Music atT ST MARY'S PPerivale

 

Wednesday May 1st 7.30 pm

Noemi Gyori (flute) Dinara Klinton (piano)


Schubert: Sonata in A minor D 821 ‘Arpeggione'

Doppler: Hungarian Pastoral Fantasy Op 26

Coco Tomita (violin) Kan Tomita (piano)

Bach: Partita no 3 in E BWV 1006

Hubay: Carmen Fantasie Brillante Op 3

Mozart: Violin Sonata in G K 301

Ravel: Tzigane


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dmission free with retiring collection. No tickets issued beforehand

Noémi Gyori (flute) is from Hungary, and graduated with honors from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in 2007 and then completed post graduate study in Vienna and Munich. She gave her Carnegie Hall debut in October 2011 as a First Prize Winner of the Alexander Buono International Flute Competition and was also recently awarded the European Cultural Prize for Young Artists. Besides being very active as a soloist and chamber musician, Noemi is regularly playing as a guest in outstanding orchestras such as the BBC Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (Vienna State Opera). She was recently appointed to lead her own flute studio at the Junior department of the Royal Northern College of Music. She has given masterclasses in Georgia, Germany, Switzerland and Taiwan. Noémi Gyori plays a 14K gold LaFin headjoint sponsored by the Solti Foundation and a 14K gold Miyazawa Boston flute provided exclusively for her.

Dinara Klinton was born in Ukraine in 1989 and studied at the Moscow State Conservatory, where she graduated with honours, and the Royal College of Music where she gained her Master of Performance degree with distinction. She has won many awards in prestigious international competitions, including 3rd prize at the BNDES International Piano Competition in Brazil (2014), 2nd Prize at the 9th International Paderewski Competition in Poland (2013), Grand Prix at the Berne Interlaken Classics International Piano Competition (2010) and 2nd Prize at the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition in Bolzano, Italy (2007) etc. She also received the Diploma for the best semi-finalist at the XVII International Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2015) She has performed all over the globe in prestigious venues, and has a considerable reputation as an outstanding young pianist.

Coco Tomita (violin) was born in Japan in 2002 and began to play the violin when she was four years old. She became a pupil of Professor Natasha Boyarsky when she was six, and in 2012 she was awarded a place at the Yehudi Menuhin School (YMS). She has won various prizes at international competitions including Golde Medal at the “Vienna International Music Competition 2019”, 3rd Prize in the Junior section of the “Andrea Postacchini International Violin Competition” (Italy) and 1st prize at the “Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra Young Soloist Competition 2017”. She was also shortlisted to take part in the“Menuhin competition” in London 2016 and the “Paganini Competition” in Genoa in 2018 as the youngest competitor. She has performed widely throughout the UK and Europe, and will be making her Wigmore Hall debut this year.

Kan Tomita (piano) is from Japan, and made his concerto debut at the Royal Festival Hall at the age of 15. He became the first Japanese musician to be awarded the Parnell Pianist in Association Junior Fellowship at the Royal College of Music. where he worked as an assistant to the Head of Keyboard and as an accompanist from 2005 until 2007. He also became an assistant teacher at the Mozarteum International Summer Academy in Salzburg in 2007. He now teaches privately and holds a teaching post at Thomas's School in London. He is Coco Tomita's father.

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