Thu, 16 Jun|
C. Bechstein Centre Manchester
Connect Chamber Music Festival
A brand new chamber music festival coming to Manchester this June, providing music students with a chance to share the music they love whilst raising money for local charities.
Time & Location
16 Jun 2022, 18:30 – 19:30
C. Bechstein Centre Manchester, 7-9 Tib St, Manchester M4 1AD, UK
About the event
Come and join the Bauhaus and Matveeva Trios for a 1 hour recital of Mendelssohn, Taneyev and Rachmaninov. They will perform as part of the Connect Chamber Music Festival, a new Manchester based music festival that provides students from the RNCM with a chance to play music with friends and colleagues before leaving to pursue their careers. All the proceeds of the festival will go directly to Manchester based charities.
Tickets are £3 and can be purchased on Eventbrite here: https://bit.ly/3yOZzR3
All proceeds will go to Lifeshare and JYSEP.
Bauhaus Trio's programme includes:
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No 1.
Matveeva Trio's programme includes:
Taneyev Piano Trio, First Movement
Rachmaninov Piano Trio No 1, élégiaque
About Bauhaus Trio
Formed in 2021, the Manchester based Bauhaus Trio consists of three fourth year students from the RNCM. In their short time playing together, they have been awarded first place in RNCM’s Nossek Prize 2022, the first chamber music prize to take place since the beginning of the pandemic, performing Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio in D minor. They will continue on to participate in the Christopher Rowland Prize at the end of this academic year. The Trio has received coaching from world renowned artists, such as Richard Lester of the Gould Piano Trio, Frank Wibaut of the Dartington Piano Trio, and members of the Elias and Chilingirian Quartet to name a few, and they recently performed a recital at the Haslemere Methodist Church Concert Series 2022 with great success.
About Matveeva Trio
The newly formed Matveeva piano trio has members From Russia, Ireland and Scotland. They met here in Manchester at the Royal Northern College of Music and enjoy playing a repertoire that includes lesser-known works. They recently had their debut at The Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester, performing Russian and Ukrainian music to raise money for those in need in Ukraine. The musicians of the Matveeva have been awarded prizes at the RNCM including the Concerto Competition, and the Norman George prize.