March 2010 – Lakeside Trio Residency

Lakeside Trio Residency


20th-22nd March 2010


The first visit through the link established between the Jersey Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama involved the outstanding Lakeside Piano Trio, one of the Guildhall’s leading postgraduate chamber ensembles, and comprised the following activities:


for violin, cello and piano

5pm, Saturday 20th March 2010, Jersey Academy of Music


with Lakeside Trio pianist Prach Boondiskulchok

Georgina Sutton, piano

Maria Le Brun, piano

Alexander Cornish, piano

Lucy Osborne, piano

Violin and Cello

with Lakeside Trio violinist Chihiro Ono and cellist Vladimir Waltham

Christopher Simmonds, cello

Rebecca Wijsmuller, cello

Philip Beaugie, violin

Lucy Le Marquand, violin


7pm, Sunday 21st March 2010, Jersey Academy of Music


Piano Trio in E flat op.1 no. 1………………… Ludwig Van Beethoven

Fourteen Little Pictures………………………………….James MacMillan

Piano Trio in C minor op.66 …………………………Felix Mendelssohn






11am, Monday 22nd March 2010, Jersey College for Girls

The Lakeside Trio also performed for sixth-form students from Jersey College for Girls and Victoria College to complete their programme of activities on the island.  This concert presented an exploration of the piano trio from the Baroque period to the present day, through music by Corelli, Haydn, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and finally MacMillan.



The Lakeside Trio
Prach Boondiskulchok, piano
Chihiro Ono, violin
Vladimir Waltham, cello

The Lakeside Trio formed in October 2007. The Trio has given numerous concerts throughout the UK and Europe. In May 2008 it was selected to participate in the Tunnell Trust’s ‘Showcase for Young Musician’ course where 5 selected chamber groups attended and performed concerts. Since then it has been awarded scholarships to attend masterclasses with maestri Ferenc Rados, András Keller, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Marta Gulyás. The Trio has been semi-finalist in major international competitions, and a prize-winner at the Johannes Brahms Competition in Pörtschach (Austria). Much as the repertoire is built on works of the past great composers, the Trio is also keen to work in partnership with contemporary composers and has commissioned works from the Spanish composer Oscar Colomina Bosch.