Sunday 7 April, 3:00pm
Doors 2:30pm | Concert 3:00pm, ends 4:00pm, no interval
Tickets £20 / £10 (under 25)
Annemarie Federle, horn | Ezo Sarici, violin | Harry Rylance, piano
Richard Wagner - Tannhäuser Overture (arr. Harry Rylance)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Sonata in E minor, K304 for violin and piano
Johannes Brahms - Trio in E flat, op 40
This London-based horn trio was formed in 2021 when violinist Ezo Sarici, horn player Annemarie Federle, and pianist Harry Rylance met as students at the Royal Academy of Music. They are dedicated to expanding the repertoire for horn trio and have premiered several of their own arrangements. Alongside Brahms’ masterpiece, their programme features Mozart's haunting and nostalgic violin Sonata in E minor and Harry Rylance's arrangement of the overture to Tannhäuser, including themes from the opera such as the Pilgrims’ Chorus, chromatic music from the world of Venusberg, and Tannhäuser’s ode to Venus.
At the age of 17, Annemarie Federle won the Brass Category Final of the 2020 BBC Young Musician competition. She was appointed Principal Horn of the London Philharmonic Orchestra in January 2023 and Principal Horn of the Aurora Orchestra in 2022. Ezo Sarici was recently a semi-finalist at the Lipizer International Violin Competition and was awarded the most Artistic Performance and Temperament prize. Harry Rylance is a soloist, chamber musician, accompanist and répétiteur. He has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Royal Concertgebouw, the Grand Hall of Budapest, Glyndebourne Opera House and featured in live broadcasts on BBC Radio 3.