Piano Trio Op 38 (in the spirit of Ave Maris Stella)

(…in the spirit of Ave Maris Stella) Op 38

Instrumentation:Violin; Cello; Piano

Duration: 19 minutes; one movement.

Date of Composition: Autumn 2014

Performances:  Trio Casals, May 2015

World premiere – Philips Autograph Library on 9th May 2015 at West Chester University, Philadelphia. 

Second performance Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, 12th May 2015

Third Performance – Ty Cerdd Studio, Cardiff Millennium Centre. 20th May 2019.

Joint promotion by Vale of Glamorgan Festival and Composers of Wales. Odysseus Piano Trio.

Trio Casals: Violin – Sylvia Ahramjian; Cello – Ovidiu Marinescu; Piano – Anna Kislitsyna.

Brian Noyes introducing his Piano Trio at the premiere performance.

Phillips Autograph Library, West Chester University
Violin – Sylvia Ahramjian
Cello – Ovidiu Marinescu
Piano – Anna Kislitsyna 

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The Piano Trio Op 38 (..in the spirit of Ave Maris Stella) was recorded by Trio Casals in late February 2015 at Temple University Philadelphia. The recording of this and the other chamber pieces that were included in the two concerts will form the content of the ‘Moto Continuo’ CD on the Navona label, which will be released in July 2015.
Composer Brian Noyes with members of Trio Casals after the performance at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York.
Brian Noyes introducing his Piano Trio at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, 12th May 2015
The Piano Trio featured in the ‘Spotlight 2019’ concert at Ty Cerdd studio on 20th May 2019, as part of the Valeof Glamorgan Festival and in collaboration with Composers of Wales.
 

Brian was one of the two featured composers, and shown here interviewed as part of the concert.

The Piano Trio has been revised since this performance.

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