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TRIO Sol

Wed Mar 26th 2014, 1:10–2:00 pm ◀ This event has finished
St. Sepulchre, the Musicians Church, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2DQ

Programme:-

Trygve Madsen (1940)
Trio, for violin, horn & piano, Op. 110
- Allegro moderato
- Andante con moto
- Allegretto

Don Banks (1923 -1980)  From Horn Trio

Lennox Berkeley (1903 - 1989)
Horn trio op. 44
- Allegro
- Lento
- Theme and variations

Artist info:-

Trio SOL was formed in 2012 by former members of the Southbank Sinfonia who share a passion for chamber music. They have been long inspired to explore this largely underused combination of instruments after they began work on Brahms’ famous trio for horn, violin and piano. Having researched at length the many unusual and colourful pieces written for horn trio, it became increasingly viable to present Trio SOL as an exciting and innovative alternative to the more common piano trio.

Trio Sol

Trio SOL have recently performed at the Norwegian Opera House in Oslo, at Leeds University’s International Concert Series and Woodford Concert Society in London. They have a huge breadth of chamber music experience to call on, each member having performed internationally. The trio have worked closely with Michael Dussek on different performance techniques and are exploring the many possibilities of established and contemporary repertoire.

David Horwich, french horn

David Horwich is a freelance horn player based in London. A busy orchestral player, he has performed with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonia, Welsh National Opera and the Symphony Orchestra of India amongst others. His work has taken him around Europe as well as further afield with recent tours to China, India and Oman. He was a member of Southbank Sinfonia for their tenth season, with whom he performed a number of times in live broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM. Also an experienced chamber musician; current engagements revolve mostly around his work as member of Trio SOL, a horn trio with whom he recently performed at the Oslo Opera House.

He received a first class honours degree from the University of Leeds, studying with Bob Ashworth and continued his studies at the Royal College of Music, where he studied with Simon Rayner, Tim Brown and Nigel Black. Throughout his time at the RCM he was generously supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council Award. Following his studies he was selected for the London Philharmonic Orchestra's Foyle's Future Firsts scheme.

Christiane Eidsten Dahl, violin

Christiane Eidsten Dahl is a Norwegian modern and baroque violinist living in London. She was a member of the London based orchestra Southbank Sinfonia for the year of 2012 and has since then performed as a freelance violinist with orchestras such as Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Manchester Camerata and Orchestra of St Pauls.

After receiving the TICON scholarship from Drammen borough in Norway, Christiane moved to London to study with prof. David Takeno at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2010. She graduated from Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, Norway the same year after completing her Undergraduate Degree in Performing Violin with prof. Geir Inge Lotsberg.

Christiane is an active baroque and classical violinist and perform regularly with The Hanover Band, La Serenissima, Norwegian Baroque Orchestra and Barokkanerne. She performed a UK premiere of the Wanhal Violin Concerto in June 2013 with Amadé Players and recorded Vivaldi Sonatas with the same group. Christiane has been taken up as a member of European Union Baroque Orchestra for the 2013 season and performed with Barokksolistene duing their production of Alcina at the Norwegian Opera and Ballet in Oslo the first months of 2014.

Chad Vindin, piano

Chad Vindin has performed extensively throughout the UK as an accompanist and chamber musician. He recently won the accompanist prize at the Maureen Lehane Vocal Competition and has given recitals in Cambridge, Leeds, and Norfolk, as well as concerts throughout London and Norway with his chamber group, Trio SOL.

He has enjoyed a long collaboration with baritone Morgan Pearse, accompanying his gold-medal winning performance at the Royal Overseas League Competition and more recently in the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition.He is a founding member of the Sydney Chamber Opera Company and performed with OperaUpClose last year in their Olivier Award-winning production of La Bohème.  He is also an avid orchestral musician, having performed with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Sinfonia’s Education and Discovery Programs, working with Richard Gill, Brett Dean and Edo de Waart.

Chad is now in his second year of the postgraduate accompaniment programme at the Royal Academy of Music. He studies with Michael Dussek and Malcolm Martineau, and is generously supported by the Leverhulme Trust and the Ian Potter Cultural Trust.

Venue: St. Sepulchre, the Musicians Church

St. Sepulchre, The Musicans Church

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St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, also known as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Holborn), is an Anglican church in the City of London. It is located on Holborn Viaduct, almost opposite the Old Bailey. In medieval times it stood just outside ("without") the now-demolished old city wall, near the Newgate. It has been a living of St John's College, Oxford, since 1622.

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