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Live on BBC radio this evening

Posted by Susan Tomes on 5 May 2009 under Concerts, Florestan Trio  •  Leave a comment

If anyone would like to hear the Florestan Trio playing live on radio and chatting about its Wigmore Hall concerts this week, we’ll be on BBC Radio 3’s drive-time programme, In Tune, this evening between about 6.15-6.45pm. We’ll be playing Beethoven, Shostakovich and Haydn and talking to presenter Sean Rafferty. You can also listen via the […]

Haydn among the asparagus

Posted by Susan Tomes on 4 May 2009 under Florestan Trio, Travel  •  Leave a comment

Up at 6am to fly to Frankfurt and then on by road to the Schwetzingen Festival, where my trio is opening a series of concerts celebrating Haydn’s wonderful piano trios. Arriving suddenly in Schwetzingen on a Sunday lunchtime makes me realise that I carry my London tempo around with me, and that it grates in […]

Trio Masterclasses

Posted by Susan Tomes on 29 April 2009 under Florestan Trio  •  1 Comment

My trio has just spent two days giving masterclasses to three excellent postgraduate piano trios: the Trio Duecento Corde from Hungary, the Pescatori Trio from Germany, and the Van Halsema Trio who are currently based in London. Each year, the standard of playing seems to get higher, to the point when we’ve jokingly told some […]