Sara Trickey and Ivana Gavric | Crewkerne, 16 March 2024
16 March 2024 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm£18
Sara Trickey, violin
Ivana Gavrić, piano
Mozart Violin Sonata No 21, E minor, K 304
Poulenc Sonata for violin and piano, FP 119
Brahms Hungarian Dance No 2 in D minor
Beethoven Sonata No 5, Op 24, Spring
Ravel Violin Sonata No 2 in G major
Saturday 16 March, 7.30PM
The Dance House, Gouldsbrook View, North Street, Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18 7AL
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Alternative concert dates
Friday 15 March, 11.30AM
Bridport: Mozart, Beethoven and Ravel
Tickets for Bridport are not for sale via this booking site.
Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR
Box Office: 01308 424901
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South Street, Bucky Doo Square, Bridport, DT6 3LF
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Tickets can be bought on the door from 11am, by card only.
Friday 15 March, 7.30PM
Ilminster Arts Centre, East Street, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19 0AN
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We welcome two more wonderful musicians to Concerts in the West.
Sara Trickey enjoys an exciting and diverse career as a solo violinist and chamber musician. Noted for her “fiery and passionate” performances (The Strad) and her “beautifully refined tone” (Musical Opinion). Sara studied with Camilla Wicks and also was very much influenced by her studies at IMS Prussia Cove. She read Classics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and this continues to be a passion.
Born into a musical family in Sarajevo and raised in the UK, Ivana Gavrić studied at the University of Cambridge and at the Royal College of Music. Her playing has been described as “altogether of an extraordinary calibre” (BBC Music Magazine) and “notable for its beautiful sound, musical integrity and introspection” (The Independent).