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Trio Gaspard

Date
Sun 18 Aug 2024
2:30PM
Duration (approx)
2 hours
Interval
25 minutes

Adult $70 | Concession $65 | Student $35

Complimentary afternoon tea will be served during the interval.

Pre-concert dining option | Hearty soup with hot crusty bread ($16 per serve)

Photo: Andrej Grilc

Tickets

One of the most dynamic and visionary piano trios to emerge on the European scene in recent years, Trio Gaspard – currently Wigmore Hall’s ensemble in residence – makes its long-awaited Australian debut. Known for their riveting stage presence and compelling interpretations, the trio shares a program that showcases their virtuosic flair, as well as their commitment to furthering the trio genre. Here, Schumann’s sunny F major Trio is paired with music from 1963 by the Hungarian Sándor Veress; and a Haydn Trio converses with a work by the contemporary Swiss-Dutch composer Helena Winkelman, commissioned for Trio Gaspard’s ongoing Haydn Project. With its members hailing from Germany, Greece and the UK – each with busy careers as soloists and chamber musicians – Trio Gaspard speaks with a unique and modern voice: one that makes a convincing case for the piano trio as the most exciting and dynamic of chamber music genres.

Jonian Ilias Kadesha
Violin

Vashti Hunter
Cello

Nicholas Rimmer
Piano

Broadcast Partner – ABC Classic

PROGRAM

Helena Winkelman (b. 1974)
Threesome in a high-den

Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
Piano Trio No. 44 in E, Hob XV:28 (15')

I. Allegro moderato
II. Allegretto
III. Finale: Allegro

Sándor Veress (1907–1992)
Tre quadri
 for Piano Trio (14')

I. Paysage de Claude Lorrain
II. Et in arcadia ego
III. Der Bauerntanz

Robert Schumann (1810–1856)
Piano Trio No. 2 in F, Op. 80 (24')

I. Sehr lebhaft
II. Mit innigem Ausdruck
III. In mäßiger Bewegnung
IV. Nicht zu rasch

Event Tickets

18 Aug 2024
2:30PM
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18 Aug 2024
1PM
Hearty Soup with Hot Crusty Bread
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18 Aug 2024
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