On Sunday 6th March, violinist, Matthew Trusler, and pianist, Martin Roscoe, will return to Wigmore Hall as part of the Hall’s Coffee Concert series. The long-term collaborators will perform a beautifully diverse selection of repertoire to include the Mozart Violin Sonata in G major K301, the Tchaikovsky Sérénade mélancolique in B minor Op. 26, and Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances BB68 (arr. Zoltan Szekely for violin and piano).
Matthew Trusler says: Concerts at the Wigmore are always special occasions – perhaps especially as a Londoner – but this one has the added excitement of being in the middle of a big year for me – my 40th! We spent a long time thinking about what we could play, and I really wanted to return to some repertoire I’d known for most of my life and that would be especially enjoyable to play in the acoustics and warmth of the hall. I’ve played with Martin for something like 20 years now, and it’s always been a huge pleasure to perform with him. He is unflappable and hugely calming as a presence, as well as obviously being a world class pianist.
I’m genuinely looking forward to playing in my home town, in one of the great recital halls of the world, with one of my favourite people.
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