Lana Trotovsek and Maria Canyigueral
Lana Trotovsek has won admiration for her expressive playing and unique musicality. The Washington Post has described her as ‘Radiant’ and praised her ‘clean, refined tone with musical sense of phrasing and impeccable
Lana Trotovsek has won admiration for her expressive playing and unique musicality. The Washington Post has described her as ‘Radiant’ and praised her ‘clean, refined tone with musical sense of phrasing and impeccable intonation’. She has captivated audiences with her ‘warm sound and formidable technique’ (La Vanguardia) and her talent of bringing ‘freshness, depth and insight’ (Broad Street Review) to her interpretations. Maria Canyigueral is a prize winner in numerous international competitions and has been described by La Vanguardia as ‘a pianist of great personality’. Her professional achievements embrace an extensive number of interests. Her most recent highlights include the world premiere of “Dos páginas para Granados” by Benet Casablancas at the Echoes Festival in London organized by ILAMS. Her Cd together with violinist Lana Trotovsek is a Gold Medal winner of the Global Music Awards 2016 in California
J.S.Bach: Sonata for violin & keyboard, #4 in C minor, BWV 1017
Beethoven: Sonata for violin & piano, #6 in A major, Op. 30 No. 1
Clara Schumann: 3 Romances, Op. 22
Prokofiev: Sonata for violin & piano, #2 in D major, Op. 94a
The concert will be preceded by the AGM of Linlithgow Arts Guild (for members) at 7pm. We will be serving prosecco and chocolates in the interval!
Tickets £14, U26 £6, school pupils free. Click the button to book online.
Linlithgow Arts Guild is a voluntary organisation. Its aim is to “Bring Excellence in the Live Arts to Linlithgow”, and since 1969 we have had the privilege of promoting many fine performances by artists, ensembles and orchestras of world renown. The vast majority of performers are professional musicians who perform internationally. The concerts are open to everyone. Our programmes are varied and we hope to attract as many people as possible to spread the substantial costs of our events. Tickets for individual concerts are on sale to the general public for all of our events. We normally have around 200 season-ticket holders who comprise the membership. Our audience numbers have averaged around 200 in recent years, with nearly 400 for major events. We have sold tickets throughout Central Scotland, and sometimes further afield..