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Conway Hall Ethical Society presents:

Sunday Concerts:
Fidelio Trio & Pre-Concert Talk with Robert Hugill

23rd April 2023 · 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Doors open: 5:00pm

In person

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Sunday Concerts: Fidelio Trio & Pre-Concert Talk with Robert Hugill

Fidelio Trio • 6.30pm

Since their debut at London’s Southbank Centre, the Fidelio Trio have regularly appeared at the Wigmore Hall and Kings Place, at festivals including Spitalfields, Cheltenham, St. Magnus and Huddersfield. Their extensive discography includes most recently a Gramophone Magazine Editor’s Choice of Chamber Music by E J Moeran, a composer with whom they are closely associated and the release of premiere recordings on Mode Records of music by Gerald Barry.

The trio will also return to Conway Hall on 5 November 2023, to perform the works chosen for the final round of our Clements Prize for composers – a date for your diaries!

“The performances are absolutely wonderful…stylish virtuosity…instinctive brilliance…”
BBC Radio 3 Record Review

Darragh Morgan (violin)
Tim Gill (cello)
Mary Dullea (piano)


Beethoven | Trio in D ‘Ghost’ Op.70/1
Amy Beach | Trio in A minor Op.150
Ravel | Trio in A minor


Pre-Concert Talk with Robert Hugill • 5.30pm

Robert Hugill introduces the story of musical autodidact Amy Beach. Trained as a concert pianist, marriage and societal pressure stopped her performing and she reinvented herself as a composer, becoming the first successful American female composer of large-scale art music and one of the first American composers to succeed without the benefit of European training.

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Further Info

Our pop-up bar will be open before and during the interval of the performance, in our foyer. It serves a selection of ethically and sustainably produced drinks.

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