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Jacqueline Seki
Music

An Evening of Student Music

7 March, 8pm (doors open at 7.30pm)

Join us for a special concert in the Kettle’s Yard house where we will be showcasing musical talent from students of the University of Cambridge.

Book Now £12 (£5 Students), booking required

Jacqueline Seki, violin
Hebe Kan, harp
Lucca Piano Trio: Imaan Kashim, violin, Raphael Herberg, cello, Sohan Kalirai, piano

Programme

Jacqueline Seki and Hebe Kan playing:

Saint-Saens: Fantasy for Violin and Harp, Op.124
Bach: Prelude from Violin Partita No.3 in E major
Ysaye: Violin Sonata, Op.27, No.2
David Snell: Intrada and Waltz

Interval

Lucca Piano Trio playing:

Grieg Piano Trio EG 116
Smetana Piano Trio Op.15

About Jacqueline Seki (violin) and Hebe Kan (harp)

Mutsuki (Jacqueline) is a third-year Music student at Clare College, supported by a scholarship from the Tazaki Foundation. She was the prize winner of the CUMS Concerto Competition 2022 and Leader of the Cambridge University Orchestra 2021-2023.

Hebe is a first year Music student at Trinity College who has already enjoyed success in international competitions and released a first CD.

Hebe Kan

About the Lucca Piano Trio

Imaan Kashim (violin), Raphael Herberg (cello) and Sohan Kalirai (piano)

This trio from St John’s (Imaan and Sohan) and Clare (Raphael) Colleges have been playing together for just a year. During the summer, they participated in the Virtuoso & Belcanto Festival, where they received coaching from Alain Meunier, Luc-Marie Aguera, Bruno Giuranna, Adrian Brendel and Jan Bjoranger, and competed in the Chamber Music Competition, performing works by Smetana and Ives. The Trio plays as part of the University’s Instrumental Awards for Chamber Music Scheme, from which they receive professional tuition.