Greenwich Trio & Boris Bizjak

Greenwich Trio & Boris Bizjak

Sunday, 21 May 2023, 6.30pm

The Greenwich Trio are no strangers to Conway Hall and their accomplished, compelling performances are always well received. For their return to our concert series, they are joined by flautist Boris Bizjak, praised by Gramophone for his “freshness and originality”. Their selection of repertoire could not be more varied: from Hummel’s imaginative arrangement of Beethoven’s early Septet to a new work, written by Marcus Barcham Stevens for tonight’s musicians. Schubert’s ‘Trockne Blumen’ Variations offer numerous opportunities for impressive virtuosity from flautist and pianist, while Ravel’s ‘Mother Goose Suite’ finishes the evening, in an arrangement which captures the beauty and intimacy of the original piano duet, with the colour and magic of the orchestral version.

“Never have I heard piano and stringed instruments meld together so seamlessly”
- Bachtrack

Boris Bizjak (flute)
Lana Trotovšek (violin)
Heather Tuach (cello)
Yoko Misumi (piano)


Beethoven (arr. Hummell) | Septet for piano, flute, violin & cello Op.20
Marcus Barcham Stevens | Living Trees for flute, violin & cello
Schubert | Variations on ‘Trockne Blumen’ D.802
Ravel (arr. Graham Walker) | Mother Goose Suite for piano, flute, violin & cello

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Published by Conway Hall on 29 March 2023

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