Concerts 2017

21st October 2017 Sidmouth Concert Society

Mozart Divertimento Trio in B flat KV 254
Beethoven Trio in E flat Op.70/2
‘Notturno’, from Hiller Serenade No.2
Brahms Trio in B Major Op.8

http://www.sidmouthmusic.org.uk/Home.html

29th October 2017 St Mary's Perival

Sunday October 29th 3pm

Mozart: Divertimento in B flat K 254
Beethoven: Piano trio in E flat Op 70 no 2
Brahms: Piano trio no 1 in B Op 8

Details are here on the series website.
St Mary’s Perivale, Perivale Lane, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 8SS.

16th November 2017 Music in The Village, Walthamstow

November 16th, 7.30pm

Mozart Trio in C KV485
Beethoven Trio in E flat Op. 70/2
Mozart Divertimento Trio in B flat KV254
Brahms Trio in C minor Op.101

Click here for details on the series website.

St Mary’s Church
Church Hill
Walthamstow Village
London E17 9RL

19th November 2017 Conway Hall

November 19th, 6.30pm
We are delighted to return to Conway Hall as part of the Sunday Series.

Mozart Divertimento in B flat K254
Beethoven Trio in E flat Op. 70 No. 2
F. Hiller Notturno from Serenade No. 2
Brahms Trio in C minor Op. 101

Conway Hall: 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL United Kingdom

Click here for booking details at Conway Hall. 

24th November 2017 Hastings Early Music Festival

The Trio are launching Hastings Early Music Festival at the Opus Theatre. Jane is the artistic director and the trio are performing for the opening concert at the stunning new chamber music venue, Opus Theatre, in Hastings.

Programme:
Haydn ‘Gipsy Rondo’ Trio in G Hob XV:25
Mozart Trio in C KV 548
Beethoven Op.70/2

Additional festival events on the day:
4.30-5.30pm: Open rehearsal
6.15pm-6.45pm Pre-concert event: Artists in conversation with Polo Piatti
Afternoon: Artists exhibiting in foyer

Click here for booking info. Tickets £10 – £15.

Opus Theatre, 24-25 Cambridge Rd, Hastings, TN34 1DJ

www.hemf.co.uk

20th February 2018 Boston Music Club
Details coming soon
13th March 2018 Cockermouth Music Society
Details coming soon…
23rd March 2018 Sutton Valence Music Society
Details coming soon

Past highlights

Here are some of our hightlights from concerts in recent seasons.
6-8th July 2017 Concerts in the West Tour

Mozart Trio KV496
Debussy Trio in G major
Brahms Trio in B major Op.8

6 July 7.30pm – Lower Pulworthy, Hatherleigh
7 July 11am – Bridport Arts Centre
7 July 8pm – Ilminster Arts Centre
8 July 7.30pm – The Dance House, Crewkerne

http://www.concertsinthewest.org

 

 

March 2016 Dartmouth House, London

This concert was for the English Speaking Union, held in a beautiful drawing room at Dartmouth House, Mayfair.

Programme:
JC Bach Trio in D Op.2/3
Schubert Notturno in E flat D.897
Mendelssohn Trio in D min OP.49

Recital is at 7pm with wine & canapés from 6.30pm. Tickets £20 per member, £25 non member.
Please contact Ann Armstrong for details and to reserve palace: armstrong.ann53@gmail.com

April/May 2016 - The complete Mendelssohn Piano Trios at the Cobbe Collection

From Leipzig to London: Mendelssohn & JC Bach ‘London Bach’ Piano Trios

Performed on period instrumnets, using an 1845 Erard piano from the Cobbe Collection at Hatchlands, these concerts featured both Mendelssohn piano trios and were paired with rarely performed trios by JC Bach.

Part I April 13th Midday

JC Bach Trio in G Op.2/2 JC Bach Trio in C Op.15/1 Mendelssohn Trio in D minor Op.49

Part II May 24th Midday

JC Bach Trio in D Op.2/3 JC Bach Trio in A Op.15/2 Mendelssohn Trio in C minor Op.66

 

April/May 2016 The complete Mendelssohn Piano Trios at St George’s Bristol

From Leipzig to London: Mendelssohn & JC Bach ‘London Bach’ Piano Trios

These concerts featured both Mendelssohn piano trios and were paired with rarely performed trios by JC Bach.

 

Part I April 28th 1pm

JC Bach Trio in G Op.2/2 JC Bach Trio in C Op.15/1

Mendelssohn Trio in D minor Op.49

 

Part II May 26th 1pm

JC Bach Trio in D Op.2/3 JC Bach Trio in A Op.15/2

Mendelssohn Trio in C minor Op.66

http://www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk

June 2016 Hay Concert Series

Programme:

Haydn Gypsy Rondo Trio in G Hob XV: 25
Beethoven Gassenhauer Trio in B flat Op.11
Tchaikovsky Trio in A minor OP.50

http://www.haymusic.org
Ticket info click here

October 2016 Tango Concert @Kino St Leonard's

Passion & Fire from Buenos Aires – A concert featuring the Rautio’s ongoing collaboration with Tango dancers Bianca and Sacha.

Experience the music of Astor Piazzolla and Argentinian Tango as the Rautios join forces with Bianca and Sacha from Rojo y Negro Tango London. This special concert features Tango classics from the Golden Age through to Tango Nuevo and Piazzolla. Beautiful images by Sacha Leech compliment the performances held in the Kino Theatre.

http://www.kino-teatr.co.uk/listings

 

 

November 2016 Clapham Omnibus Series
Concert details coming soon.
July 2015 The Forge, Camden

Faure Piano Trio in D minor Op.120
Ravel Piano Trio in A minor
Bridge Phantasie Trio in C minor

Three composers culturally and musically intertwined, these extraordinary impassioned works from early twentieth century Britain and France straddle World War one, a time marking the end of the romantic era.

www.forgevenue.org

September 2015 BBC Radio 3 'In Tune'

The Rautios played live on Radio 3 ahead of their concert at Kings Place.  They talked about their upcoming programme celebrating the life and work of Shostakovich on the 40th anniversary of his death.

Approaching The Iron Curtain
Rautio Trio plays Bernstein, Copland & Shostakovich

Bernstein Piano Trio Op.2
Copland Piano Trio ‘Vitebsk’
Shostakovich Piano Trio no.1 in C minor Op.8
Shostakovich Piano Trio no.2 in E minor Op.67

 

http://www.kingsplace.co.uk

September 2015 Celebrating Shostakovich at Kings Place

This programme celebrates the life and work of Shostakovich on the 40th anniversary of his death.

Approaching The Iron Curtain
Rautio Trio plays Bernstein, Copland & Shostakovich

Bernstein Piano Trio Op.2
Copland Piano Trio ‘Vitebsk’
Shostakovich Piano Trio no.1 in C minor Op.8
Shostakovich Piano Trio no.2 in E minor Op.67

The Rautio Trio will perform dramatic 20th century works spanning two decades leading to the end of the Second World War.Despite the apparent contrast of American and Soviet musical styles, these three composers are linked by several historical, cultural and personal connections and all display influences of Jewish Eastern European musical tradition. A champion of Shostakovich’s music in the West, Bernstein’s lively trio is an explosion of American post-depression optimism, whilst his mentor, Copland, draws us into a bleaker world with his striking trio based on a Jewish theme. Shostakovich’s youthful and exuberant first piano trio is programmed alongside the monumental second trio which plunges us back into the darkness of Stain’s USSR.

http://www.kingsplace.co.uk