Aquinas Piano Trio and Rebecca Low (Viola)
Friday 20 September - Stratford Play house
Ticket Price: £15.00 (students £5)
In another + 1 recital, the highly acclaimed piano trio add a viola to perform one of Mozart’s greatest and most original pieces of chamber music – with this work he created the genre – and finish Schumann’s utterly joyful companion piece.
Piano Quartet in G minor K 478
Piano Quartet in E flat major
“Accomplished, artistic, assured – these three words alone would warrant the Aquinas Piano Trio its triple-A rating”. The Plymouth Herald
Aquinas Piano Trio
The Aquinas Piano Trio has established itself over the last five years as one of Britain’s most sought-after chamber groups and described by Gramophone as “spot-on in interpretative instinct”. They had their Wigmore Hall debut in 2015 and since then, their list of recordings has grown. They have performed at many recitals both in the UK and abroad.
Becky Low (viola) studied violin with Eta Cohen. Eta was a great inspiration and it was during a chamber music lesson that Becky first discovered a love for the viola, particularly as part of a string quartet. Becky was the leader of the National Youth Chamber Orchestra. In 1988 Becky won a place at the prestigious Yehudi Menuhin School where she enjoyed a huge amount of chamber music and studied with Mauricio Fuks and Simon Rolland-Jones. She went on to study at The Royal Academy of Music and while still a student she started her first professional position with the Scottish Ensemble and began freelancing in London. Becky enjoys a wide and varied career playing in small chamber orchestras, notably playing with The London Chamber Orchestra at the Royal Wedding!
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Patron: Henry Seymour, 9th Marquess of Hertford • President: John Lill CBE
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