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Trinity Trio In Waikanae


Sun 21 Aug 2016, 2:30pm

Where: Waikanae Memorial Hall, 7 Pehi Kupa St, Waikanae, Kapiti Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Public: $33.00
  • WMS Members: $23.00
  • Students under 25: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Trinity Trio to Play in Waikanae .

The award-winning Trinity Trio will be performing for the Waikanae Music Society on Sunday 21 August in their final concert of a ten centre tour for Chamber Music New Zealand. They will perform a popular programme of Beethoven, Dvorak’s “Dumky Trio” and “Ahi” by one of New Zealand’s favourite composers Gareth Farr. Favourable reviews coming in from centres where they have already played praise their “verve and accomplished playing” and their “distinctive and mature sound - abounding with energy and commitment”.

Consisting of three Korean-born New Zealanders, the Trinity Trio was formed in 2013 at the University of Auckland School of Music. That year they won the prestigious Pettman/ROSL Scholarship, a highly sought after prize which offers a concert tour around the UK – including performances at the Edinburgh Festival, the Lake District Summer Music Festival and at St James's Piccadilly. While in London as part of their stay in the UK, the trio had the privilege of receiving lessons from a number of eminent musicians.

After appearing at Akaroa Music Festival in New Zealand in 2014, they were invited to perform several concerts in Thailand. In 2015 the trio was invited to France by The Fine Arts Quartet and performed in the Pablo Casals Festival. They also took part in music festivals in Germany and Italy and participated in the Brahms International Chamber Music Competition in Austria, reaching the finals.

Members of this talented young trio are pianist Tina Kim, and sisters Sally and Stella Kim who play cello and violin respectively. All three have studied with distinction at the University of Auckland and have individually won awards and performed widely as soloists. Amongst other accolades, pianist Tina won first prize at the 2012 National Young Performer Awards. Violinist Stella holds an apprenticeship with the NZSO and later this year will commence her Doctoral studies on full scholarship at the University of Arizona. The youngest member of the group, cellist Sally, has already achieved some success in international competitions and has represented the University of Auckland with a performance in Beijing.

The concert, in the Waikanae Memorial Hall, starts at 2:30 pm. Door sales will be available, or tickets can be bought at Waikanae New World, Moby Dickens Books in Paraparaumu Beach, or at Lush Design Gallery in Raumati.

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