Kungsbacka Pianotrio - chamber music

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The chamber music in Borås offers Kungsbacka Pianotrio. Featuring Malin Broman violin, Jesper Svedberg cello, Simon Crawford Phillips piano.

Program: Beethoven 250, in collaboration with the Savings Bank Foundation Sjuhärad

Kungsbacka Pianotrio, founded in 1997, has won recognition as one of the most
prominent ensembles of their generation and made a thriving international career. Since winning the first prize in the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, the trio has appeared at leading festivals and in the most important concert halls in Europe and in many other places around the world. In 2003 they participated in the Rising Stars concert series and made their debut in New York, Amsterdam, Vienna, Salzburg, Brussels and Athens.
The trio was invited as New Generation Artists by BBC Radio 3 and has since made numerous radio appearances, including live concerts from Wigmore Hall and Bridgewater Hall as well as from the festivals inCity of London, Edinburgh and Cheltenham. Together with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, they have recorded Beethoven's Triple Concerto. Among their other recordings are works by Rehnqvist on the BIS disc label. Schubert, Faure, Mozart, and Haydn triumph for NAXOS. This year the trio recorded all the piano trio works by Robert Schumann at BIS. The trio has worked closely with a variety of composers and has premiered trios of Daniel Börtz, Karin Rehnqvist, Jonas Bohlin, Richard Barnard, Helen Grimes and Paul Stanhope, among others.
Most recently, they performed a piano trio by Kevin O Connell in Belfast, a commissioned work by the BBC. Last year Kungsbacka Pianotrio celebrated 20 years and Britta Byström composed an anniversary work for the trio.
In recent years, Kungsbacka Pianotrio has regularly returned to Wigmore Hall and Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and has given concerts at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Muziekcentrum Vredenburg in Utrecht, Oslo, among others.Chamber Music Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Schwetzinger Festspiele and Berlin Philharmonic. In addition to countless tours in Europe, they have also toured in South America, Australia and New Zealand and have given concerts in Canada and the USA. During the 13/14 season, they performed all of Beethoven's piano warriors at Wigmore Hall. The trio returns to Sweden regularly and taught from 2001 for a 10-year period at the Swedish Academy of Music in
Gothenburg. They have also organized summer courses in collaboration with Falun Music Conservatory.
The trio gave their first ever concert in Kungsbacka, hence the name. There and in Varberg they also organize an annual festival 'Change', now in its 19th year.
In November 2008, the trio received the prestigious Interpret award from the Musical Academy
Crown Princess Victoria's hand.

24Apr 19:00 - 21:00

Contact information

Kammarmusiken i Borås
Sturegatan 45
Contact: Uno Hallabro
Phone: +46-33277108

Organizer: Kammarmusiken i Borås

E-mail: info@kammarmusiken.se

Price information

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Adult SEK 200, youth / student (up to 25 years) SEK 20

Subscriptions for the whole season (6-9 concerts), membership in the association included

Adult 600 SEK, youth / student (up to 25 years) SEK 50

Subscriptions can be purchased at a concert or by payment to bank giro 640-3414

Public transportation

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Immanuel Church, Åsbogatan 24 Borås

Tickets can be purchased at the concert. No pre-sale.