The Linos Piano Trio looks forward to giving a recital in Bath’s stately Pump Room, which adjoins the historic Roman Baths. At the invitation of Bath Recital Artists’ Trust, kindly supported by the Philip Carne Trust, Linos will perform Schubert’s mighty E flat Trio as the central work in their programme on the 18th June.
Two arrangements of orchestral works complete the programme: Sally Beamish’s brilliant arrangement of Debussy’s evocative seascape, La Mer, and Paul Dukas’s famous symphonic poem Sorcerer’s Apprentice, arranged by Linos as part of their ‘Stolen Music‘ initiative.
Drawing on the rich and varied musical backgrounds of its members which include specialisms in historically informed performance, contemporary music and composition, the Linos Piano Trio has become renowned for its distinctive voice. The ensemble’s rising reputation has taken it to such prestigious venues as the Barbican and Wigmore Halls in London, Schoenberg Centre in Vienna, Cité des Arts in Paris, Holzhausenschlösschen in Frankfurt and the György Ligeti Saal in Graz. They won First Prize and Audience Prize at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2015, and have achieved recognition as an extremely dynamic and creative young chamber ensemble. The group is therefore particularly delighted to have been asked by Bath Recitals, which has staged over 536 events with young professional musicians, many from leading conservatoires both from this country and abroad who have subsequently risen to the top of their profession, to give this concert.
The evening will be made particularly special by the stunning venue, with its Corinthian columns and glittering chandelier