Recitals at Romsey

The annual Romsey Recitals programme of Piano Trio & String Quartet performances tap the very best talent in Australia.

Established ensembles such as the Hamer, Seraphim, Aequales and Streeton have been complimented by wildly successful solo pianists such as Stefan Cassomenos and Hoang Pham.

A flexible annual programme allows Judy to accommodate newly-formed and highly talented groups such as the Melbourne Trio to delight our dedicated classical music audience.

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2017 Recitals at Romsey

23 July
ZOE KNIGHTON (Flinders Quartet) cello, and IAN MUNRO, piano.
Using the magnificently romantic Grieg Sonata as their centrepiece, Zoe and Ian have curated a program of diverse beauty from the haunting beauty of Vasks Gremata Cellam (made famous by Sol Gabetta) to the grand beauty of Grieg. Described as musicians of “colour and flair” and “thrilling sound” This is the concert not to be missed.

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24 September
TRISTAN LEE
Australian pianist rapidly gaining international recognition for his distinctive style and musicianship, on his return recital here he will play Beethoven Hammerklavier Sonata (one of the most difficult). More details to come.


22 October
AFFINITY COLLECTIVE PIANO TRIO
HOANG PHAM piano, KRISTAN WINTHER violin, MEE NA LOJEWSKI cello
A superb musical force with which to be reckoned, and thoroughly enjoyed. The program so far consists of Brahms Piano Trio no.2  Cmaj.  Beethoven Piano Trio op.70 no.2.  More details to come.


26 November
WILMA SMITH AND FRIENDS
Program details later, a magic group to end the year’s recitals.


 
 

Previous concerts

2 April, 2017
FIREBIRD PIANO TRIO
Benjamin Martin, piano, Josephine Vains, cello and Curt Thompson, violin, three of Australia’s most respected performers will present: Corelli Sonata arranged by Benjamin Martin, Beethoven Piano Trio No 2, Astor Piazzolla, Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.


28 May, 2017
HANNAH SHIN
Brilliant 16-year-old pianist, student of Glen Riddle at Melbourne University. She has performed worldwide, and will play an exciting programme spanning Mozart to Stravinsky. Full program details.