Trinity Laban flautist gives debut recital at the Wigmore Hall

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Recent graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance's MMus programme, Rosanna Ter-Berg, is giving her debut recital at the Wigmore Hall on 17 December. The concert is being organised by the Park Lane Group, a registered charity which has long been established as a leading platform for young performers of outstanding talent, and will feature Rosanna with pianist Leo Nicholson, alongside pair of PLG alumni, George King and James Young. Rosanna and Leo played together in the PLG New Year Series 2012, where they were a great success.

Rosanna graduated from Trinity Laban in 2011, with Distinction in her Masters in Performance degree, studying with Anna Noakes. Previously, Rosanna was at the University of Leeds, learning with Linda Verrier at the Royal Northern College of Music. She graduated with a 1st Class BMus degree. The third year of her degree was spent studying at the Strasbourg Conservatoire, one of France's principal music colleges. Her playing has been praised for its 'warmth' (The Times) and its 'razor sharp' quality (The Financial Times).

Concert Details:

Monday 17 December 19.30h
Wigmore Hall
Tickets: £8, £10, £13, £15

Performers:

Rosanna Ter-Berg/Leo Nicholson (flute and piano)
George King and James Young (piano 4 hands)

Programme:

Debussy: Six épigraphes antiques (for flute and piano)
Poulenc: Sonata for flute and piano
Debussy: La mer, 3 symphonic sketches (arr. Debussy for piano four hands)
Alwyn: Sonata for flute and piano
Edwin Roxburgh: Flute music, with an accompaniment
Mendelssohn: Scherzo from A Midsummer Night's Dream (arr. Mendelssohn for piano 4 hands)
George King: Three Dances (world première)
Johann Strauss II/Greg Anderson: Blue Danube Fantasy for piano 4 hands (UK première)

 

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