A second programme of distinctive and beautiful works including an unusual Liszt arrangement and, following last week, another trio by Dvořák.

Henze’s Chamber Sonata shows the energy and vigour of his early compositions, and in fifteen short minutes skips through a multitude of fleeting colours. Tristia is an arrangement for trio of Lizst’s Vallée d'Obermann, the sixth piece of Liszt's collection for solo piano, Années de Pèlerinage, and has been described as “reminding us of the deeply human and tormented nature of a composer haunted by death and who, more than any other, was capable of expressing its icy smile”. Dvořák’s fourth trio is among his most famous works and takes its inspiration from the Ukrainian dumka, an epic ballad.

Karolína Františová piano
Filip Zaykov
Vilém Petras

Kammersonate (15’)
Tristia for Piano Trio, S. 378c (after La Valée d’Obermann) (16’)
Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor “Dumky” (30’)

About Trio Incendio
Founded in 2016, Trio Incendio has quickly established itself as a distinctive young European ensemble and it has already performed in some of the finest European venues including Wigmore Hall, Philharmonie Berlin, and Rudolfinum in Prague.

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.

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