Sally Baldwin Oboe Claire Fillhart Flute
Claire Dunham Piano
Madeleine Dring Trio
A hugely talented child, Madeleine Dring studied at the Royal College of Music and her composition teachers included Ralph Vaughn Williams, Herbert Howells and Gordon Jacobs. This delightful Trio was composed for her husband, Roger Lord, a professional oboist who played with the London Symphony Orchestra. The flautist Peter Lloyd, Lord and André Previn premiered the Trio in the USA.
Eugene Goossens Pastorale et Arlequinade
"The music displays a lively imagination and fluent lyricism in a lovely impressionist tonal palette. The Pastorale paints a languid and lush picture of the countryside while the Arlenquinade depicts the classic comedy character of Harlequin"
28th February 2015
The flute, oboe and piano trio intriplicate was formed in Manchester in 2001. The ensemble performs regularly across the United Kingdom. In 2004 the trio recorded their debut CD ‘intriplicate’. The follow-up CD ‘intriplicate too’, recorded in 2007, received a five-star review in the Manchester Evening News:
‘There are few CDs out of those I hear in a year that I’d gladly hear again, for the sheer pleasure of doing so. This is one. The quality of the musicianship they offer is remarkable’ - Robert Beale
Whilst in Strathgarry with the Tunnell Trust, the trio gave the first complete European performance of Sir Malcolm Arnold’s Suite Bourgeoise since it was lost just after it was written in 1940. Their recording of the Suite was played on BBC Radio 3 and now appears on a CD of previously unreleased Arnold works. A recital given at the newly refurbished St George’s Hall in Liverpool was also aired by the BBC as part of a week of American and English chamber music.
Intriplicate has commissioned a number of pieces and has had various pieces arranged especially for them. Their most recent commission, Cheshire Phantasies, was composed by the British composer David Lloyd-Mostyn, and is based on myths and legends of the local Cheshire area.
The trio has recently been busy performing across North-West England as well as at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London. They regularly collaborate with the vocal duo Voci Dolci(sopranos Jill Taylor and Julia Morley also work with our pianist Claire Dunham) on some exciting new programmes. Upcoming performances include recitals for Middlewich Concerts Society and Wisbech Music Society.