RCMF 2019 Concert 3

Concert 3: Clara Schumann at 200- Mila Piano Trio and Amy Roberts

Friday 26th April 7.30pm

United Reformed Church Romsey


2019 marks the bi-centenary of Clara Schumann: one of Europe’s great virtuoso pianists and composers. This concert celebrates two of her masterpieces alongside works that she performed written by her close friends Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn.

The Mila Piano Trio are delighted to be joined by Amy Roberts,  guest principal oboe of the BBC Symphony for this concert.

Clara Schumann Piano Trio in G minor, Op.17

Brahms Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann


Clara Schumann Three Romances

Mendelssohn   Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor


Tickets £15 full price, £5 u18s and full-time students

The Mila Piano Trio is a UK-based ensemble who met whilst studying at the Royal Academy of Music in 2015. Recent performances have included debuts at St. John’s Smith Square and at St Martin in the Fields as finalists of the 2018 Chamber Music competition, as well as performances across the UK and Portugal.  The trio enjoys playing wide ranging repertoire from classical to contemporary and won prizes in the Isaacs and Pirani Competition and in the RAM’s historical women prize.

The Mila Piano Trio is also involved in educational work, recently working with Water City Music giving workshops and concerts to students in Southwark. They will be continuing their educational work in 2019 with workshops in London, Cotswolds, Winchester and Romsey as part of this festival.

Graduates of The Royal Academy of Music, their chamber music tutors have included Amandine Savary, Levon Chilingirian, Michael Bochman and Felix Schmidt and have received masterclasses from Guy Johnston and Sun-Won Yang and Alasdair Beatson. The Mila Piano Trio is currently a member of ChamberStudio at Kings Place where they are mentored by Adrian Brendel. They have also been attending MusicWorks with Catherine Manson and James Boyd and look forward to further masterclasses within the scheme during 2018.



Tickets £15 full price, £5 u18s and full-time students

This concert will finish at approximately 9.15pm