27 April 2025


7:30 pm


Alexander Sitkovetsky violin
Wu Qian piano
Isang Enders cello

Sitkovetsky Trio credit Vincy Ng


Lena Sierova Piano Trio (new work)
Beethoven Trio in D Op.70 No.1 Ghost
Ravel Trio in A minor

The Sitkovetsky Trio has established itself as an exceptional piano trio. Their thoughtful and committed approach has brought the ensemble critical acclaim and invitations to renowned concert halls around the world including Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Frankfurt Alte Oper, Palais des Beaux Arts, Museé du Louvre, l’Auditori Barcelona, Wigmore Hall and Lincoln Center New York.

Recently, the trio received the Chamber Music Award of BBC Music Magazine. They are first prize-winners of the International Commerzbank Chamber Music Award and recipients of the NORDMETALL Chamber Music Award at the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, as well as the Philharmonia-Martin Chamber Music Award. They have been supported by the Hattori Foundation, the Musicians Benevolent Fund, the Fidelio Trust and the Swiss Global Artistic Foundation. In the 2022-23 season, they received generous funding from the Initiative Musik as part of the Neustart Kultur programme launched by the German government. Last season they toured South America, with concerts in Bogotá, Lima and Sao Paulo, and the USA, visiting Lincoln Center, Los Angeles and Seattle. Venues in Europe included Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Wigmore Hall, Philharmonie Haarlem, Bilbao, Barcelona and Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

Highlights of the 2023-24 season include concerts at Vienna Konzerthaus, Brucknerhaus Linz, Cologne Philharmonie and the Elbphilharmonie. The trio also tours the USA and Italy, and in the UK and Ireland will appear at Wigmore Hall, Chichester, Lewes and Haslemere, Two Moors festival, Bath’s Mozart Festival, and Surrey Hills, Buxton and West Wicklow festivals.

Alexander Sitkovetsky plays the 1679 ‘Parera’ Antonio Stradivari violin (Cremona, 1679), and Isang Enders plays a cello by Carlo Tononi (Venice, 1720). Both instruments are kindly loaned by the J & A Beare International Violin Society.


Malvern Theatre, Malvern Theatres, Grange Rd, Malvern, WR14 3HB UK

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