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Free musical recital given by Gokotta Trio
A short recital given by Gokotta Trio.
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Märchenerzählungen, Op. 132
Lebhaft, nicht zu schnell
Lebhaft und sehr markiert
Ruhiges Tempo, mit zartem Ausdruck
Lebhaft, sehr markiert
Max Bruch (1838-1920)
Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano, Op. 83 (Selections)
II. Allegro con moto
V. Rumänische Melodie: Andante
VI. Nachtgesang: Andante con moto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
“Kegelstatt” Trio in E flat major, K. 498
Andante - Menuetto - Rondeaux: Allegretto
Gokotta Trio is a London-based clarinet, viola, and piano trio, established by three talented musicians from the Royal Academy of Music, who are currently in their second year of the undergraduate degree. They are enthusiastic about exploring diverse repertoire in order to introduce this type of lesser-known ensemble to a wider range of audience.
Stefan Bulyha (clarinet) grew up in Rivne, Ukraine. During his studies at the College, he participated in more than 20 competitions, where he became a winner or laureate. Currently, Stefan is studying with Chris Richards under a double scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music. In 2022, Stefan successfully performed the UK premier of Vitaliy Hubarenko’s “Aria” for clarinet and string orchestra in Royal Festival Hall with the London Contemporary Orchestra. Additionally, Stefan became a scholar of Hattori Foundation, Drake Calleja trust and Talent Unlimited.
Eugenia Garcia Cuesta (viola) was born and raised in Asturias, Spain, and is currently studying at the Royal Academy of Music in the class of Ashan Pillai. She started playing the viola when her brother introduced her to the instrument and promptly started her studies at her local conservatory. As she grew up, she has taken part in music festivals in Germany and New York.
Pei-En Wu (piano) is a Taiwanese pianist currently studying with Ian Fountain at the Royal Academy of Music. Having played the piano since the age of four, Pei-En has been a laureate of various competitions. In 2020, she won the third prize at the National Student Competition of Music in Taiwan, following with her public recital debut later the year. Despite being born in Taiwan, Pei-En grew up in Shanghai and has performed in some major concert venues across the city, including the Shanghai Symphony Hall and the Oriental Arts Center.