Trinity Orchestra is delighted to announce a new association with Fazioli Pianos for Autumn 2015.
Fazioli will be providing superb pianos for the orchestra’s piano concerto performances, such as our next concert of Brahms’ Piano Concerto no 1 on 3 December 2016.
Fazioli pianos are considered by many to be the finest pianos made today. Signor Fazioli and his small team make around one hundred pianos each year. Such limited production ensures that each instrument receives the highest level of care and attention from the start of its production until it finally leaves the factory. No mass production techniques are used at the Fazioli factory which is why each and every Fazioli has a unique personality.
Jaques Samuels is the UK’s sole supplier of Fazioli Pianos:
Jaques Samuel Pianos, 142 Edgware Road, Marble Arch, London W2 2DZ
Royal College of Music
Trinity Orchestra is proud of its association with the Royal College of Music (RCM), initiated by former Music Director Michael Murray.
The collaboration provides a platform for some of the world’s finest young musical talent to perform with the orchestra every year, and the opportunity for talented young composers from the RCM to have their works premiered by the orchestra.
As part of our association with the Royal College of Music, Trinity Orchestra has recently performed with top RCM musicians including pianists Dinara Klinton and Dominic Doutney and cellist and BBC Young Musician of the Year 2012 Laura van der Heijden. For our June 2016 concert we are delighted to welcome rising star violinist Soh-Yon Kim.
Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS
Harrow Young Musicians
Harrow Young Musicians (HYM) organises musical activities for young people who live in and around Harrow. It has gained an enviable reputation for music making to a high level in a lively and friendly atmosphere.
Harrow Music Education Hub
Harrow Music Education Hub was formed in September 2012 with Harrow Music Service as the lead organisation. It works to review music education for young people in Harrow, offer more opportunities and support others who do the same.
Harrow Philharmonic Choir
Harrow Philharmonic Choir usually gives four concerts a year, including a Christmas Concert, performing a wide range of music, both secular and sacred, from many centuries. It is known to be a very friendly society and they welcome anyone who can sing and enjoys good music.
Harrow Choral Society
Harrow Choral Society is a friendly, amateur choir of about 120 singers who aim to perform to the highest standard and to enjoy singing. They usually perform four concerts a year and also undertake short singing tours abroad every two or three years.
Harrow Harmony Choir
Harrow Harmony was formed in 1999 by Hilary Musgrave. The choir sings a wide variety of music, including well-known classical pieces as well as songs by modern composers, and performs three main concerts locally during the year: one to celebrate Christmas in which there is always a chance for audience participation, and larger concerts in spring and summer, featuring guest musicians.
Stanmore Choral Society
Established in 1946, Stanmore Choral Society is about 60-strong and growing. It draws singers from Stanmore, Harrow, Kenton, Pinner, Ruislip, Watford, Bushey, Barnet, Edgware, Burnt Oak, Colindale, Wembley and Mill Hill. If you enjoy singing, they welcome you to come along.
St Luke’s Hospice
St Luke’s is the local hospice for Harrow and Brent. They care for people whose illnesses are no longer curable, enabling them to achieve the best possible quality of life during the final stages of their illness. The Hospice is proud to offer all of their services free of charge, relying on the generosity of the community for over 75% of their funding. Trinity Orchestra performed a charity concert in aid of the Hospice in July 2012 as part of the St Luke’s Summer Proms.