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Sunday Concerts:
Greenwich Trio

23rd June 2024 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Doors open: 6:00pm

In person

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Sunday Concerts: Greenwich Trio

The Greenwich Trio perform much-loved masterworks to mark the centenary of the death of Gabriel Fauré: Fauré’s penultimate work, the Trio in D minor; Beethoven’s epic Archduke; and Schubert’s sublime Notturno. You will also hear the UK premiere of Lalai (Lullaby to Awaken You) by German composer Barbara Heller, who is celebrating her 88th birthday this year!

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

Schubert | Notturno D897
Barbara Heller | Lalai
Fauré | Trio in D minor Op.120
Beethoven | Trio in B flat ‘Archduke’ Op.97

Lana Trotovšek • violin
Heather Tuach • cello
Yoko Misumi • piano


Age Recommendation: All ages

Price: Standard £13 • On the door £15 • Living Support £6 • Members £11 • Under 26 FREE

Access Information

Due to the age and Grade II listing of the building, there is no lift access to rooms above the ground floor.

All the ground-floor rooms are fully accessible by wheelchair. Main Hall (street access, step-free), Brockway Room (street access, step-free), Bertrand Russell Room (street access, shallow ramp), Cafe (street access, step-free). There is also an accessible toilet on the ground floor opposite the Brockway Room.


Other events that may interest you

Berkeley Ensemble with Simon Callaghan

The Fugitives with Annie Dressner

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.

If you have any accessibility enquiries, please contact us at / 020 7405 1818.

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