Laura van der Heijden (cello)
Martyn Jackson (violin)
Peter Limonov (piano)
This concert will be a rare opportunity to hear three very talented young musicians.
Their programme comprises Schubert, Piano Trio No 1 in B flat major, Op.99, D896, a major work for piano trio completed in 1828 in the last year of the composer’s life;
and Brahms, Piano Trio No.1 in B Major, Op. 8, also major in scope, composed in Brahms’ youth and revised in later life.
Laura van der Heijden (www.lauravanderheijden.org)
Winner of the BBC Young Musician of the Year in 2012, Laura van der Heijden has already achieved an international reputation. Her first public performance was at the age of 9, since when she has won many awards in the UK and internationally, while studying at the Royal College of Music Junior department.
“At just 19, this tremendously charismatic performer displayed a confidence and artistry far greater than her years, delivering a rich, treacly tone warmed with a robust vibrato’, Limelight, April 2016.
“A completely extraordinary performance of incredible creative intensity” Nicholas Daniel, BBC3 Radio
A graduate of the Royal College of Music, Martyn Jackson has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe and the Middle East, and has frequently served as assistant concertmaster of the London Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
‘One of the most exceptionally gifted violinists I have ever encountered’ - Ida Haendel.
Born in Moscow, Peter Limonov started playing the piano at the age of 5. After studying in Moscow and Paris, he secured funding to study at the Royal Academy of Music and made his first Cadogan Hall performance in 2013. He now performs internationally both as pianist and as conductor.
'Artistic, mature and utterly compelling playing’ - Carole Presland, Royal Academy of Music.
Egerton Millennium Hall. £15.00 (£13.50 for Friends)
This event is sponsored by
Kent County Council Local Member Grant