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Welcome to Trunch Concerts - Music in a historic Norfolk Church

Concerts 2014 in St Botolph's Church, Trunch, North Walsham nr. Norwich, NR28 0PS
High Quality Concerts for many different Tastes

SATURDAY,  18th OCTOBER at  7.30 pm

R. Fryer

 

ANDREW ROBERTS (Violin)
RACHEL FRYER (Piano)


Mozart: Sonata in Bb, K454
Paert: Fratres
Messiaen: Fantaisie
Brahms: Sonata in G, Op 78

 

Rachel and Robert

ANDREW ROBERTS studied in London and New York and in 1981 was a founder member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. He played with his father and brother in the Bernard Roberts Piano Trio for fifteen years and the Trio recorded CDs of music by Frank Bridge and Stephen Dodgson to critical acclaim.
Andrew has been a member of the Orchestra of the Age Enlightenment for nearly 20 years.
Recent work includes live BBC radio 3 broadcasts of chamber music from St Georges, Bristol and Kings Place, London; concerts at the Finchcocks Keyboard Collection, Kent and the inaugural concert of the Elgar Concert Hall
in the University of Birmingham.

RACHEL FRYER studied in Kharkov , Ukraine , The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and The Royal College of Music, where she was awarded a Masters Degree in Advanced Performance and many prizes. Rachel is Visiting Lecturer in Piano Studies and Accompanist at the East Sussex Academy of Music in Lewes.  

Rachel Fryer is active both as soloist and accompanist. She has performed throughout Britain at venues including Croydon's Fairfield Hall and St. John Smith's Square and for music societies including the Beethoven Piano Society. Recent performances include the Grieg piano concerto and Bach’s Goldberg Variations which she has performed in Trunch and which she recorded in 2013.


Andrew and Rachel recently formed a duo partnership last year to explore the rich repertoire for violin and piano.


Your support for the concerts and events helps to keep St Botolph's standing. One of Norfolk's finest churches, it is a uniquely beautiful building both for worship and music-making. In 2005 the tower was secured from splitting. In 2010 the chancel roof was repaired. The historic 1808 Wm Gray organ was restored in 2011.This winter cloakroom facilities were installed. All concert proceeds will continue to be donated to St Botolph’s Church restoration projects. The Church and community would like to thank both the audiences and the performers for their generosity. Since 1998 the concerts have raised over £20,000 towards these projects. Thanks too to the dynamic Trunch Village Society for its support for publicity.

Performers reserve the right to change their programmes from those indicated in the brochure or website. The organising team will take reasonable steps to give notice if any concert has to be postponed or cancelled. Please check this website for up to date information closer to the dates of the concert.