Wednesday June 17th 7.30 pm
Yuliya Ostapchuk (violin) Luka Gliozzi (piano)
Brahms: Violin sonata in D minor Op 108
Chausson: Poème Op 25
Joanna Patrick (viola) Matt Glendening (clarinet) Tony Fallone (piano)
Mozart: Piano trio in E flat K498 ‘Kegelstatt'
Schumann: Märchenerzählungen Op 132
Admission free with retiring collection. No tickets issued beforehand
Yuliya Ostapchuk was born in the Ukraine and studied in Lviv. When aged 12 she joined the Purcell School. She has been a laureate and diploma holder of several international competitions in countries such as Ukraine, Czech Republic, Russia, Italy, Austria and Slovakia, and has participated in many masterclasses. She won the concerto prize at the Ealing Festival in May 2013. She won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music in September 2017, where she now studies.
Luca Gliozzi is an Italian pianist who studied at the State Conservatory “Ottorino Respighi” in Latina and is now studying at the Royal Academy of Music. He won four 1st prizes in International Piano Competition “Lia Tortora” (2008, Latina), National Piano Competition “Città di Rocchetta”, (2009, Rocchetta al Volturno), European Music Competition “Città di Moncalieri”, (2011 Moncalieri) and National Piano Competition “Pietro Montani” (2015, Lodi). Luca's most notable appearances include concerts in Wigmore Hall's “Learning season”, “Società Umanitaria dei Concerti” in Milan, “Festival Pontino di Musica” in Latina and “Ciampi Pianoforti” in Rome.
Trio Alma is a London-based clarinet, viola and piano trio formed at the Royal College of Music in 2017: Joanna Patrick - viola; Matt Glendening - clarinet; and Tony Fallone - piano. As individuals they have performed in venues across the UK and Europe, including Wigmore Hall, King's Place, Purcell Room, Herkulesaal in Munich, Stiftung Mozarteum, as well as having performed with orchestras including the BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Aurora Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. They all enjoy a varied career consisting of chamber, solo and orchestral performance, with the trio being a significant part of this. As a group they have performed in venues across the UK, including performances at St James' Piccadilly, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Banstead Arts Festival Society and Reigate Festival, as well as in Europe.
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