Trio Atem perform new piece by MA composers

We’ve had a great couple of days with Trio Atem in residence, giving a concert and working with our MA composers. On Wednesday evening they performed pieces by Nina Whiteman, Pia Palme, and Matthew Sergeant in the MTC. The following day they worked with MA composers on pieces written specially for the trio. The varied selection of pieces included work by Michael Guinn, Richard Hughes, Alex Mah, Polly Andrews, David May, Robert Green and Lois Wyatt. It was great to work with Nina, Alice and Gavin.

 

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