Live Music Now at Southbank Centre featuring Jacquin Trio


Join us at the Southbank Centre on 16 April 2016 for a free family performance by LMN ensemble Jacquin Trio

11-11.45am, Saturday 16 April 2016
Southbank Centre, Festival Hall Central Bar
Free - No booking required

Programme to include Schumann's Märchenerzählungen and Françaix's Trio for clarinet, viola and piano

Jacquin Trio's free forty-five minute performance takes place just before the Menuhin Violin Competition's Family Concert in Royal Festival Hall featuring Orpheus Sinfonia with Thomas Carroll conductor joined by contestants and a juror of the Menuhin Competition. For tickets and more information about the Menuhin Competition Family Concert, please click here.


Kay Stephen viola/violin     Jessie Grimes clarinet      Charis Hanning piano

Featured in Classical Music Magazine as one of the "front runners taking to the chamber music stage", the Jacquin trio are emerging as persuasive advocates for their distinctive combination of clarinet, viola and piano.

Since winning the St Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Music Competition 2012 and becoming Making Music artists, the trio have performed extensively in well-known venues across the UK. Their musicianship has been recognised with awards from the Banff Centre, the Park Lane Group, the 19th International Chamber Music Competition in Thessaloniki, the Royal College of Music and the Tunnell Trust.

Through their long and ongoing association with Live Music Now they have enjoyed many residencies in care homes, special need schools as well as one off creative projects.

"...scintillating good fun! Great piece! Awesome performance!” The Calgary Herald

For more information on LMN's Menuhin Centenary celebration, click here.