Finding your Voice

Sunday Afternoon Recitals, in collaboration with Trinity College, Oxford

Waynne Kwon, violoncello
Victor Lim, piano

Robert Schumann Five Pieces in Folk Style Op.102

Clara Schumann 3 Romances Op.22

Sergei Prokofiev Cello Sonata in C major Op. 119

Marin Marais – Les Voix Humaines

Described for producing performances that are ‘larger than life with boundless emotion’ (Limelight Magazine), award-winning Australian Korean cellist Waynne Kwon has established himself as one of the outstanding musicians of his generation, performing soloist with orchestras such as the BBC Philharmonic, and in prestigious venues around the world such as the Sydney Opera House, Seoul Arts Centre, Wigmore Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Southbank Centre, King’s Place and St. John’s Smith Square.

Following his first public appearance in the televised 2012 BBC Young Musician of the Year, South Korean-British pianist Victor Lim has performed around the world in the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Romania, China, Singapore and South Korea. He has collaborated with several artists including Stephen Hough and Graham Fitkin. Victor and Waynne won the 2020 Tunnell Trust Music Club Award.

Coming to Oxford from my time as artistic director at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, it is always a joy to be presenting and supporting young talent.  It is a privilege to have known many of these exceptional performers as they progressed in their careers; and it is even more a delight to be presenting these Sunday lunchtime recitals together with Trinity College, Oxford – a College which shares our values on education and the arts, and on making a positive impact on the world.  Dr Michelle Castelletti, Director: Oxford Festival of the Arts

Our inaugural Events at Trinity programme has been introducing new audiences to Trinity College for public talks and recitals since October. So I am delighted that we will have the opportunity to invite even more visitors through our new partnership with the Oxford Festival of the Arts. Together we will present 3 Sunday matinee concerts this July of young up and coming artists and ensembles in the stunning new de Jager Auditorium. We look forward to welcoming you to Trinity.  Andrew Miller, MBE, Consultant Creative Director, Trinity College

Date

Jul 16 2023
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Time

2:30 pm

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Location

De Jager Auditorium
De Jager Auditorium
Trinity College
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