A Baroque Evening with the Gwaun Trio

 

About the Gwaun Trio

Matthew Bale has performed as harpsichordist, piano soloist and conductor with many orchestras, including BBC Philharmonic, City of London Sinfonia and the Chamber Orchestra of Greece. His first job was resident cocktail pianist at the Hyde Park Hotel and this ignited his interest in Jazz and light music. A recent CD recording of Matthew conducting Marsh’s Quantock Suite was broadcast on Radio 3.

Lorna Osbon has worked with numerous orchestras and music ensembles including the London Philharmonic, Music Projects London and the Bath Pump Room Trio. She has been instrumental in some world premieres including works by Arvo Pärt. She has performed in many prestigious venues, including the Royal Albert Hall (BBC Proms), the Royal Festival Hall and as solo violinist to the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee year.

Nia Harries has recently been freelancing with various orchestras including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, as well as being principal and sub-principal cello with Welsh National Opera. She has played in many solo and chamber music recitals at the Wigmore Hall and the Purcell Room and at prestigious festivals including the City of London Festival. She taught at the Guildhall School of Music for seven years as well as at Wycombe Abbey School. She currently works for the Pembrokeshire Music Service.

 

 

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