Programme Details

Programme Details

Solo Trombone Recital

Solo Trombone Recital

Start Date : 09th April 2016
Lisa Sarasini, Trombonist

Lisa Sarasini- Trombonist - Lisa was born in Manchester, UK and was first introduced to the trombone at high school, as part of a programme designed to encourage children to play brass instruments, and immediately fell in love with the sound, therefore continued to play in the schools brass band.

It wasn't until Lisa turned 18 that she received formal tuition on the Trombone, at the University of Huddersfield with. During this time Lisa was exposed to the world of contemporary music, and performed three times at the renowned Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Lisa was also awarded the concerto prize, enabling her to perform concertos with both the University Symphony Orchestra and Brass Band, and the University's Brass Prize.

After three years, Lisa was awarded a place to study for postgraduate diploma in Performance at the Royal Northern College of Music, and passed the course with distinction. In this time Lisa was awarded the Philip Jones Brass Prize, and was a finalist in the RNCM concerto competition. She also began to freelance with the local orchestras, including the BBC Philharmonic, Halle Orchestra, Halle Brass, Orchestra of Opera North, and Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, before moving to Finland to take a substitute assistant principal trombone position in Finland .

In 2009, Lisa performed 'Freaks' - a trombone solo written for her by composer Gavin Higgins, at the RNCM festival of brass and at the Royal college of music, before moving to Germany to study for her masters degree.

Aron Tringali, Pianist

Aron Tringali, Dutch pianist of Italian ?hinese origin, was born in Milan, grew up in Vicenza and moved to the Netherlands where he studied piano (BMus)at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Marcel Baudet. After receiving grants from the Dutch Fund for Performing Arts and the Willem Mengelberg Fund, he continued his piano studies (MMus) at the Royal College of Music in London with Andrew Ball and fortepiano with Geoffrey Govier.

Aron took masterclasses with Franco Scala, Jacques Rouvier, Klaus Hellwig and Dmitri Alexeev. He won prizes at the Princess Christina Competition and the National Competition for Young Music Talent. At the RCM he won prizes at the Beethoven Piano Competition and the Chappell Medal Piano Competition and he was invited to perform at the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall on the ?Steinway No. 1?

He has performed as soloist, accompanist, and chamber musician at concert venues and festivals across The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Spain and India and appeared in Dutch Music Magazines and on television. In addition to the classical repertoire, he likes to play works by living composers including his cousin Joey Roukens. Currently, Aron is a lecturer in piano performance at the K M Music Conservatory in Chennai.

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