Presented by Musica Viva Australia
When is a trio not just a trio? When it is this one, comprising three stellar soloists. In their Southern Hemisphere debut, the matchless combined talents of Nicola Benedetti, Leonard Elschenbroich and Alexei Grynyuk will light up the stage. This is chamber music made by an A-team of young guns; and played with love, because they insist on making room for its presence in their busy solo schedules.
Given who they are, this ensemble’s program is more than just trios. Instead, it offers a diversity of forms, and a chance to better appreciate each performer, in works for accompanied violin and cello. However, their joy in playing in threes shines through in this arresting end to the Musica Viva season with great masterworks of the trio repertoire by Ravel, Prokofiev and Kerry.
Approx. finish time: 9:30pm
PROKOFIEV Cello Sonata
PROKOFIEV Violin Sonata no 2
Gordon KERRY Piano Trio no 2 Im Winde
RAVEL Piano Trio
PRE-CONCERT TALK 6:45PM
Prior to the concert, join fellow music lovers and discover some of the intricate moments within the evening's program.
ADDITIONAL TICKETING INFORMATION
UNDER 30 AND STUDENT RUSH TICKETS
- Under 30 tickets are $30 for anyone aged 30 years and under for Musica Viva concerts. A valid proof of ID must be presented.
- $15 Student Rush tickets are available at the box office an hour before each concert. A valid full-time student ID card must be presented upon purchase to receive the discount.
Concessions apply to full-time mature age students, means-tested Australian pensioners (Aged, Disability, Veteran’s Affairs and Supporting Parent), Seniors Card Holders WITH a government health care card, and all other Health Care card holders.
10% discount applies to the subscribers of the following:
- Musica Viva Australia
- West Australian Symphony Orchestra
- Black Swan State Theatre Company
- WA Opera
- WA Ballet
- St Georges Cathedral Concert Series
Please call Box Office on 9231 9999 or visit us in person to take advantage of this special offer. ID must be presented when collecting tickets.
A 'Grab and Go' menu will be available pre-show at this event.
Meals you will often find at this station range from curries, braises, gourmet burgers and substantial salads, right through to lighter options as sushi, special fries and gourmet pies.
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Please note starting Friday 23 March 2018 - 30 mins prior to performances, the Box Office will only be available for sales to that night's performance.
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