Wed 29 January
Main Auditorium, The Venue
Sebastian Müller - violin
Gerardo Gramajo - viola
Thomas Collingwood - cello
Schubert – String Trio D 471: Allegro
Mozart – Divertimento K 563
Sebastian Müller trained with Irina Goldstein in Hannover, Germany, before studying at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin, Germany, with Stephan Picard. Under the tuition of Ina Kertscher he graduated with first class honours at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover, Germany, in 2006. Sebastian has recently been appointed to the faculty of the Royal Northern College of Music.
Gerardo Gramajo began his violin studies in Montevideo with Jorge Risi (Cuarteto Latino-Americano) at the “Escuela Universitaria de Música” (Uruguay). He completed his postgraduate studies in Germany. Gerardo is in high demand as a solo and chamber musician throughout Latin America and Europe, often premiering new works by composers of his native Latin-America.
Thomas Collingwood completed his studies in 2003 at the Royal Northern College of Music. Following his graduation, he studied for two years with Karine Georgian in London. He has a strong interest in the study of instrumental period performance and works with a variety of modern and baroque instruments.
Free admission, no booking required.