May 2016 - The Trio Soane gave a very enjoyable recital at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic on Thursday 19th May. Their programme skilfully blended Viennese classicism (Beethoven - Piano Trio no. 2) with works from the Czech repertoire, Dvořák's Mazurek and Josef Suk's Song of Love for violin and piano, and Martinů's Variations on a Theme of Rossini for cello and piano. Adéla Ševčíková (violin) and Corinna Boylan (cello) showed off their skills both as soloists and as ensemble members, and they were brilliantly accompanied by Marzia Hudajarova on the piano. Let us hope that their continuing studies at the Royal Academy of Music will bring them further awards and recognition.

The concert was sponsored by Mr Ivan Koenig, to whom The Friends are very grateful.

Trio Soane FBEvent organised with the cooperation of the Embassy of the Slovak Republic

Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Trio in E flat major No. 2, Opus 70
Antonín Dvořák - Mazurek in E minor, Opus 49
Josef Suk - Song of Love in D flat major, Opus 7
Bohuslav Martinů - Variations on a Theme of Rossini in D major, H. 290

Violin - Adéla Ševčíková
Born in the Czech Republic, she studied at the Janáček Academy in Brno with Miloš Vacek, the leader of the Janáček Quartet. She is currently supported by a grant from Velehrad London.

Cello - Corrina Boylan
A graduate of Columbia University and principal cellist of its orchestra for four years, she works both as an academic and musician.

Piano - Marzia Hudajarova
Brought up in Azerbaijan and the Netherlands, she has recently moved to London to develop her career as a soloist and chamber music perfomer.