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t Mary's Perivale


Wednesday June 24th 7.30 pm

David Malusa - piano recital

Beethoven: Piano sonata in A flat Op 110
Schumann: Three fantasy pieces Op 111
Stravinsky arr Agosti: Firebird Suite excerpts

The Alexandra Ensemble

Violin: Julia Burkert
Viola: John Byrne
Cello: Natalie Rozario
Bass: Liz Bradley
Flute: Janna Hueneke
Oboe : Sarah Devonald
Clarinet: Mark Lacey
Bassoon: Alec Forshaw
Horn: Lindsay Kempley
Piano: Paul Guinery

Spohr : Nonet in F Op 31
Beethoven : Quintet for piano and wind Op 16

Admission free with retiring collection. No tickets issued beforehand 

David Malusa was born in 1985 in Italy. He graduated in 2005 from the Conservatory of Vicenza with the highest score (10 cum laude). In 2005 and 2006 he studied with Leonid Margarius; from 2006 to 2008 he studied with Vincenzo Balzani. He subsequently completed the Masters in Music programme and the prestigious Artist Diploma Course at the Royal College of Music where he was taught by Niel Immelman and Vanessa Latarche. He has won numerous prizes at piano competitions, both national and international, including first prize at the international competition "Citta' di Cortemilia" in 2006, second prize at the international competition "Paul Hindemith" in Berlin in 2010 and first prize in the Jaques Samuel Pianos Intercollegiate Piano Competition 2010 in London. David has performed as a soloist in Italy, France, Great Britain, Germany, Czech Republic and Croatia. His debut recital at the Wigmore Hall in London received high praise from both the public and the critics and was recorded for “Mitchell Capitals Records”.

The Alexandra Ensemble of London have been working professionally for over ten years as soloists, chamber, orchestral and session musicians. Collectively they have studied at the UK's leading conservatoires including the Royal Academy of Music, The Royal College of Music, Trinity College of Music, the Royal Northern College of Music and the Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest. Its members have toured extensively throughout Europe, North America and Asia. They have worked with many eminent musicians such as Nigel Kennedy, Julian Lloyd Webber, Placido Domingo, Yehudi Menuhin. Their education work includes community recitals at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Arts, The Arts Forum at The Royal Marsden and programmes for primary schools.


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