Plaegan Piano Trio
Tuesday, February 26, 1.10pm
THE NEXT event in Chichester Cathedral’s popular lunchtime concerts series, in the spectacular setting of the nave, will be performed by the Plaegan Piano Trio.
The trio comprises Helen Sills on violin, Michael Nebe on cello and Alan Brown on piano. They will be playing Mozart’s Piano Trio in B Flat, Op. 502 and Turina’s Piano Trio No. 2 in B minor Op. 77.
Helen Sills read music at Nottingham University, followed by an MA in baroque music, and then gained a PhD from Birmingham University on the music of Igor Stravinsky. She studied the violin with Kenneth Piper at the Royal College of Music and later with Peter Thomas.
Michael Nebe has toured the UK, Germany, Holland, USA, Canada and Australia, where he held guest professorships and recorded for radio and television.
Since his acclaimed Wigmore Hall debut, Alan Brown has appeared at many venues throughout the United Kingdom and Europe, the Channel Islands, Australia, South Korea and Japan. He has a repertoire of more than 45 concertos and has played with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the English Chamber Orchestra, the London Mozart Players and the Virtuosi of England.
Entry to the lunchtime concerts, which last approximately 50 minutes, is free.
Visitors are welcome to come and go as they please, coffee is available and food can be eaten.