Thu, 03 Nov|
C. Bechstein Centre Manchester
C. Bechstein Centre Manchester Recital Series with Trio Havisham
The prize-winning piano trio will be performing the beautiful works of Martinu, Schumann and Dvořák.
Time & Location
03 Nov 2022, 18:30 – 19:30
C. Bechstein Centre Manchester, 7-9 Tib St, Manchester M4 1AD, UK
About the event
Please join us for our second to last performance of the year, in the C. Bechstein Manchester Recital Series with the prize winning piano trio, Trio Havisham.
Tickets for this recital are completely FREE and all guests will receive a complimentary glass of bubbly/non-alcoholic alternative. Tickets are limited, so if you would like to attend this fantstic event please call us on 0161 527 7677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your seat.
Likewise, if you are unable to make the event after booking, please call or email to let us know so we can offer your seat to another guest. For those who cannot attend in person, we will also live stream the event via our YouTube channel, a link will be provided nearer the time.
Martinu - Trio No. 1 in C minor ‘Cinq pièces brèves’, H. 193
Schumann - Trio No. 2 in F major, Op. 80
Dvořák - Trio No. 4 in E minor, ‘Dumky’, Op. 90, B. 166
About the Trio
Trio Havisham is an award-winning ensemble founded by Zany Denyer and Magdalena Riedl at the Royal Northern College of Music in June 2018, with Fangning Dong joining in September 2021.
To date they have won the Royal Northern College of Music’s Hirsch prize and they later went on to win the 1st prize at the CAVATINA Intercollegiate Chamber Music Competition held at Wigmore Hall in May 2022. Of the trio’s performance, adjudicator Roger Wright remarked that ‘they drew you into the performance, and at the same time blew you away’. More recently, in June 2022 they won the 1st prize at the Christopher Rowland Ensemble of the Year Competition, and in November 2022, Trio Havisham will be 1 of 6 ensembles selected to perform in the Birmingham International Piano Chamber Music Competition at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. They recently successfully auditioned for the Tunnell Trust, and will be a part of their roster of artists for the 2023-2024 season.
They have had the pleasure of performing recitals regularly at concert series’ and festivals including the Tattenhall Music Society, Buxton Opera House Coffee Concerts and the Connect Chamber Music Festival in Manchester. Highlights of the upcoming concert series include recital engagements in London at Conway Hall, in Ambleside at the Lake District Concert Society, and in Liverpool at Crosby Hall.
The trio are grateful to have performed in masterclasses and received mentoring from eminent chamber musicians including Fanny Robilliard, Louis Rodde & Paloma Kouider (Trio Karènine), Petr Prause (Talich Quartet), Donald Grant (Elias String Quartet), Wu Qian (Sitkovetsky Trio), Michael Dussek, Jeremy Young, Leonard Elschenbroich, Hannah Roberts, Yair Kless, So-Ock Kim, Jonathan Fisher, Henk Guittart, and the Gould Piano Trio.