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The Gould Piano Trio

Venue: Royal Hospital Chelsea, SW3 4SR

Repertoire

Edwin York Bowen
Rhapsody Trio (1926)
Robert Schumann
Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 110
Felix Mendelssohn
Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 49

Performers

Lucy Gould
violin
Alice Neary
cello
Benjamin Frith
piano

For over 20 years the Gould Piano Trio have remained at the forefront of the chamber music scene, having been launched into an international career by winning the first Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. Selected as YCAT artists they subsequently became ‘Rising Stars’ performing at major venues in Europe and North America. Familiar to listeners of BBC Radio 3, they perform at major festivals and venues in the UK and abroad, with regular tours to the United States.

They have recently recorded the trios by Dvořák and Mendelssohn for Champs Hill Records and tonight they perform three highlights of the trio repertoire: once dubbed the ‘English Rachmaninov’, York Bowen’s music is enjoying ‘a remarkable revival’ (The Times) and his haunting rhapsody appears alongside Schumann’s late, passionate Trio and Mendelssohn’s first Trio: one of his most popular chamber works and a romantic masterpiece.

NB. Please note venue.

Part of Royal Hospital Chelsea Concert Series

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