Tunnell Trust Award Winners - Rosanna Ter-Berg & Leo Nicholson

Municipal Hall
23 March 2017 08:00 PM


LEO NICHOLSON           piano

Rosanna Ter BergLeo Nicholson


Jacques IBERT           Jeux

Francis POULENC     Sonata

Andre JOLIVET          Chant des Linos

Ian Clarke                 Zoom Tube

Alfredo CASELLA     Sicilienne et Burlesque

César FRANK           Sonata


Before graduating with Distinction in 2011 from Trinity Laban, Rosanna was at the University of Leeds, studying with Linda Verrier at the Royal Northern College of Music, and graduating with a First Class BMus. degree. The third year of her degree was spent studying at the Strasbourg Conservatoire, one of France's principal music colleges.

Rosanna is an artist for the Park Lane Group, the Countess of Munster Recital Scheme, Live Music Now, a Tunnell Trust winner, and in 2012 she won the Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists from Making Music. She was selected for the London Sinfonietta Academy 2012 and performed with the London Sinfonietta at the BBC Proms.

Rosanna has performed live on BBC Radio 3 and Radio Classica (Spain), and recorded music for films, Channel 4 and the BBC. She has performed in the UK's most prestigious venues, including Wigmore Hall, the Bridgewater Hall and the Purcell Room, where she received a standing ovation.

Leo Nicholson is a versatile pianist who works predominantly as a chamber musician and accompanist. He appears often with flautist Rosanna Ter-Berg, saxophonist Anthony Brown or hiding amongst five other pianists at Piano Circus. 



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