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The Havvah Trio:
Mikhail Glinka Trio Pathetique in D minor
IV. Allegro con Spirito
Johannes Brahms Trio in A minor Op.114.
III. Andante Grazioso
Sofia Gubaidulina - Chaconne
Madelaine Jones - Transcription on two themes by Purcell
J.S. Bach - Partita in A Minor, BWV 827
Louise Farrenc - Air Russe Varié, op. 17
Madelaine Jones is a London-based pianist and writer. She was the winner of the Gladys Puttick Extemporisation Competition 2012 along with duo partner and dancer Adam Russell, and was awarded an LCM London Schools and Teachers Award in 2011. Madelaine also has a passion for ensemble playing, duetting with soloists and working with choirs from an early age: her choral accompaniment experience has included working alongside the BBC Singers, the Medway Singers and the Walderslade Primary School Choir. Madelaine has a particular interest in early keyboard music and instruments, previously studying harpsichord with James Johnstone via an Early Music Scholarship at Trinity Laban. She has performed as a harpsichordist and chamber organist with the Trinity Laban Baroque Orchestra and Vocal Ensemble in the Greenwich International Early Music Festival.
As a soloist, Madelaine is a previous winner of the Medway Young Musicians Awards, and the under-16s category of the Kent Messenger's Focus competition, judged by Jools Holland. She has also participated in masterclasses with numerous renowned keyboardists, including Pascal Rogé Cristina Ortiz, Richard Meyrick and Ronan O’Hora. At present, Madelaine is currently attending Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, studying piano and improvisation with Penelope Roskell and Douglas Finch respectively.
Madelaine is also a keen writer, having reviewed for Bachtrack, guest-posted on the Cross-Eyed Pianist blog and Zeitschichten, and written poetry: a winning entrant in the Foyle Young Poets Awards 2008, Madelaine has since been published in e-zines and magazines such as Pomegranate and Popshot.
For more information about Madelaine, and upcoming recitals, please visit her website at www.madelainejones.co.uk.