Trio Boyarsky returns to Sidmouth after NZ tour

PUBLISHED: 11:30 26 May 2011

Ben Baker, violin,  Amelia Jakobsson-Boyarsky (cello) and Konstantin Boyarsky (viola) make up Trio Boyarsky, playing at Sidmouth Parish Church on June 4

Ben Baker, violin, Amelia Jakobsson-Boyarsky (cello) and Konstantin Boyarsky (viola) make up Trio Boyarsky, playing at Sidmouth Parish Church on June 4

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Violinist Ben Baker in trio line-up for classical chamber music concert to aid Sidmouth Parish Church

A CONCERT of classical chamber music at Sidmouth Parish Church next week will help boost church funds.

By popular request, Ben Baker and Trio Boyarsky, will return to Sidmouth on Saturday, June 4, following their well-received recital last July.

Ben is already known to audiences locally and has been a frequent visitor to the town, as his grandmother, Cynthia Baker, has lived in Sidmouth since 1968. He and Trio Boyarsky are also well known to audiences internationally.

Ben studied at The Yehudi Menuhin School in Stoke d’Abernon, Surrey, and is currently completing his studies on a full scholarship at The Royal College of Music.

Since his concerto debut at 12, playing a Mozart Concerto in Istanbul, Ben has performed internationally and at the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Wigmore Hall.

He has been invited to play with international orchestras worldwide.

Ben plays violin with Trio Boyarsky, with Konstantin Boyarsky (viola) and Amelia Jakobsson-Boyarsky (cello), and the trio has received rave reviews and is much in demand internationally, having recently returned from concert tours of Scandinavia and New Zealand.

Both Konstantin Boyarsky and Amelia Jakobsson-Boyarsky have well-established international solo careers and Konstantin is the principal violist at the Royal Covent Garden Opera.

TheSidmouth concert starts at 8pm and the programme will include Beethoven’s Serenade in D major, op.8.

Tickets are £10, available from Paragon Books, High Street, or on the door. There will be an interval for refreshments.


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