Music atT ST MARY'S PPerivale


Wednesday October 11th 7.30 pm

Kamila Bydlowska (violin) Lucy Colquhoun (piano)

Saint-Saens: Violin sonata in D minor Op 75

Frolov: Fantasy on Gershwin's ‘Porgy and Bess'

The Opal Piano Trio

Eriko Nagayama (violin)
Joel Siepmann (cello)
Yi-Shing Cheng (piano)


Beethoven: Piano trio in E flat Op 70 no 2

Brahms: Piano trio in C minor Op 101

Admission free with retiring collection. No tickets issued beforehand

Polish violinist Kamila Bydlowska recently graduated from the Royal College of Music with an Artist Diploma in Performance. She previously studied at Indiana University ON a full scholarship . Kamila has won prizes at numerous competitions including the National Society of Arts and Letters Competition in Bloomington and the Matinee Musicale Competition in Indianapolis (USA),the Premio Citta di Padova in Italy and chamber music competitions in Croatia, Germany and Slovenia. She is also a winner of the the Ealing Festival Concerto Competition, London. Performances as a soloist and a chamber musician include: the Walt Disney Hall in Los Angeles, St. James's Piccadilly, the National Gallery, St Martin-in-the Fields, Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Center, the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall, Victoria& Albert Museum, Stainway Hall in London. A winner of multiple awards, she is the recipient of the Ministry of Culture of Poland scholarship, Richard Carne Trust, American Music Fraternity ‘ Mu Phi Epsilon', Anna Sosenko Trust (USA ) Adam Mickiewicz Institute(Poland). She received Artistic Excellence Award from Indiana University. As a soloist she performed in Austria, Canada, Croatia,France,Germany,Italy,Poland, Sicilly,Slovenia, UK, USA.

Lucy Colquhoun studied with Roger Vignoles at the RCM where she won all the major prizes for piano accompaniment. She previously studied at the Royal Northern College of Music where she won the RJ Forbes Prize for piano Accompaniment. She is a Britten-Pears Young Artist, a Park Lane Group young artist and a Making Music Concert Promoters Group Selected Artist. Recent and forthcoming performances include St-James's-Piccadilly, the National Gallery, St-Martin-in-the-Fields, the Royal Albert Hall Elgar Room and the Purcell Room. She is supported by a Kendall-Taylor Award, a Douglas-and-Hilda-Simmonds-Award and the Honourable Society of the Knights of the Round Table.

Eriko Nagayama was born in Japan in 1993, and is currently studying as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy of Music. She won first prize and also the Jean Schmidt prize for outstanding musicianship at the International Yokohama Music Competition in 2015. Recent performances include Bruch's Scottish Fantasy op.46 with Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra at the Rising Star Concert Series of Japan Performance Federation, and a programme of Chausson's Poème and Franck's Violin Sonata at the YAMAHA Music Foundation Concert. As a chamber musician she has performed at various venues including Suntory Hall, after winning full scholarships from the Suntory Hall Chamber Music Academy for two years. Eriko is generously supported by the Yellow Angel Foundation in Japan.

Joel Siepmann was born in 1990 in Tübingen (Germany) where he started taking cello lessons aged 6. From October 2011 until July 2015 he was student of Christoph Richter at the Folkwang University of Arts in Essen where he passed his Bachelor degree with distinction. Additionally he took part in masterclasses and had lessons with Steven Isserlis, Lynn Harrell and David Geringas amongst others. In September 2016 he started his Postgraduate studies with Guy Johnston at the Royal Academy of Music in London generously sponsored by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

Yi-Shing Cheng is from Taiwan, and has been based in London since 2014, and gained her Master's degree with distinction from the Royal Academy of Music. She is now studying for the Professional Diploma there, under the tutelage of Michael Dussek. Yi-Shing was the winner of the Wilfrid Parry Prize Brahms duo competition in 2016 and the winner of Rex Stephans Schumann Lieder Accompanist Prize in 2017. Recent performance highlights include a concert of Bach sonatas for violin and piano at the Royal Academy of Music, a live performance on BBC radio 3 and a song concert at Wigmore Hall.

 

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