***REVISED WITH NEW DATES AND VENUE***
Concert Date: 13th June 2021 Time: 3pm and 5pm Venue: Lytchett Minster Parish Church, Dorchester Rd, Lytchett Minster, Poole BH16 6JE Tickets: Adults £15.00 restricted to 35 attendees per session. Limited availability Student @£5. NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE – Link to purchase tickets at top of this page or click the “Book Now” button below.
WE ARE NOW SO VERY MUCH LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING THE DISTINGUISHED “AQUINAS PIANO TRIO” after much disappointment following postpone during the COVID-19 restrictions.
If you have already purchased tickets online for the original date, Ticket Source should have already refunded to you automatically. If you have purchased via Oakley Butchers please contact us, not them, by calling 01202 695773 to request a refund.
We are delighted that one of UK’s leading piano trios, the Aquinas Trio will be here to play for us.
violin – Ruth Rogers
cello – Katherine Jenkinson
piano – Martin Cousin
“Sensational playing by the Aquinas Trio at their Sunday morning Wigmore concert: sparkling, brilliantly witty Haydn followed by voluptuously phrased Brahms. This is a terrific ensemble.” Barry Millington, Chief Music Critic, Evening Standard.
Haydn Piano Trio in G Hob XV: 15
Smetana Piano Trio in G minor Opus 15
There will not be an interval and the concert will last for approximately 1 hour.
Please kindly note that we will be following the COVID-19 regulations advised by the Government to ensure that this concert can go ahead in as safe as reasonably possible way. We have carried out risk assessments to help us achieve this and no doubt things will be a little different to usual. Please help us by being sure to follow the prevailing regulations regarding social distancing and mixing with other households and any instructions you are given by our committee on the day. Unless otherwise exempt face coverings must be worn. It is not a requirement, but if you have access to lateral flow testing it would help us protect you, our performers and volunteers if you would take that test before attending the concert. If you are feeling at all unwell with any possible COVID-19 symptoms prior to the concert please do not attend. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.
Click here to hear the Aquinas trio perform Brahms at the Wigmore Hall in 2018:
RUTH ROGERS studied with Ithak Rashkovsky and Herman Krebbers. Described as “the finest of the younger generation of violinists”(Musical Opinion)and hailed by the Guardian as “superb”, Ruth us in demand as soloist, leader and chamber musician. She worked as co-leader of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra from 2008 until 2012 and has since appeared as guest leader of any of the other major orchestras including the Hallé, BBC Philharmonic and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. Ruth also plays with the John Wilson Orchestra.
KATHERINE JENKINSON is recognised as one of the UK’s leading cellists, specialising in solo and chamber music. In 2018, Katherine had the privilege of recording a new cello concerto with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra which was written for her by the British composer, Oliver Davis. Chamber music is a key part of Katherine’s musical life. She was a founder member of The Ratio Piano Trio and was a member of the Allegri String Quartet 2008 -2011 and Luventus Quartet and Ensemble. In Contemporary music, Katherine has worked closely with composer, Avo Part, Ththony Payne, Richard Allain and Thomas Hyde. Katherine plays on an Italian cello by Taningardi made in 1703. She is grateful to the Countess of Munster for their help in the purchase and restoration of this cello.
MARTIN COUSIN is regraded as one of the most exceptional pianists of his generation, having been awarded 1st prize at the 2005 Ettore Pozzoli International Piano Competition (Seregno Italy) and Gold Medal 1t the 2003 Royal Over-Seas League Music Competition (London). Martin appears regularly at the major London musical venues and has performed as concerto soloist with the Philharmonia, London Philharmonic, Halle, Royal Philharmonic and BBS Concert Orchestras. 2006 saw the release of his debut CD of Rachmaninov’s Sonata no 1 and Morceaux de Salon with SOMM Recordings, which was selected as Classical CD of the week by the Daily Telegraph. The US magazine Fanfare added, “This is the performance of the 1st sonata that I have always heard in my head but never thought I’d actually get to hear with my ears. This guy’s the Real Deal!” Martin’s hands are also featured n the big screen in the Oscar -winning film “Shine” for the scenes involving Rachmaninov’s 3rd Concerto.
We are extremely grateful to our recent sponsors, Mr and Mrs N. Dunn, Mr and Mrs J. Dipple, and also Mr R Bagley for their support.
We are constantly monitoring the Government Covid guidelines particularly concerning music performance and so would like our audience to please study our concert risk assessment below this poster before attending this special recital. We will present music programme details nearer the time for you to print if you wish :
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