Trinity Haydn Ensemble

ensemble

The Jessop Haydn Ensemble was formed as a collaborative project between the Haydn Society of Great Britain and the University of Sheffield in 2012. It offers young prospective professional musicians the opportunity to develop their skills in aspects of 18th – century performance practice through recording and performance.

Violin: Margarida Olivé Masdeu, Sam Giles; Viola: Matthew Appleyard, Jenny Hicken; Cello: Lucy Revis; Bass: Sophie Redfern; Flute: David Bramall; Oboe: Hannah Lewin, Caitlin Mockridge; Clarinet: Samuel Jones, Jonathan Read; Bassoon: Emily Hoggett; Horn: Tom James, Robin Gloor; Harpsichord: Fraser Wilson

The Trinity Haydn Ensemble was created in 2009 as part of a Haydn bicentennial collaborative project shared between members of Trinity College of Music and the Haydn Society of Great Britain.

Violin: Astghik Vardanyan, Rowan Bell, Lana Trotovsek, Zoe Robertson, Valtie Nunn; Viola: Victoria Rawlins, Simon Ballard; Cello: Steffan Rees, Alisa Liubarskaya; Bass: David Cousins; Flute: Fiona Kelly, Sabrina Sadorge; Oboe: Penelope Smith, Keita Kluchi; Clarinet: Jay Bevan, Charlotte Webber; Bassoon: Kati Lawrence; Horn: Alastair Steele, Edward Mills; Harpsichord: Claire Williams

On their Divine Art CD, both ensembles are conducted by Denis McCaldin.