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    START DATE 6 October 2015
    START TIME 06:15pm
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    Concert Room, Grove B building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT

    Performance Workshop and Talk on Benjamin Dwyer’s new composition for piano trio Nocturnal, after Benjamin Britten, plus Ravel’s Piano Trio

    The "...virtuosic Fidelio Trio…" (Sunday Times) are Darragh Morgan, violin, Adi Tal, cello and Mary Dullea, piano. They perform diverse repertoire internationally, broadcast regularly on BBC Radio 3, RTÉ Lyric FM, WNYC, NPR and in 2010 were featured in a Sky Arts documentary.

    The trio have worked closely with composition and performance students through masterclasses at institutions including Peabody Conservatory John Hopkins University, Curtis Institute of Music, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Manchester, Cardiff University, Cork School of Music, Stellenbosch Conservatorium and WITS Johannesburg. 

    They have been artists-in-residence at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Davenport Residency holders at State University of New York, SUNY and Cheltenham Festival's Composer Academy.

    Complimentary tickets are available to allow Middlesex students to attend a related concert on Sunday 11 October (6.30pm) at Kings Place, London, where the Fidelio Trio will perform Beethoven's Op. 70/1 trio, Ravel's Piano Trio, and Prof. Dwyer's Nocturnal, after Benjamin Britten. Please email Peter Fribbins to reserve your ticket. 

    Follow Middlesex University Music on Twitter @MdxUniMusic and join in the conversation with #MDXconcerts.

    Concerts and Colloquia is a free series of music events. All events are open to the public and followed by refreshments.There is no need to book tickets but for further information please contact Ben Hulme.

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