Trifarious are delighted to announce their appointment as artists in
residence of the University of Surrey for 2018/19. This comes in the year
that the University’s Music and Media department celebrates its second
year ranked number two in The Guardian university and music conservatoire league table. The appointment firmly demonstrates the departments success and forward thinking strategy in its fields of music and media.
Trifarious will be presenting an inspiring array of performances, masterclasses, workshops and open rehearsals to all students within the department. The residency will bring all of the music and media
subjects together and provide a valuable resource for the students to
consider each others resources, broaden their scope and then ultimately
For more information about the University of Surrey Music and Media
courses visit www.surrey.ac.uk/department-music-media
2018 is shaping up to be a very busy year for Trifarious.
Exciting works by Adam Gorb and Tom Armstrong are currently being rehearsed in preparation for the 2018/19 season .
Tom Armstrong’s Consort Music will receive its first Trifarious performance at the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington on 25th February 2018
Notting Hill Concerts will be the host venue for our first performance of Mélange à Trois by Adam Gorb on 2nd July 2018
We are very much looking forward to performing at the Landmark Arts Centre on Sunday 25th February 2018 at 2.30pm as part of their ‘Classics in the Afternoon ’ series. This fantastic venue is the gem of Teddington. Following a very intensive fundraising campaign, Landmark has taking delivery of a superb new concert grand piano. This is an ideal opportunity to hear this new instrument under the control our virtuoso pianist Nadine André. We will be performing new works by Barbara Thompson and Edmund Joliffe.
UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
The University of Surrey have invited Trifarious to host a workshop on 3rd May with selected student composers competing for the coveted David Lovatt Prize. The trio will then perform their own commissioned compositions during an early evening recital commencing at 6.00pm. The winning student composition will also be featured in the concert.