Chamber Music Weekend
‘The sense of joy in music making is a hallmark of Seraphim Trio’s playing.’
Since winning the Piano Trio Prize and the Audience Choice Award at the Australian National Chamber Music Competition, Seraphim Trio has become one of Australia’s finest and most beloved ensembles. The trio collaborates regularly with Australia’s leading musicians, and maintains a robust commissioning program.
This concert continues the Festival’s celebration of 250 years since the birth of the great iconoclast Beethoven. The Seraphim Trio perform Beethoven’s monumental Piano Trio Op 97. The Archduke, paired with Richard Mills’ beautifully evocative Portraits & Memories.
ViolinHelen AyresCelloTim NankervisPianoAnna Goldsworthy
Over the last two decades Helen Ayres, Anna Goldsworthy and Tim Nankervis have remained steadfastly committed to chamber music – from building the contemporary repertoire, to developing new audiences and teaching the next generation of performers. Alongside Thirteen Ways to Look at Birds, other highlights for 2019 included the release of a CD set celebrating the history of the piano trio for ABC Classics The Trio Through Time and a tour for the Australian National Academy of Music with violist Martin Alexander. In January 2020 Seraphim take up their fifth residency at Epsom House, Tasmania, for a weekend feast of chamber music with Sydney Symphony Concertmaster Andrew Haveron. In Perth Seraphim are also delighted to be performing a new piano trio by Australia's own Richard Mills, alongside Beethoven's beloved Archduke Trio.
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Sun 16 Feb
Eligible for package discount