One of Britain’s most exciting pianists, Anna Tilbrook, together with Elise Båtnes and Louisa Tuck (Leader, and Principal Cellist of the Oslo Philharmonic), performs a repertoire of Clara Schumann and Rebecca Clarke piano trios.

Anna Tilbrook

Anna Tilbrook studied music at York University and at the Royal Academy of Music with Julius Drake, where she was awarded a Fellowship and in 2009 became an Associate. She also won many major international accompaniment prizes. She made her debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1999 and has since become a regular performer at Europe’s major concert halls and festivals. Anna has collaborated with many leading singers and instrumentalists in both live performance and recordings.

Elise Båtnes

Elise Båtnes appeared as a soloist with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra for the first time when she was ten, and has since performed as a soloist with all the Norwegian and many international symphony orchestras. She is leader and first violinist at the Oslo Philharmonic.

Louisa Tuck

Louisa Tuck studied with Paul Watkins and Philip Sheppard at the Royal Academy of Music, and in 2011 was honoured with an ARAM award for her work in the music profession. She was Principal cello of the Royal Northern Sinfonia 2007−2015, and currently serves in that role for the Oslo Philharmonic. She has also performed and recorded as a soloist.