New for 2018
Two local musicians, familiar to Elmslie House concert goers, return for a summer afternoon's concert. The drama and lyricism of song in music for flute and piano.
Trio Ébano History
Trio Ébano was formed in January 2003; the current ensemble is flautist Nicola Shorland, clarinettist Lucy Tugwell and bassoonist Hannah Wrieden. The name Ébano is Spanish for the ebony wood from which some of our instruments are made.
These three musicians all studied in London and have played under the baton's of Sir Colin Davis, Valery Gergiev, Sir Roger Norrington, Timothy Reynish, Clive Timms, Guy Woolfenden and Siân Edwards, to name but a few.
Trio Ébano have broadened their repertoire by transcribing, arranging and composing pieces. They perform music ranging from Mozart to Scott Joplin. They have also inspired new compositions from young composers. Metropillis by Neil Smith, and Suite for Wind Trio by Thomas Morgan, were written for Trio Ébano and premiered in 2005.
Last Updated on 25/09/2017
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