Trio Tritium

Venue Great Hall

Running time 50

Artists: Jernej Albreht clarinet, Lydia Hillerudh cello, Joseph Havlat piano

Prices

Tickets £10 | Students and U16 £5

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Next date 20th August 5:15 pm

About this event

Formed at the Royal Academy of Music, the Tritium Trio is a truly multinational ensemble, comprising Slovenian clarinettist Jernej Albreht, Swedish cellist Lydia Hillerudh, and Australian pianist Joseph Havlat.

Eleanor Alberga Duo from Dancing with the Shadow
Brett Dean Night Window
Brahms Clarinet Trio in A minor Op.114

The award-winning young clarinet trio make their debut in this imaginative programme. The foremost desire of the group is to explore repertoire other than pieces typically played by this ensemble type – in particular the clarinet trios of Beethoven and Brahms – in order, as they say rather modestly, ‘to make rehearsals and performances as refreshing and enlightening as possible, for both the trio and any audience they may have.’

Don’t miss:
Joseph Havlat playing Czech piano music, 12 August
Trio Tritium taking part in Dartington’s New Music, 21 August
Joseph Havlat improvising to Summer School archive film, 21 August
Trio Tritium and Heat Quartet in New Chamber Music, 24 August

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