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Starts at 8:00 pm on Monday, 18 June 2012
Sergey Malov (violin), Michael Houstoun (piano), Ashley Brown (cello)
“Sergey Malov was a clear winner within a few pages of his Bartók Second Concerto, slinking fetchingly from its sinuous almost bluesy opening theme to volatile Magyar outbursts.” William Dart, New Zealand Herald
First prize winner in last year’s Michael Hill International Violin Competition, Sergey Malov teams up with pianist Michael Houstoun and cellist Ashley Brown for a spellbinding programme of virtuosic repertoire.
Russian-born Malov won the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg, before winning a hat-trick as he scooped the top prize along with the inaugural Julian Paul Anderson Award for best chamber music player and the Audience Prize. This followed his success in the Michael Hill Competition.
He has performed with such renowned orchestras as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Camerata Salzburg, Moscow and the St Petersburg Philharmonic.
In the programme you can hear Gyftiko by John Psathas, Sonata in E minor for solo violin by Ysaÿe, Violin Sonata in A by Franck and Beethoven’s Piano Trio No 5 “Ghost”.
(Source: Chamber Music NZ)
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