Young Artists’ Platform: Royal College of Music

Young Artists’ Platform: Royal College of Music

40 Brunswick Square London WC1N 1AZ
07 Oct 2021
  • Music
Listen to a lunchtime concert of music connected to the Museum’s stories, performed by the Chloé Piano Trio.

13:00 | Free with Museum Admission

Hear the talented Chloé Piano Trio (Maria Gîlicel, Jobine Siekman and George Todica) perform a programme specially chosen to connect with the Museum’s stories, including Haydn’s Piano Trio in E-flat Major, No. 45, and work by female composers Rebecca Clarke and Kelly-Marie Murphy.

The Chloé Piano Trio (Maria Gîlicel, Jobine Siekman and George Todica) was formed in 2017 by talented emerging musicians at the Royal College of Music, London. The trio has performed across the UK and abroad (France and Switzerland), including at London venues, Charlton House, Royal Academy of Arts, Champs Hill (Sussex), Austrian Cultural Forum, Lichfield Festival, Banstead Arts Festival and Hargrave Festival, to name a few. Last July they also performed at the Ticino Musica Festival in Lugano, Switzerland. Other recent highlights were performances at the Elgar Room (Royal Albert Hall) and a performance for HRH Prince Charles during his President Visit at the Royal College of Music.

Programme

Haydn – Piano Trio in E-flat Major, No. 45

Rebecca Clarke – Piano Trio

Kelly – Marie Murphy – Give Me Phoenix Wings To Fly