. In addition to her performance experience during college Kamilya participated in musical competitions across Russia and Kazakhstan, won accolades, attended masterclasses and graduated with honours degree. Since moving to London to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Kamilya has continued to grow as a musician, attending various masterclasses and regularly playing for charity concerts in Wimbledon and Morden.

Yiolanda Loizou is a classical guitarist born in Limassol, Cyprus. She is currently on her third year of the Undergraduate course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, studying classical guitar performance under the tutorship of Graham Anthony Devine. Before she initiated her studies in London, she acquired the guitar diploma of Musical Horizons Board of Exams with Distinction at the age of 14 and studied from a young age under the tutorship of Yiannos Philaretou and George Synnos. She has performed in several venues in Cyprus and Greece as a soloist, as well as a part of ensembles and choirs. Yiolanda is a performer of classical, folk and popular music. In 2017 she was hosted in the Cypriot radio station “Kanali 6”, where she performed both classical guitar pieces and popular Greek songs. In London, she performed as a solo guitarist and chamber musician in venues, such as the Romanian Cultural Institute, National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House, Waltham Abbey Church and St Alfege’s Church in Greenwich. She has been tutored in masterclasses by distinguished classical guitarists, including Paul Galbraith, Fiona Harrison, Christopher Stell and Antonis Koizas. She is part of chamber musical ensembles, including a guitar duo and a flute and guitar duo. Her studies have been generously supported by the Finzi Trust.

St Alfege Church
Admission free, no ticket required

Dates and times

This event finished on 27 April 2023.

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