Wednesday 30 June 2021 at 7pm
Llewelyn Hall, ANU School of Music
Changed from original date because of Victorian COVID restrictions, please check Musica Viva website for any updates
Also streamed live from Melbourne on 21 June 2021
This concert features a world premiere of a sonata by Gordon Kerry, as well as works by Mozart and Brahms
- MOZART – Trio for Piano, Violin and Horn (arr. Naumann), K407 (1782)
- KERRY – Sonata for Violin and Piano (2020) – commissioned for Musica Viva by Julian Burnside AO QC – world premiere performances
- BRAHMS – Horn Trio in E-flat, Op. 40 (1865).
Nicolas Fleury – Horn (appears courtesy of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra)
Emily Sun – Violin
Amir Farid – Piano
Johannes Brahms’ 1865 horn trio was composed in memory of his mother, and brought together an interesting combination of instruments. No doubt inspired by this piece, in 1910 the composer Ernst Naumann made an imaginative arrangement of Mozart’s Horn Quintet for the same line-up.
Playing both works on the same program is demanding for a horn player. Nicolas Fleury has lived in Australia since 2019. He studied in his native France, undertook postgraduate tuition in London, and spent a decade as a soloist and Principal with orchestras throughout the world.
- Listen to the pre-concert talk with composer Gordon Kerry online at https://musicaviva.com.au/news-views/pre-concert-talk-amir-fleury-sun/
- Tickets for the 21 June streamed concert are available at https://musicaviva.com.au/horn-trio-livestream/
Image of Nicholas Fleury supplied by Musica Viva