Sitkovetsky Trio
  • Monday 22 November 2021, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27 - £11
Book tickets

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

In partnership with The Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

The Sitkovetsky Trio has established itself as an exceptional piano trio. The musicians include violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky, pianist Wu Qian and German-Korean cellist Isang Enders. Their thoughtful and committed approach has brought the ensemble critical acclaim and invitations to top concert halls around the world, such as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Frankfurt Alte Oper, Palais des Beaux Arts, Musée du Louvre, l’Auditori Barcelona, Wigmore Hall, and Lincoln Center.

With countless solo prizes to their names, the music-making of the Sitkovetsky Trio is little short of miraculous. In their hands the piano trio becomes a miniature orchestra, making huge worlds of colour and texture from their personal, intimate musical format. Their Stoller Hall concert promises to be no different, with a wonderful programme of Schumann, Arensky and Tchaikovsky.

Sitkovetsky Trio website

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society website

Founded in 1936, this is The Manchester Chamber Concerts Society’s 85th season in Manchester and the first full season to be based at The Stoller Hall. As well as tickets being available for individual Manchester Chamber Concerts Society events, a 30% discount will be automatically applied if you purchase the full season. Explore the Autumn Season here.


We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to The Stoller Hall and have a range of safety measures in place. You can explore our See it Safely measures here.

Sitkovetsky Trio
  • Monday 22 November 2021, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27 - £11
Book tickets

Programme:
SCHUMANN Fantasiestücke, Op.88 
ARENSKY Piano Trio 
INTERVAL
TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Trio 

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

In partnership with The Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

The Sitkovetsky Trio has established itself as an exceptional piano trio. The musicians include violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky, pianist Wu Qian and German-Korean cellist Isang Enders. Their thoughtful and committed approach has brought the ensemble critical acclaim and invitations to top concert halls around the world, such as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Frankfurt Alte Oper, Palais des Beaux Arts, Musée du Louvre, l’Auditori Barcelona, Wigmore Hall, and Lincoln Center.

With countless solo prizes to their names, the music-making of the Sitkovetsky Trio is little short of miraculous. In their hands the piano trio becomes a miniature orchestra, making huge worlds of colour and texture from their personal, intimate musical format. Their Stoller Hall concert promises to be no different, with a wonderful programme of Schumann, Arensky and Tchaikovsky.

Sitkovetsky Trio website

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society website

Founded in 1936, this is The Manchester Chamber Concerts Society’s 85th season in Manchester and the first full season to be based at The Stoller Hall. As well as tickets being available for individual Manchester Chamber Concerts Society events, a 30% discount will be automatically applied if you purchase the full season. Explore the Autumn Season here.


We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to The Stoller Hall and have a range of safety measures in place. You can explore our See it Safely measures here.

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