Ensemble Liverpool Lunchtime Trio Recital, Thursday 18 December 2008,Bootle Town Hall

Ensemble Liverpool, in association with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Sefton Council, presents a lunchtime recital on Thursday 18 December ’08 of Piano Trios by Joseph Haydn and Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky, in Bootle Town Hall. Members of Ensemble Liverpool are Martin Anthony Burrage (violin), Alexander Holladay (cello) and John Peace (piano). Tickets are £3 each, obtainable in advance or on the door.
Programme:
Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809) Piano Trio in G major, No. 39, Hoboken XV/25, “The Hungarian” or “GypsyTrio (1795)
Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) Piano Trio in A minor, Opus 50, “In memory of a Great Artist” (1882)
Martin Anthony Burrage (violin)
Alexander Hollaway (cello)
John Peace (piano)
Bootle Town Hall (Ballroom), 12 for 12.30 (start) for one hour.
Address: Bootle Town Hall, Oriel Road, Bootle, L20 7AE (Streetmap)
Tickets are available in advance from Southport Arts Centre (tel: 01704 540011) or on the door at Bootle Town Hall from midday on the day of the concert.

Contact email: Ensemble Liverpool
Read more about Ensemble Liverpool and The Musicians
www.ensembleliverpool.co.uk
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Posted on December 18, 2008, in People And Places, The Music. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Learning to play piano can be difficult and take time, but for those who put in the effort it’s worth it. The piano makes beautiful music capable of sending people through a wide range of emotions.

    The important thing to remember when learning to play the piano is to be patient and start with simple steps. There are a lot of resources online to help you also.

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