Trio Shaham Erez Wallfisch – Cancelled
  • Friday 25 September 2020, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £17-£11
Book tickets

Founded in 2009, Trio Shaham Erez Wallfisch comprises three of the finest international instrumentalists performing today.

Their performance includes one of Dvořák’s most famous pieces – the ‘Dumky’ trio, Beethoven’s Kakadu Variations (Kakadu being the German word for Cockatoo), and Arensky’s first Piano Trio, written for renowned Russian cellist, Karl Davydov.

Trio Shaham Erez Wallfisch – Cancelled
  • Friday 25 September 2020, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £17-£11
Book tickets

Programme

Programme

Beethoven: Piano Trio in B flat major, Op. 11 ‘Gassenhauer’ (1797)
Arensky: Piano Trio No. 1 in D major, Op. 32 (1894)
intermission
Schubert: ‘Sonatensatz‘ in B flat major, D28 (1812)
Dvorák: Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90 ‘Dumky’ (1891)

Founded in 2009, Trio Shaham Erez Wallfisch comprises three of the finest international instrumentalists performing today.

Their performance includes one of Dvořák’s most famous pieces – the ‘Dumky’ trio, Beethoven’s Kakadu Variations (Kakadu being the German word for Cockatoo), and Arensky’s first Piano Trio, written for renowned Russian cellist, Karl Davydov.

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