The Heathcliff Trio presents Beethoven’s subtle Piano Trio in E flat, followed by Korngold’s first piano trio - written when he was just 12 years old.

Ashley Tong violin
Marilies Guschlbauer cello
Jonathan Siahaan piano

Piano Trio No.6 in E flat, Op.70, No.2 (30’)
Piano Trio in D, Op.1 (31’)

The trio will be working with guest cellist Marilies Guschlbauer for this residency.

About Heathcliff Trio
Bonded by a musical consensus and shared vision, the Heathcliff Trio was founded in late 2020. It grew out of a collaboration between childhood friends Ashley Tong and Sebastian Kolin, who had studied together at the Yehudi Menuhin School, and Danish pianist Jonathan Siahaan.

They recently won first prize in the 9th International Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition (2022). The Heathcliff Trio is currently based in Copenhagen under the guidance of Tim Frederiksen at The Royal Danish Academy of Music on the Advance Postgraduate Program and is also a member of the European Chamber Music Academy.

Friday Lunchtime Concerts
Each Friday from January to March we invite you to our Friday Lunchtime Concerts on the Suffolk Coast. We offer musical delight and respite from the winter winds in the shape of performances by brilliant young ensembles from the UK and abroad. All ensembles in this series are Britten Pears Young Artists for 2023-24, and are on a Chamber Music Residency as part of the Britten Pears Young Artist Programme.

The Britten Pears Young Artist Programme is made possible with the generous support of our Trusts & Foundations and individual supporters.

General booking opens Saturday 25 November at 10am.

Advance booking for members begins on Tuesday 7 November. Find out how becoming a member both supports our work and enables you to enjoy priority booking.