TRIO MARVIN

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Not to be missed!
Join us for one of only two concerts to be performed in Victoria by this amazing trio on their tour for Musica Viva Australia

 

Marina Gauman-violin
Marius Urba-cello
Vita Kan-piano

 
Trio Marvin winners of the 2018 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. The Berlin based Trio Marvin was founded in 2016 in Leipzig. Only a few months later, they were awarded first prize at the 'Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Competition 2017' in Berlin. In September 2017, Trio Marvin won second prize and two special prizes at the Concorso Internazionale 'Premio Trio di Trieste' in Italy. This success formed a solid foundation for the young trio who have already cultivated an inimitalbe fusion in their shor time together.

Established in 1991 and staged every four years, the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition is one of the most prestigious events if its kind. The competition is open to string quartets and piano trios of all nationalities whose members are under the age of 35. In 2018, for the first time, it was produced by Musica Viva Australia, the world's largest presenter of chamber music, in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre and the Australian National Academy of Music. The Grand Prize included an Australian performance tounr in November 2019 arrange by Musica Viva Australia.

 

Ticket prices - Adult $55; Senior/Pensioner $50; < 30 yrs $25
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Primary and secondary student FREE to all concert.

Buy tickets at: 

  • online 
  • Farrell’s Bookshop, Mornington
  • Robinsons Bookshop, Frankston
  • phone 9789 8392
  • the door, from one hour prior to concert

 

 


 

Details


  • TRIO MARVIN
  • Wed 13 Nov 2019
  • 7:30pm
  • PENINSULA COMMUNITY THEATRE, 
    MORNINGTON
    (MEL. 145 E2) FREE PARKING

     


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