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  Judith Weir Concert 23 May  Quaver at 11:27 on 07 May 2007
 

Judith Weir



Just to let you know, Judith Weir's Piano Trio (1998 so not 'new' will be performed at the Wigmore Hall on Wednesday 23rd May 2007 at 7:30pm.

Fujita Piano Trio Recital

Beethoven Piano Trio Op.1 No.1
Shostakovich Trio No.1
Judith Weir Piano Trio
Ravel Piano Trio in A minor

Tickets 10 14 18 22

Telephone Booking: 020 7935 2141
Online Booking: http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/concerts/concert_details.cfm?e=33997
Fujita Piano Trio website:www.fujitapianotrio.com

Don't miss this!


The Strad, September 2000 (review of The Fujita Piano Trio Purcell Room concert)

"The concert was enjoyable, the three players - Arisa on violin, Honoka on cello and Megumi on piano - proving to be accomplished musicians who chose to play the whole programme from memory.

The concert opened with Judith Weir's Piano Trio, a work in which all three parts seem equally important. The first movement pitted a solo line against a two-voice accompaniment, giving all three players a chance to demonstrate their ability, while the second was more animated. The third movement made use of imitative textures, evocative in places of both Faure and Bach, the trio adapted well to both styles.

Ravel's A minor Piano Trio is a virtuosic work and seemed ideally suited to this group.
The players showed good use of dynamics throughout, with a crescendo to fortissimo in the third
And fourth movements that almost shook the auditorium"



  Re: Judith Weir Concert 23 May  David Bruce at 09:30 on 08 May 2007
 

Thanks for posting this - you can also add it to our concert listings section - go to
http://www.compositiontoday.com/concerts/
and click add my concert listing


  Re: Judith Weir Concert 23 May  Quaver at 19:51 on 11 May 2007
 

Thank you! I have added the concert!