LaiPang, Guschlbauer, and Toyomura perform Trios by Clara Schumann and Tchaikovsky

LaiPang, Guschlbauer, and Toyomura perform Trios by Clara Schumann and Tchaikovsky

LaiPang, Guschlbauer, and Toyomura perform Trios by Clara Schumann and Tchaikovsky

event Friday, September 27, 2024 schedule 8.00pm - 9.45pm BST
event Friday, September 27, 2024 schedule 8.00pm - 9.45pm BST
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Festival of International Young Artists (FIYA) Concert #1
In-person | From £5
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Location: 
Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall, | View details

Three outstanding young international artists (USA, Austria, New Zealand) join forces to present two piano trios from the romantic era – Clara Schumann’s youthful Trio in G minor and the Trio in A minor by Tchaikovsky, a work of symphonic proportions and widely considered one of the masterpieces of the genre.

Clara Schumann: Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17
Intermission (drinks)
Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50

Musicians

Marilies Guschlbauer

Marilies Guschlbauer

The young cellist Marilies Guschlbauer from Austria is known for her characterful playing and wonderfully warm and natural tone.
In addition to numerous first prizes and special prizes at the Austrian youth competition “Prima la Musica” at the federal level, she is a prize winner at the Manhattan International Music Competition and the Liezen International Cello Competition.
In 2020 Marilies was recognised as an “mdw artist” and in 2022 she received the Interpretation Prize of the Mozart Community in Vienna. She is currently a scholarship holder of the Villa Musica Rhineland-Palatinate Foundation.

Miclen LaiPang

Miclen LaiPang

Violinist Miclen LaiPang is quickly establishing himself as one of the most exciting and versatile artists of his generation and has earned global recognitionas a soloist, chamber musician, and concert master. He is the newest member of Trio Zadig which are associated artists at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel and residents of the Singer-Polignac Foundation in Paris and the Musical Academy of Villecroze.
Miclen has performed in over 50 countries and has won multiple awards, including the Stradivarius International Violin Competition, Schoenfeld International String Competition, Grand Prize of the American Fine Arts National Competition, 1st Prize King’s Peak International Competition, 1st Prize of the American Music Talent Competition, and 1st and Special Prize at the International Moscow Music Competition, and the Bruno-Frey-Musikpreis.

Naoki Toyomura

Naoki Toyomura (Hughes Hall 2018)

Naoki Toyomura, festival founder and co-director, is a pianist and educator from New Zealand. His current research interests include symphonic transcriptions for piano and piano education for young children, especially those showing outstanding talent and promise. As a pianist, he has won a string of first prizes from various competitions around New Zealand as well as internationally such as the WPTA Indonesia International Piano Competition and Forte International Music Competition held at Carnegie Hall, New York. He has also been involved in music outreach, most notably in Zimbabwe and South Africa. He is a By-Fellow of Hughes Hall.

Booking information

  • £15 standard.
  • £5 student or under 18.
  • £30 FIYA Pass for all three music events.
Price: 
From £5

Location

Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall,
Cambridge
CB1 2EW
United Kingdom

Contact

The Festival Team
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