2021 TAM SUBSCRIPTION SERIES

PIANO TRIO ARCHAEOLOGY

Trio Anima Mundi continues its Piano Trio Archaeology in 2021 by reviving three piano trios of Carl Gottlieb Reissiger - part of TAM's ongoing The Reissiger Project. Alongside these works are trios by Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, and the world premiere of Kenji Fujimura's second piano trio.

Concert 1

Music for one, two, and three

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Concert 1 reflects upon the extraordinary year which was 2020 - a year in which many endured lockdown and isolation - by highlighting the versatility of the piano trio combination, showcasing each artist behind the powerful combination which is piano + violin + cello.  

Sunday 14th March at 2pm - Geelong 

Saturday 13th March at 4pm - Montsalvat

Wednesday 17th March at 8.30pm - Melbourne

Wednesday 17th March at 8.30pm - online

Rutland Boughton

Celtic Prelude

Eugene Ysaye

Sonata in D minor, Op.27, No.3 'Ballade'

Gyorgy Ligeti

Sonata for solo cello

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Duo in G Major, K.423

Carl Gottlieb Reissiger

Piano Trio No.4 in F-sharp minor, Op.56​

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Concert 2

The Salieri Connection

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Concert 2 presents the work of two composers whose careers were linked by a common figure - Antonio Salieri. Both Reissiger and Beethoven spent time under the tutelage of Salieri, a formidable figure in the Viennese music scene of  the time. We look at their earliest forays into the piano trio genre.

Sunday 22nd August at 2pm - Geelong

Saturday 21st August at 4pm - Montsalvat

Thursday 26th August at 8.30pm - Melbourne

Thursday 26th August at 8.30pm - online

Ludwig van Beethoven

Piano Trio Op.1, No.3 in C minor

Carl Gottlieb Reissiger

Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, Op.25

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Concert 3

Poems of Passion

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Concert 3 turns up the passion with the evocative and emotive early works of two Russians - Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich - juxtaposed to the ebullient Romanticism of Reissiger's 2nd trio. The concert also includes a new work by Kenji Fujimura, the commission generously supported by the City of Melbourne.

Sunday 17th October at 2pm - Geelong

Saturday 16th October at 4pm - Montsalvat

Thursday 21st October at 8.30pm - Melbourne

Thursday 21st October at 8.30pm - online

Sergei Rachmaninoff

Trio élégiaque No.1 in G minor

Dmitri Shostakovich

Piano Trio No.1 in C minor, Op.8

Carl Gottlieb Reissiger

Piano Trio No.2 in B-flat Major, Op.33 

Kenji Fujimura

Music for one, two, and three... (world premiere)*

*Supported by a City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grant

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TICKET PRICES

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Geelong and Montsalvat

3-concert subscription: Adult $120, Concession $90, Student $30

Single tickets: Adult $45, Concession $35, Student $15

Melbourne

3-concert subscription: N/A

Single Tickets: Adults $44, Concession $32, Student N/A

Online - Streaming

3-concert subscription: $64

Single tickets: $24

GEELONG SERIES

Senior School Chapel, The Geelong College

corner Aphrasia and Talbot Streets, Newtown

Sunday 14th March at 2pm

Sunday 22nd August at 2pm

Sunday 17th October​ at 2pm

MELBOURNE SERIES and ONLINE

Athanaeum Theatre, 188 Collins St, Melbourne

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall (online)

NB* Wednesday 17th March at 8.30pm

Thursday 26th August at 8.30pm

Thursday 21st October at 8.30pm

MONTSALVAT SERIES

Montsalvat

7 Hillcrest Ave, Eltham, VIC 3095

Saturday 13th March at 4pm

Saturday 21st August at 4pm

Saturday 16th October at 4pm

VENUES and DATES

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