Friday 22nd March 2024 at 12pm Doors open at 11.30am Tickets: £12.00 (under 30s half price) Tickets are available from Britten Pears Arts’ website HERE Alternatively from Britten Pears
Friday 22nd March 2024 at 12pm
Doors open at 11.30am
Tickets: £12.00 (under 30s half price)
Tickets are available from Britten Pears Arts’ website HERE
Alternatively from Britten Pears Arts’ box office at Snape Maltings Concert Hall or by calling 01728 687110.
The Janáček transcription is played alongside Schumann’s second piano trio and Rihm’s Fremde Szenen III – a piece inspired by Schumann.
Ashley Tong violin
Clara Lindenbaum cello
Jonathan Siahaan piano
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.
Each Friday from January to March we welcome some of the best young ensembles from the UK and abroad to Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall for Britten Pears Arts’ Friday Lunchtime Concert series.
(Friday) 12:00 pm
Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall