Ludwig van Beethoven - String Trio No. 5 in C minor, Op.9, No.3
i Allegro con spirito
ii Adagio con espressione
iii Scherzo: Allegro molto e vivace
iv Finale: Presto
Joseph Haydn - Sonata in E-flat major, Hob VI:5
iii Tempo di menuet, variazione
Ernő Dohnányi - Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op.10
i Marcia: Allegro
ii Romanza: Adagio non troppo
iii Scherzo: Vivace
iv Tema con variazioni: Andante con moto
v Rondo (Finale): Allegro vivace
Meet the Artists
British-Ukranian violinist Roman Lytwyniw is a versatile chamber musician, orchestral player and soloist. He has performed a wide range of repertoire at most major concert halls in the UK including the Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and Royal Albert Hall as well as a recent Mandolin debut at the Mariinsky Concert Hall in St. Petersburg. Roman recently lead a tour of the UK and abroad with guitarist Miloš Karadaglič and Ensemble7. Together they performed for BBC, Classic FM, Warwick Arts Centre, Dubai Opera House and Aix-en-Provence. He also recently gave the UK premiere of Steven Gerber’s Three Songs Without Words for the London Sinfonietta Wednesday Premiere Series. As an ambassador for Future Talent, Roman has also lead a string quintet performing at Buckingham Palace. Born in Manchester, Roman attended Chetham’s School of Music and has just graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London having studied with So-Ock Kim and Joshua Fisher.
French Catalan cellist Marie Bitlloch is a member of the acclaimed Elias String Quartet, who perform extensively in the UK, Europe, US and Australia. Marie studied at Perpignan Conservatoire, Paris Conservatoire and RNCM in Manchester, with Michel Lefort, Philippe Muller and Ralph Kirshbaum. She won numerous prizes including second prize at the Adam competition in New Zealand, jury’s prize at the Bach Competition in Leipzig, the Muriel Taylor Scholarship, and an incentive grant at the Pierre Fournier award. For three years she was a laureate of the Natexis Foundation, Banque Populaire, who helped her with her musical projects. Marie is one of the artistic directors at the Festival & Rencontres de Musique de Chambre du Larzac. She plays on an anonymous eighteen century Italian cello.
Born in 1995, Oscar Holch is a London based Violist who is currently a fellow at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama where he studies with David Takeno. A versatile and communicative musician, he is establishing himself in a variety of musical styles ranging from historical performance to contemporary music with a particular focus on chamber music. He has appeared at chamber music festivals around the UK and in Europe including the Cowbridge, Beaminster, Ryedale, Monteleón Fundación and Vilalte festivals and has performed as part of the Leeds International Lunchtime Concert Series. After winning their annual Apprentice-competition in February 2018, he performed alongside the Edinburgh Quartet during the 2018/19 season. He has appeared several times on BBC Radio 3, performing the music of British composer Colin Matthews and most recently as part of a BBCSO Total Immersion Concert. Whilst studying he was generously supported by the Leo Birnbaum Scholarship Trust and the Countess of Munster Musical Trust and he is grateful to The Cherubim Music Trust for the loan of his instrument.
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