Rosalind Ventris performs at Fishguard International Music Festival

Rosalind Ventris viola

Rosalind Ventris will take part in Fishguard International Music Festival with her group, Trio Anima on Sunday 20 November. The concert will feature music by Bax, Debussy Dowland and Sally Beamish as well as the first performance of Ayre, a new work by Nathan James Dearden.

Trio Anima came together at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2006 and have been delighting audiences with their distinctive combination of flute, viola and harp ever since. They enjoyed early success in competitions and have recently recorded a CD on the Ty Cerdd label.

Flautist Matthew Featherstone is Principal Flautist of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Rosalind Ventris is one of the most sought-after violists in Europe having won five prizes at the Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition and Anneke Hodnett is an Irish harpist touring internationally as a chamber musician and orchestral harpist.

Nathan James Dearden is an award-winning music creator, whose work regularly features in concerts across the UK and overseas and has been broadcast widely on radio.

Arnold Bax Elegiac Trio
Sally Beamish Between Earth and Sea
Claude Debussy Children’s Corner Suite
John Dowland
Flow, my tears
Nathan James Dearden
Ayre (world premiere)
Claude Debussy Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp

Rosalind Ventris (viola) leads an international career as a soloist and chamber musician. Her former teachers include David Takeno, Kim Kashkashian and Miguel da Silva, and she participated in masterclasses with Tabea Zimmermann, Nobuko Imai, Menahem Pressler, Steven Isserlis, Thomas Riebl and Gabor Takács-Nagy.


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