The Metamorphoses Trio

30th October 2021

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Francaix Trio

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Metamorphoses is a new ensemble of world- class musicians who have established themselves individually as soloists and as chamber musicians in the world’s most prestigious concert halls.

Concert Notes

Jean Johnson

Jean Johnson is an international collaborator in chamber music programs and as such has played in some of world’s finest venues, notably the Concertgebouw, Carnegie Hall, and the Palais des Beaux-Arts. Jean plays in duo with her husband, pianist Steven Osborne, performing all over the UK, Europe, and America.  She has played at chamber music festivals including Mostly Mozart Festival in New York City, “Spannungen” Heimbach, Germany, ICMS Southbank London, Bath Music Festival, Lammermuir Festival, Hindsgavl Festival Denmark, Schwetzinger SWR Festspiele. Her recording of Brahms and Rozsa Sonatas with Steven Osborne earned high praise from many worldwide publications including the New York Times.

Roeland Jagers

Roeland Jagers is a passionate chamber musician and was a founding member of the Rubens Quartet, winning several international competitions. The quartet enjoyed an active international career for 16 seasons in Europe, the United States and Israel. Roeland performs regularly in concert halls such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Tonhalle Zürich, the Konzerthaus in Vienna and the Philharmonie in Berlin.
Roeland plays a Giovanni Pistucci viola, on loan to him from the Nationaal Muziekinstrumenten Fonds in Amsterdam.

Ilona Timchenko

Ilona Timchenko won first prize in the Third Abstract Securities Landor Competition in 2007, fending off strong international competition and winning a contract with Landor Records – her first CD on their label came out in 2009 and it was selected for one of the inaugural ‘Outstanding’ accolades in International Record Review in January. She brought a packed audience at the Buxton Festival to their feet in July 2008 at her debut recital there, and in April 2010 she made her debut at Unione Musicale, one of the most prestigious festivals in Europe. In addition to her solo activities Timchenko is a keen chamber musician and makes regular appearances at festivals in the Netherlands, Spain, France and Russia alongside artists such as Rivka Golani, Mark Lubotsky, Philippe Graffin, baritone Wolfgang Holzmair, and the Elias Quartet.

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