This event will go on sale on Monday 12 September 2022.
Student tickets generously supported by the Cavatina Trust. These are strictly limited to two per booking
Vincent Coq, piano
Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian, violin
Raphaël Pidoux, cello
Schubert Trio no. 2 in E-flat, D. 929
Shostakovich Trio no. 2 in E minor, Op. 67
Acclaimed for its extraordinarily sensitive style, almost telepathic understanding of each other and technical mastery, the Paris-based Trio Wanderer is one of the world’s foremost chamber ensembles. Called a ‘Wandering Star’ by the Strad Magazine, the Trio has performed on the most prestigious music stages of the world: Berlin’s Philharmonie, Paris’ Théâtre des Champs Elysées, the Vienna Musikverein, London’s Wigmore Hall, Milan’s Teatro alla Scala, Barcelona’s Palau de la Musica, Washington’s Library of Congress, Rio de Janeiro’s Teatro Municipal, Tokyo’s Kioi Hall, Zürich’s Tonhalle and Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw. They have also performed at major festivals such as Edinburgh, Montreux, and Salzburg.
They have collaborated on numerous occasions with artists such as Yehudi Menuhin, Christopher Hogwood, James Loughran, François-Xavier Roth, José Areán, Charles Dutoit and James Conlon, and they have been accompanied, in triple or double concertos, some of the world’s most famous orchestras.
Their recordings have been awarded numerous major prizes including Choc du Monde de la Musique, Critic’s Choice and Editor Choice of Gramophone, CD of the Month’ by the BBC Music Magazine, Diapason d’Or of the Year, Midem International Classical Music Award. The New York Times declared their interpretation of Mendelssohn’s Piano Trios the new reference-point for these works, and their Schubert Trout Quintet and Hummel Quintet recording have been included in Forbes’s Top 100 Quality Music Library. In 2016, their recording of Schubert Trio no. 2 in E-flat (which they play in the concert for Camerata Musica Cambridge) has been chosen as best version amongst 14 other ones by BBC Radio 3’s ‘Building a Library – CD Review’.
In 2015, Trio Wanderer’s members were honoured with the rank of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters of the French Republic (Chevalier dans l’ordre des Arts et Lettres).
How the Camerata Musica Free Student Ticket Scheme works
Thanks to generous support from the Cavatina Trust, Camerata Musica is able to offer Free Student Tickets to selected concerts.
- Tickets will be held for collection at the Ticket Desk on the night of the performance (we regret that Free Tickets cannot be sent by post).
- Students in higher education and those aged 18 to 25 are eligible for the Free Student Tickets scheme.
- Students need to book using a credit card (either in person at the ADC Box Office, by phone, or online), making a fully refundable £10 deposit.
- The credit card used for purchase must not have an expiry date within six months of the purchase being made, otherwise a refund might not be possible.
- Provided the Free Tickets are collected and used, the full cost of the deposit will be refunded to the payment card within a few days of the concert. Please note that if the Free Tickets are not collected and used, the deposit will be retained.
- When collecting the Free Tickets you may be asked to present a current student card or a card showing proof of age.
For any questions on technical issues related to this, please contact our Box Office Administrator.