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Illuminate at Royal Holloway: Trio Sonorité

Illuminate at Royal Holloway: Trio Sonorité

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  • Date 12 Feb 2023
  • Time 3.00pm - 5.00pm
  • Category Music and performance

International Concert Series 2022-23

Founded in 2017, Trio Sonorité - Neyire Ashworth (clarinet; guest player), Daryl Giuliano (cello), and Jelena Makarova (piano) - have appeared in recitals for Piano Trio Society, Square Mile Concert Series in London City, King’s Lynn Music Society and live performance and interview as part of Classic Women Future Awards.

As well as performing music of a more traditional nature, the unique combination of clarinet, cello, and piano enables the Trio to explore new horizons performing lesser-known repertoire of works by 20th and 21st century composers. This includes world-premiere performances, cross-arts collaborations and performing less familiar to the audiences works by female composers, which have been historically underrepresented.

We are excited to welcome them to Royal Holloway for this afternoon concert, in partnership with Illuminate Women's Music, shining a light on the work of women composers and performers.

Event programme 

Sylvia Lim: left detail for piano trio (2022-23)                                       
Vinthya Perinpanathan: Varshini for piano trio (2022-3)   
Louise Farrenc (1804-1875): Excerpts from Trio in E♭, Op. 44 for piano trio (1861) 
Georgina Sánchez Torres: Pregón de danza for clarinet and cello (2008)
Errollyn Wallen: Dervish for piano and cello (2001)   
Stephanie Ann Boyd: Auctumnus for piano trio (2023)
Kristina Arakelyan: Two pieces for clarinet, cello and piano (2022)           
I.               Song Without Words
II.              Burlesque
Angela Elizabeth Slater: Tangled breath in winter air for piano trio (2022-3)       
I.               Breathe
II.              Inhale
III.            Exhale

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Booking is essential


Ticket prices are £12.50 (standard); £10.00 (Concession; over 60s); £5.00 for Royal Holloway alumni and non-Royal Holloway students; FREE for Royal Holloway students, Royal Holloway staff and children under the age of 16. Season Tickets apply to this event.

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