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This delightful season opener presents a fascinating glimpse of how three important composers of the first half of the 20th century – Bloch, Turina and Shostakovich – re-imagined the piano trio in these powerful ‘miniatures’. All composed within 19 years of each other and from vastly different European cultures, they contrast and complement the highly developed piano trio format produced by Schubert 100 years earlier at the end of the Classical Era and on the cusp of the Romantic. Susie Park and Julian Smiles join Kathryn Selby in this program filled with pathos, song and passion.

(Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions and uncertainty of border closures, Susie Park is replacing originally scheduled Natsuko Yoshimoto for this tour.) 

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Details correct at the time of publication

  • Ernest Bloch
    Three Nocturnes
    Joaquín Turina
    Circulo, Op.91
    Dmitri Shostakovich
    Piano Trio Op.8, No.1
    Franz Schubert
    Piano Trio No.1 in B-flat major, Op.99 D.898

  • Susie Park
    Julian Smiles
    Kathryn Selby