Junction T Trio – Thursday 23 November

Junction T Trio

Japheth Law flute | Gen Li cello | Daisuke Yoshida piano

2023 Leamington Music Prize Winners’ concert

Gaubert   Trois Aquarelles
Mouquet   Le Flûte de Pan Op 15
Elgar   Chanson de Matin Op 15 No 2
Monti   Csárdás
Saint-Saëns   The Swan
Granados   Danza Española
Popper   Dance of the Elves Op 39
Weber   Trio in G minor Op 63

The Leamington Music Prize has been awarded to outstanding Royal Birmingham Conservatoire students since its inception in 2009. This Trio of young musicians hailing from China, Japan, and Malaysia (explaining its unusual name) will charm and entertain with a programme that will take us on some exciting trips through the continent of Europe.

£15 unreserved
(£1 children / students)

2020 Leamington Music Prize winners’ concert

2020 Leamington Music Prize winners
Olga Eckert and Mafalda Galante violins
Maria João Antunes viola | Griff Wadkin cello | Beth Haughan piano


The Sonia & Harry Hyamson concert

Smetana   From my Homeland JB 1:118
Martinů   Three Madrigals H313
Dvořák   ‘Song to the moon’ from Rusalka Op 114
Dvořák   Piano Quintet No 2 in A Op 81


This young ensemble came together by invitation from the CBSO and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to perform Dvořák’s Piano Quintet at Symphony Hall. The quintet performed at St Phillip’s Cathedral in Birmingham and in the ‘Resonations’ series in Leicester, winning the Leamington Music Prize just a day prior to the Symphony Hall debut. This is a truly European group – violinists from Poland and Portugal, viola also from Portugal, cellist from Leicester and a Scottish pianist – and long may such collaborations continue.

Concert generously sponsored by Bonhams


Ticket price includes glass of wine | Concert will have an interval

Tom Pickles – cello & Roman Kosyakov – piano

2019 Leamington Music Prize Winner’s concert

Bridge   Four Short Pieces
Beethoven   Cello Sonata in F Op 5 No 1
James MacMillan   Kiss on Wood
Rachmaninov   Cello Sonata in G minor Op 19

The second of the 2019 Leamington Prize Winner’s concerts features Sheffield-born cellist Tom Pickles and Siberian pianist Roman Kosyakov. Tom is supported by Help Musicians UK, the Countess of Munster Musical Trust and the Craxton Memorial Award, while Roman is the winner of multiple international competitions, including the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition and the Manhattan International Music Competition, and will soon be recording for the Naxos label.

Tickets: £15 unreserved (ticket includes interval drink)
£1 Student Standby

The Leamington Music Prize concerts are generously sponsored by Bonhams

Curzon Brass

Jacob Smith and Matthew Tarrant trumpets
Tom Hayes horn, Dan Price trombone, Mark Dilley tuba

2019 Leamington Music Prize Winner’s concert

Music from seventeenth century Venice to the Jazz Age, with some Bach, Gershwin and Sousa. Enjoy Packing up your Troubles and Putting on the Ritz!

Gabrieli   Canzona Per Sonare No 4
JS Bach   Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland BWV659
Simon Lesley   Timeout
Liszt   Consolations
Ewald   Brass Quintet in D flat
Walton   Popular Song from ‘Façade’
Carmichael   Georgia on My Mind
Andrew Downes   Suite for Brass Quintet
KC Bird   Pack up Your Troubles
Sousa   Liberty Bell March
The Quintessential Gershwin
Berlin   Puttin’ On the Ritz

Tickets: £15 unreserved
£1 Student Standby

The Leamington Music Prize concerts are generously sponsored by Bonhams; this concert is also supported by our Corporate Patrons, The Arts Society Royal Leamington Spa