Just a few weeks to go until we welcome the Linos Piano Trio. to Bath with German/Brazillian violinist Konrad Elias-Trostman, Russian/French cellist Vladimir Waltham and Thai/British pianist Prach Boondiskulchok. Let’s find out a bit more about these international musicians…
First Prize and Audience Prize winner of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2015, the Linos Piano Trio has achieved recognition as an extremely dynamic and creative young chamber ensemble.
“a slow-burning, gripping performance, the playing rich and passionate.” – The Strad
Prach Boondiskulchok (piano)
Thai-British pianist Prach Boondiskulchok studied piano and composition at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama as a Scholar of Princess Galyani Vadhana. A Park Lane Group Young Musician in three consecutive years, Prach has performed at many prestigious venues and festivals around the world including the Royal Festival Hall, St Johns Smith Square, Schoenberg Centre (Vienna), Thailand Cultural Centre (Bangkok), Viana Festival (Portugal) and the Birdfoot Chamber Music Festival (USA).
Konrad Elias-Trostmann (violin)
Born of German and Brazilian parents, Konrad grew up in London and graduated from the Royal Academy of Music completing his Masters at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln in 2016. He was recently accepted on the Postgraduate course to work with Rainer Schmidt at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. A devoted chamber musician, recitalist and orchestral musician, Konrad has worked with some of the world’s greatest conductors including Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Colin Davis and Antonio Pappano.
Vladimir Waltham (cello)
Berlin-based cellist Vladimir Waltham was born into a family of musicians in the South of France and now divides his time between solo, chamber, orchestral and teaching on both modern and baroque cello, as well as various other early instruments. Notable successes include receiving the Audience Prize at the 2013 York Early Music Competition and his Hieronymus String Quartet winning the Cavatina Intercollegiate String Quartet Prize and Audience Prize.
Join us at Bath’s spectacular Pump Room on Sunday 18 June for a concert of music as you will never have heard it before with some fantastic new arrangements of La Mer and the Sorcerer’s Apprentice pitted against Schubert’s phenomenal Second Piano Trio.