The Linos Piano Trio looks forward to returning for a performance at Conway Hall Sunday Concerts this Sunday, their fifth time in five years.
Conway Hall presents its 2020 Autumn Season as a COVID-secure venue, offering tickets for in-person attendance (subject to Government guidance), as well as streaming all their concerts via YouTube Live. Their state-of-the-art livestream equipment will provide the very best in audio and visual quality to live-stream ticket holders.
In line with Conway Hall’s central ethos of “affordable classical music for all”, the concert series has a low admission price thanks to the support of Conway Hall Ethical Society, an independent charity. Ticket buyers are also invited to make a donation if they are able, and any funds raised will be used to “support the continuation of the series, providing a platform for established chamber groups as well as giving a springboard to the next generation of young artists to make their mark on the classical music stage”.
The Linos Piano Trio will perform C. P. E. Bach’s Piano Trio in D major, Wq. 89, no. 6, which they also recorded for their disc of the complete piano trios of C. P. E. Bach, released on the Avi Music label in May of this year. Their programme will also feature Brahms’s last trio, the Piano Trio in C minor, op. 101, Linos’s own arrangement of Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, and Kaija Saariaho’s trio Light and Matter, written in 2014 “in New York, while watching from my window the changing light and colors of Morningside Park… that continuous transformation of light on the glinting leaves and the immobile trunks of the solid trees became the inspiration…”.
Tickets are available in advance via the Conway Hall website for as little as £10, or free for those aged 8-25 (thanks to the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust).
Grieg Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, op. 46, arr. Linos Piano Trio
Saariaho Light and Matter
C. P. E. Bach Piano Trio in D major, Wq. 89, no. 6
Brahms Piano Trio in C minor, op. 101