Entries by natalia

Many congratulations to the Mac-Talla Trio from Scotland

The winners of the EFT prize at the CAVATINA Intercollegiate Chamber Music Competition on May 13th. were the Mac-Talla Trio from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. A truly international group of musicians – pianist Maurizio Arroyo Reyes from Colombia, violinist Michelle Dierx from the Netherlands and cellist Madelyn Kowalski from the United States – they […]

ROSL prizewinner 2019

Congratulations to Joe Pritchard,  a cellist from the Royal Academy of Music, who won the Elias Fawcett award at the section final at the ROSL annual music competition. He played two movements from Bach’s Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, Fauré Romance in A Major, Op 69 and two movements of Brahms’ Cello Sonata […]

ROSL annual music competition

The 2019 ROSL music competition is taking place at the moment and the section finals, every Tuesday at 7pm between February 12 and March 19 are open to the public. Come and hear the next generation of young musicians. And find out who the EFT will give their prize to this year!

Grajner De Sa Trio winners of EFT award at CAVATINA Intercollegiate Chamber Music competition held at RAM on May 15th 2017

Susana Gomez Váquez (piano), Cristian Grajner De Sa (violin) and Tomas Isaac (cello) were the EFT prizewinners at the CAVATINA Intercollegiate Chamber Music Competition held at RAM on May 15th. It was a tightly fought contest in which each Trio played the set piece – Beethoven’s Piano Trio in C minor, op.1 no.3. We’re delighted […]

Zelkova Quartet at Burgh House September 11th

The Zelkova Quartet will be playing at Burgh House, in Hampstead, at 7pm on Sunday September 11th. In 2014 the quartet received the Elias Fawcett Trust award at the ROSL music competition. At Burgh House they’ll be playing Debussy, Beethoven, and a piece by Ryan Latimer especially commissioned for them . Tickets at the door.

Castalian Quartet chosen by YCAT

The Castilian Quartet have been chosen to be represented by YCAT in 2016. In 2011 they received the EFT prize at the Royal Over-Seas League competition and we’ve been following their progress and success with great interest since. At the YCAT finals they gave an outstanding performance of Bartók’s String Quartet No.6. Congratulations!

Pamela Majaro: a celebration of her life:

Pamela Majaro, co-founder of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust, and dear friend, died on February 25th. There was a celebration of her life through words and music at the Wigmore Hall on Friday March 18th. at 11am. The Wihan Quartet (and Quintet) played and John Gilhooly and Ioan Davies spoke about her amazing achievements in […]