Larkhall Trio comes to Norwich 27 May 2016

Emre

London-based Larkhall Trio continues its recital series in Norwich.
Assembly House, Theatre Street,Norwich

Friday 27th MAY 2016 19:30

Programme
Faure Pavane, Op. 50
Beethoven Trio in E-flat major, Op. 1 No. 1

– Interval – 

Mendelssohn Trio in D minor, Op. 49

TICKETS: £12.50 (General Admission), £10 (Student)
BOX OFFICE: 01603 598688
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About LARKHALL TRIO:

The Larkhall Trio is a London-based classical piano trio formed in 2015. Its members are pianist Emre Oztek, violinist Roberta Cannas and cellist Oda Matilda Lundin. Specialising in the classical and romantic eras, the trio regularly performs throughout the UK and Europe. Larkhall Trio commences their 2016 concert series witha recital at the renowned Fairfield Halls.

Emre Oztek, a native of Cyprus, started his piano studies at the age of nine. At 16, he was named a Fulbright Scholar and moved to the USA to pursue an undergraduate degree at Grinnell College where he continued his studies with Prof. Patrice Ewoldt and

Prof. Eugene Gaub. Oztek won both of Grinnell’s music competitions, and received the Hill Award for Musical Excellence and the Curd Award for Outstanding Instrumentalists. He then received a full scholarship to study under Canadian pianist Prof. Michael Kim at Lawrence University Conservatory of Music where he won numerous awards and competitions including Commencement Competition ’07. After graduating with high honours in the Dean’s List, Oztek moved to London to pursue a Master’s degree in piano performance at Trinity College of Music under the guidance of Prof. Mikhail Kazakevich. In his first year, he received the Alfred Kitchin and the Beverly Creed Scholarships. Since the completion of his Master's studies, Oztek leads a busy teaching schedule, and continues an active performing career as a soloist and chamber musician.

Roberta Cannas, originally from Italy, began her music education at the age of 8. At the age of 11 she began studying at the Conservatoire of Music of Cagliari where she was awarded a Masters Degree in Violin with Distinction in 2005. Roberta moved to London in 2006 where she studied privately with Russian soloist Professor Lydia Mordkovitch until 2009. The recipient of a full scholarship, in 2011 she completed a Master of Arts in Performance and the LRAM Teaching Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music studying with Professors Joshua Fisher and Mayumi Fujikawa. Roberta has done freelance work with Welsh National Opera and the Orchestra della Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia (Rome) and has been invited to perform with the Orchestra del Teatro la Fenice (Venice) and Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale RAI (Turin). Active in education Roberta has taken part in outreach work with Spitalfields music and is also a committed teacher.

Oda Matilda Lundin was born in Stockholm in 1989. She started to play the cello when she was nine years old. Matilda did her Bachelor of Music with Ola Karlsson and Elemér Lavotha at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and her Master's at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Josephine Knight. Matilda has participated in master classes with renowned cellists such as Truls Mork and Frans Helmerson. Matilda is currently working as a cello teacher in London and performing with the Larkhall Trio.

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