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World Premiere performed by Fidelio Trio
The ‘virtuosic Fidelio Trio’ (Sunday Times) Darragh Morgan Violin, Tim Gill Cello, Mary Dullea Piano, are delighted to give the World Premiere of A Thousand Mornings, a substantial new 14-minute work for Piano Trio by the celebrated British composer Anna Clyne, described by New York Times as a ‘composer of uncommon gifts’.
Sunday 14th November 2.30pm
Syde Manor Tithe Barn, Gloucestershire, UK
A private commission to celebrate the 60th birthdays of Penny Wright and Andrew Neubauer.
28th November 3pm Fidelio Trio Winter Chamber Music Festival, Dublin
15th January 2022 Stapleford Granary, Cambridge
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THE 9TH FIDELIO TRIO WINTER CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
Friday 26 November - Sunday 28 November 2021
The 2021 programme features premieres by Kevin Volans, Irene Buckley and Anna Clyne and a focus on Igor Stravinsky’s music to commemorate 50 years since the composer’s death.
Presented by GlasDrum and Music at DCU
DIALOGUES + EXCHANGES 2021
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY: DIALOGUES + EXCHANGES 2021 – A MUSICAL LABORATORY WHERE EXPERIMENTS CAN HAPPEN!
This is a unique, exciting and in-person opportunity for emerging or early-career composers to try out new musical material, fragments and ideas with the renowned members of the Fidelio Trio.
Musical insights will be shared by the members of the Fidelio Trio in the DIALOGUES + EXCHANGES 2021 workshop taking place as part of the Fidelio Trio’s annual Winter Chamber Music Festival in Drumcondra, Dublin.
Join the fabulous FIDELIO TRIO for their FREE online concerts from the
8th Fidelio Trio Winter Chamber Music Festival 2020
available now on YouTube now : www.fideliotriowinterfestival.org
Beethoven - Ravel - Satie / world premieres : Dave Fennessy - Robert Saxton - Josephine Stephenson - Eric Sweeney / and more
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 7 in Bb, Op 97 ‘Archduke Trio’
David Fennessy: Piano Trio no.2; In Memoriam Spencer Boney
(World premiere; commissioned by Glasdrum for Fidelio Trio with funds from Arts Council of Ireland)
Maurice Ravel: Sonata for Violin & Cello
Claude Debussy: Syrinx
Josephine Stephenson: Cut Hold for solo cello (Irish Premiere)
Eric Sweeney: Berceuse for Flute and Cello (In memory of composer Eric Sweeney, 1948-2020)
Erik Satie: Je te veux for piano trio (arr. John White; World Premiere)
César Franck: Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major
Joan Trimble: Phantasy Trio
Joan Trimble: The Coolin (for cello and piano)
Robert Saxton: Fantasy Pieces for Piano Trio
(World Premiere; a Fidelio Trio commission with generous funds from the RVW Trust)
The Fidelio Trio are joined by acclaimed violinist Philippa Mo, to explore the chamber music of Ernest Moeran, marking the 70th anniversary of his death in 1950, and a living Irish composer, Deirdre McKay. The programme encompasses some of Moeran’s most evocative chamber music and the exquisite soundworlds McKay constructs from minimal sources and materials.
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Fidelio Trio Winter Chamber Music Festival
"The Fidelio Trio’s annual Winter Chamber Music Festival is one of the hidden gems in the Irish music calendar. ... yet another outstanding festival which continues to be a model of good programming ... "
Fidelio Trio Winter Chamber Music Festival
29 Nov-1 Dec 2019
Belvedere House at DCU St. Patrick’s Campus, Dublin
From the Baltic to Beijing - Arensky - Xiaogang Ye - Rachmaninov
Moeran - Brian Irvine - Rebecca Clarke
Mozart - Mendelssohn - Chausson
Schumann - Louis Karchin - Schumann
HERE EVERYTHING SHINES
FIDELIO TRIO at VENUS UNWRAPPED AT KINGS PLACE
The FIDELIO TRIO presents an exquisite trio programme which contrasts Rebecca Clarke with her admired contemporary, Maurice Ravel, at Kings Place.
Judith Weir Piano Trio Two (2004)
Rebecca Clarke Piano Trio (1921)
Charlotte Bray Here Everything Shines (2015)
Maurice Ravel Piano Trio (1914)
As part of the North Devon Classical Festival from March 11th-17th, the Fidelio Trio are participating in several performances and masterclasses at schools in the area, as well as concerts at Birmingham's Barber Institute and the Austrian Cultural Forum in London, performing Michael Zev Gordon, and two at Barnstaple Queens Theatre with the North Devon Sinfonia, playing French piano trio music and Beethoven's Triple Concerto.
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The …virtuosic Fidelio Trio… (Sunday Times) are Darragh Morgan, violin, Adi Tal, cello and Mary Dullea, piano. Shortlisted for the 2016 Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards, the Fidelio Trio are enthusiastic champions of the piano trio genre, performing the widest possible range of repertoire on concert stages across the world; they are broadcast regularly on BBC Radio 3, RTÉ Lyric FM, WNYC, NPR and featured on Sky Arts documentaries; they have a impressive list of commissions and first performances from the leading and newest composers and have a large discography of highly acclaimed recordings.
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"Right from the gentle opening...it was obvious that a musical treat was in store —and so it proved"
"The sound of this trio is irresistable"
"Ravel’s Piano Trio was a lyric upwelling … the Fidelio players brought it off superbly, and it was a joy."
The Sunday Times
"The Fidelio Trio are dedicated to contemporary music and to commissioning new work, combining freshness with a nicely matter-of-fact approach.…were faithful to the spirit and transfigurative beauty of the music."
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The FIDELIO TRIO start their BEYOND BORDERS tour with world premiere of UP BY THE ROOTS by poet Sinéad Morrissey and composer Piers Hellawell. Supported by PRS for Music Foundation
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