Concert: Music Network Presents – Amatis Piano Trio
Date: Thursday 11th October Time: 8.30pm Admission: €16/€14 conc.
Experience the consummate musicianship of the multi-award winning Amatis Piano Trio, widely acclaimed for their intensity, passion and beautifully-nuanced performances.
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809)
Trio in C major, Hob XV:27
Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856)
Trio No. 3 in G minor, Op. 110
Amanda Feery (b.1984)
New commission by Music Network
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809 – 1847)
Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49
Just weeks after forming in 2014, this exhilarating young piano trio won the audience prize at the Grachtenfestival-Concours in Amsterdam, quickly leading to their debut at the Royal Concertgebouw. Since then, they’ve taken the chamber music scene by storm, winning a slew of international prizes including the 2015 International Parkhouse Award in Wigmore Hall. For the 2018/2019 season, the trio has been selected as ‘Rising Stars’ by the European Concert Hall Organisation, which will see them perform in 23 prestigious concert venues across Europe.
The three players combine to create a gloriously balanced sound, the sensitivity of Dutch/Chinese pianist Mengjie Han a wonderful counterpoint to the exuberant energy of British cellist Samuel Shepherd and the delicate precision of German violinist Lea Hausmann. Known for playing intense and often highly charged programmes, with a repertoire spanning from Haydn to Shostakovich, the trio is equally committed to contemporary works, in 2015 founding the Dutch Piano Trio Composition Prize to encourage young composers to further the repertoire. On this tour they will premiere a new work by Irish composer Amanda Feery, commissioned by Music Network. Always lyrical, often surprising, catch this trio while you can!
LEA HAUSMANN, VIOLIN
SAMUEL SHEPHERD, CELLO
MENGJIE HAN, PIANO
Amatio Piano Trio Podium Wittemen Fragment
Hayden Piano Trio in C Major, HOB XV; 27
Joseph Joachim Chamber Music Competition: Amatio Piano Trio Play Haydn Paino Trio C Major
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