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TEA TIME TRIO CONCERT

Sunday 24th September, 3pm
2.30pm Open for Tea

The Silk Mill Trio (piano, clarinet, viola) brings you music to help you relax into your Sunday afternoon, surrounded by the art works of the Outside Insight exhibition.

From Mozart’s famous Kegelstatt Piano Trio, said to have been inspired by a game of skittles (and possibly an accompanying pint), the trio floats through a dreamy, moonlit Nocturne inspired by an Edgar Allan Poe poem. A selection of late romantic miniatures by Max Bruch completes the recital. Written for his son, a gifted clarinettist, each piece tells it’s own particular story.

Tea and biscuits are available from 2.30pm.
Programme

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Kegelstatt Piano TrioJoseph Holbrooke Nocturne (Fairyland)

Max Bruch Selection from Eight Pieces for Clarinet Trio

£8 / £5 (under 18)

Neil Moore clarinet ¦ George White viola ¦ Liz Kozlowski piano

Silk Mill Trio

“I choose such notes that love one another.”
W.A. Mozart

The Silk Mill Trio comprises Neil Moore on clarinet, George White on viola and Liz Kozlowski on piano.
Neil hails from Belfast, studied music in Scotland and, since coming to the Bath area in 2011, has quickly got stuck into its musical life singing with and directing several choirs including Bath Cantata Group, Oakfield Choir, Frome and Vox8. He is also director and plays clarinet and saxophone with Musicians Southwest.
George White completed his studies at RAM in 2013 and has since been playing professionally  in orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout the UK. He is also increasingly in demand as a tenor soloist.
As a child, Liz Kozlowski taught herself to read and play music by going through the entire piano section at Oxford City Library. As well as working as a coach and therapist, with a particular interest in wellbeing for performing artists, she performs in chamber ensembles and accompanies choirs and singers.