I’m Proud to announce the dates of two recitals Bedriska Trio are performing November 10th and November 26th 2016

Recitals

November 10th:  12.45pm @ NPL Music Society, Scientific Museum, Bushy Hall, Teddington, TW11 0EB

Programme to include Rimsky Korsakov – Piano Trio in C minor

*Free*

November 26th:  3pm @ Chapter House, Gloucester Cathedral

Programme: Schubert – Notturno Christopher Brammeld – Piano Trio World première Bridge – Russian Waltz Rimsky-Korsakov – Piano Trio in C minor

Bedriska Trio

Admission £17, concessions £16, students £5, children free, accompanying adults £8 including free glass of wine/soft drink. http://www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk Tel: 01242 620736 or on the door.

Gloucester Cathedral Concert

The Prakticello!

I’m very excited to have received my beautiful Prakticello all the way from Philadelphia thanks to Jerry deGroot! It is absolutely stunning and has a lovely warm sound- a pleasure to play. It has already come with me to Morocco in July and Cornwall in August as hand luggage in plane!

Reflecting on 2015!

2015 was an incredible year. I was extremely lucky to have so many great opportunities to play and record with some talented artists. I want to share with you some of the highlights!

In April I had the pleasure of performing Lalo’s Cello Concerto with the brilliant Siegfried Camerata in Blackheath Halls.(See Videos and Audio)

In June I performed at a sold out show at Wembley Arena with The Grand Philharmonic Orchestra to accompany Indian Bollywood Playback Singer, Arijit Singh; it was epic!

In June I performed Roger O’Donnell’s new album for Four Cellos and Piano ‘Love and Other Tragedies’ in London. It was an incredible experience, and playing with cellists Alisa Liubarskaya, Francesca Ter-Berg and Lucy Rail was awesome.

Also in June I worked with the stunning voice of Elise Yuill, and beautiful sound of Nadine Nagen on violin to create a set of acoustic folk for two sets we performed at Glastonbury Festival in the Green Futures area, thank you Elise and Nadine.

In July I performed Schubert’s Quintet in C for the first time at St Mary’s Perivale, London, a stunning tiny church, and brilliant venue for chamber music. This was a particularly special concert, as I performed with my teacher Richard Markson and his wife Mayumi Fujikawa for the first time. As well as the brilliant Robin Wedderburn and Yukha Nagai!

In November I flew to Udaipur, India with the Grand Philharmonic Orchestra to perform on anIsland, at an epic event; I think I was dreaming!

With the Engines Orchestra I performed at Scarborough Jazz Festival and recorded Femi Temowo’s album ‘Music Is the Feeling’ which will be out soon!

I am very much looking forward to see what 2016 brings!!!