It is a pleasure to welcome back one of our ISMA 'graduates', violist Henrietta Hill, in her trio with its unusual combination with flute and piano. It takes its name from the composer Maurice Duruflé, renowned for his Requiem but whose only chamber work is the delightful 1928 gem that closes this morning's concert.
CPE Bach Trio No.3 in G major, Wq.95 16¼’
Hahn Romanesque 3’
Debussy arr Forst Mandoline 1½’
Martinů Trio for flute, cello (viola) and piano 19¼’
Arnold Duo for flute and viola, Op.10 9¾’
Firsova Meditation in the Japanese Garden, Op.54 7¾’
Leclair Trio Sonata in D major, Op.2 No.8 9¾’
Duruflé Prélude, Récitatif et Variations, Op.3 12½’
The Duruflé Trio was formed in January 2015 at the Guildhall School of Music, where it was the winner of the Ivan Sutton Chamber Music Prize in 2016 and joint winner of the St James Piccadilly Prize in 2015. It has performed in a range of UK venues, including Milton Court, Kettle's Yard, Sherborne Abbey and Edmundsbury Cathedral.