Chamber Hall’s series PERSONALLY
Joseph Haydn, Johannes Brahms and Franz Schubert - the musical prodigies who have created the most spectacular masterpieces for chamber music and who's names are well known across the world. Elīna Bukša has written her name in the world as one of the most talented Latvian violinists of the new generation. She has perfected her skills in the prestigious Queen Elisabeth’s Music Chapel in Belgium and has proven her talent in numerous international contests. These three prodigies will meet in the concert “Masterpieces of Chamber Music. Piano Trio”. Buška, together with her confederates - the bright Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov and virtuoso French cellist Aurélien Pascal - will perform the famous pieces for piano by the classic composers.
Together, the talented artists create the Trio Aventure, which Elīna Bukša tells us about: “This piano trio is a long cherished dream. Pavel and I have been a duet for more than seven years, and one day we decided it would be great to find a cellist, with whom we could discover a new repertoire and experiment with styles and combinations. After our first concert with the French cellist Aurélien Pascal, we instantly knew - we feel and understand each other, we are united in our freedom of thoughts, our desire to explore, improvise and search for new ways to express ourselves in the form of art.”
Elīna Bukša (violin)
Pavel Kolesnikov (piano)
Aurelien Pascal (cello)
J.Haydn (1732-1809) Piano Trio Nr.44 in E major Hob. XV/28
J.Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Trio Nr.1
F.Schubert (1797-1828) Piano Trio Op.100
Elīna Bukša. Winner of the 2012 Latvian Great Music Award, an honor for emerging musicians, Elīna Bukša is considered one of her generations leading younger violinists. Since her debut with the Liepaja Symphony Orchestra at the age of twelve, Elina has performed with many orchestras, including the I Virtuosi del Teatro Alla Scala, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonietta Riga, Sinfonia Varsovia, the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège, Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz, Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra, Moscow, and the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra (Japan), Tatarstan National Symphony orchestra and others. She has recorded Saint-Saëns and Lalo violin concerti for the Alpha label.
Since 2011 she has been studying at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Belgium, under the direction of Augustin Dumay. Elina Buksha plays a 1723 Domenico Montagnana violin, on loan to her by the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel.
Pavel Kolesnikov. Following Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov’s Wigmore Hall debut in January 2014, The Telegraph gave his recital a rare five-star review and called it “one of the most memorable of such occasions London has witnessed in a while”. Since becoming Prize Laureate of the Honens International Piano Competition in 2012, Kolesnikov has performed around the world - Great Britain, Germany, France, Canada, USA, Russia, Austria, Spain, Japan, South Korea etc. The 2017-18 season sees Pavel perform with the BBC Symphony and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestras, and undertake UK and European tours with the Czech National Symphony and Flanders Symphony Orchestras.
Aurelien Pascal. At only 24 years old, French cellist Aurélien Pascal already commands international attention for his ‘unparalleled virtuosity and musical intuition.’ Laureate of several prestigious international competitions, including Fourth prizewinner and the youngest finalist in the 2017 Queen Elisabeth Competition. Aurélien performs with orchestras throughout Europe and Asia. As a recitalist, Aurélien performs at the most prestigious festivals.
Concert in two parts. Duration: approximately 1 hour 55 minutes.
Tickets: starts from EUR 10.00
School children, students, teachers, seniors - 25%
Seniors with group I and II disabilities, and their carers - 50%
Family tickets - 1 or 2 adults + 2 children (or more) – 25%
10-30 persons - 20%
30 and more persons - 25%
Venue: Chamber Hall
Organised by: Great Amber