Live online: Rautio Piano Trio & Friends

Part of the Conway Hall Sunday Concerts, Autumn 2020 Season

Add to my Calendar 13-12-2020 18:30 13-12-2020 20:30 36 Live online: Rautio Piano Trio & Friends ** We are pleased to be able to welcome an audience for this performance, as well as the standard livestream tickets. Attendance in person may not be possible if Government guidelines change prior to the event. We reserve the right to make this event livestream only and will inform ticket holders in advance. ** Conway Hall’s historic Sunday Concerts series is presenting its 2020 Autumn Season as a series of live online performances via Youtube Live, using state of the art live-stream equipment to give you the very best in audio and visual quality. To round off our season, the Rautio Piano Trio offer a programme which grows throughout the evening! First, a work for trio by Bach, arranged by the trio’s resident pianist, Jan Rautio. They are then joined by special guest Robin Ashwell (Sacconi Quartet) to perform Schumann’s only piano quartet, then by South African double bass virtuoso Leon Bosch to bring the evening – and the season – to a joyous close with Schubert’s evergreen Trout quintet. The recital by the Rautio Piano Trio will be preceded by a short performance by Supanee Sonchaiwanich who recently was a finalist at The Susanne Beer Cello Corner Foundation Competition. Rautio Piano Trio Jane Gordon (violin)Victoria Simonsen (cello)Jan Rautio (piano) About the Rautio Piano Trio The Rautio Piano Trio is an award-winning ensemble, known for their innovative and captivating performances. Alongside the cornerstones of the repertoire, the Trio presents imaginative programmes incorporating rarely-performed historic works. The Trio has released two critically acclaimed discs for Resonus Classics. Their début disc features Mozart piano trios recorded on a fortepiano belonging to the late Christopher Hogwood. It was hailed by the Observer as ‘an impressive achievement’ and received multiple five-star reviews. The Trio’s latest release, described as ‘elegantly effervescent’ (Gramophone, 2018) includes the world premiere recording of Ferdinand Hiller’s Trio No. 6 in C minor alongside Beethoven and Schubert. For more information visit their website (http://www.rautiopianotrio.co.uk/) About the Sunday Concerts) Founded in the 1880s, our chamber music concert series is the longest-running of its kind in Europe. Conway Hall was purpose-built in 1929 to host concerts and lectures, and they have continued here until the present day. The ethos of “affordable classical music for all” still remains. Under 26 year olds can attend our concerts for FREE, thanks to support from the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust. ** This performance will be live-streamed online using YouTube Live. A link to join the talk will be sent to ticketholders on the day of the event. ** Conway Hall, London DD/MM/YYYY

Details


25 Red Lion Square
Camden

London
WC1R 4RL
England


Tickets

Prices: £10 (or higher donation)

Programme



~ Interval ~

Performers

– double bass
– viola


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Programme Note

** We are pleased to be able to welcome an audience for this performance, as well as the standard livestream tickets. Attendance in person may not be possible if Government guidelines change prior to the event. We reserve the right to make this event livestream only and will inform ticket holders in advance. **

Conway Hall’s historic Sunday Concerts series is presenting its 2020 Autumn Season as a series of live online performances via Youtube Live, using state of the art live-stream equipment to give you the very best in audio and visual quality.

To round off our season, the Rautio Piano Trio offer a programme which grows throughout the evening! First, a work for trio by Bach, arranged by the trio’s resident pianist, Jan Rautio. They are then joined by special guest Robin Ashwell (Sacconi Quartet) to perform Schumann’s only piano quartet, then by South African double bass virtuoso Leon Bosch to bring the evening – and the season – to a joyous close with Schubert’s evergreen Trout quintet.

The recital by the Rautio Piano Trio will be preceded by a short performance by Supanee Sonchaiwanich who recently was a finalist at The Susanne Beer Cello Corner Foundation Competition.

Rautio Piano Trio

Jane Gordon (violin)
Victoria Simonsen (cello)
Jan Rautio (piano)

About the Rautio Piano Trio

The Rautio Piano Trio is an award-winning ensemble, known for their innovative and captivating performances. Alongside the cornerstones of the repertoire, the Trio presents imaginative programmes incorporating rarely-performed historic works.

The Trio has released two critically acclaimed discs for Resonus Classics. Their début disc features Mozart piano trios recorded on a fortepiano belonging to the late Christopher Hogwood. It was hailed by the Observer as ‘an impressive achievement’ and received multiple five-star reviews. The Trio’s latest release, described as ‘elegantly effervescent’ (Gramophone, 2018) includes the world premiere recording of Ferdinand Hiller’s Trio No. 6 in C minor alongside Beethoven and Schubert.

For more information visit their website (http://www.rautiopianotrio.co.uk/)

About the Sunday Concerts)

Founded in the 1880s, our chamber music concert series is the longest-running of its kind in Europe. Conway Hall was purpose-built in 1929 to host concerts and lectures, and they have continued here until the present day. The ethos of “affordable classical music for all” still remains.

Under 26 year olds can attend our concerts for FREE, thanks to support from the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust.

** This performance will be live-streamed online using YouTube Live. A link to join the talk will be sent to ticketholders on the day of the event. **

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