The Mediterranea Trio was established at the Royal College of Music in 2007 by pianist Elenlucia Pappalardo, violinist Markella Vandoros and cellist Alessandro Sanguineti. The Trio is mentored by Andrew Ball and has been coached by the Chilingirian Quartet, Gordon Fergus-Thompson, Yuri Zhislin, David Dolan, Geoffrey Govier and Kathron Sturrock and has participated in masterclasses with Susan Tomes and David Waterman at King's Place, Eckart Heiligers, Alexander Malosh, Peter Cropper, Moray Welsh and Simon Rowland-Jones.
After its debut at the National Gallery, the Mediterranea Trio went on to perform at venues such as St Martin-in-the-Fields, Cheltenham Town Hall, St James’s Piccadilly, V&A Museum, Sundial Theatre, Farnham Castle, the Forge, Foundling Museum, Britten Theatre and the Woking Concert Society. It also took part in the Earl's Court Festival 2011, the Chilingirian Chamberfest 2009 and the Chilingirian Mozart Festival 2011, the Bedford Park Festival and the Exhibition Road Music Day 2010.
Future engagements include concerts at Balliol College Musical Society in Oxford, Norfolk & Norwich Music Club and Portsmouth Music Club, as well as two concerts for the Associazione Amici della Musica, in Trapani, Italy.
We very much hope to see you at the third and/or fourth concerts of the TRULY BEETHOVEN series. The concerts are taking place on 21st NOVEMBER and 5th DECEMBER at The Forge Venue, 7.30pm, and include fascinating programmes.
The international line-up of artists promises masterful music making and we are very proud to be presenting this unique concert series in association with British Youth Opera. Furthermore, it is the first time that this programme is being presented on the concert platform!
For full details visit the TRULY BEETHOVEN SERIES tab and CONCERT PROGRAMMES sub-tab at Akouson Classical or the event listings on the opening page.
I am glad to meet you on Akouson Classical. Are you interested in buiding a reportoire of new contemporary works? I have written a string trio subtitled 'Trilogy of Universal Gifts'. Unlike much contemporary music, many people like the music they hear of mine. Please let me know, if you are interested, where I can send you a score, either email or physical address. You can visit me on http://www.reverbnation.com/malcolmdedman. I hope to hear from you. Malcolm Dedman