Sara Trickey, violin – From an Empty Room

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PERFORMANCE: ٭٭٭٭٭ / RECORDING: ٭٭٭٭٭ (BBC Music Magazine)
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Sara Trickey violin

From an Empty Room
Released 21 October 2022
Available as a DigiSleeve CD and on all digital platforms

Isaac ALBÉNIZ (1860–1909)
1. Suite española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 5, Asturias (Leyenda) (1886) (arr. Jane Gillie)

Bjarne BRUSTAD (1895–1978)
2. Fanitulsuite: I. Hildring: Lento (1946)

Georg Philipp TELEMANN (1681–1767)
3. Fantasie No. 1 in B flat Major, TWV 40:14

Sally BEAMISH (b. 1956)
4. The Wise Maid (1998) *

James Francis BROWN (b. 1969)
5. Soliloquy (2020) *

Errollyn WALLEN (b. 1958)
6. Bertha (2021) * (also released as a single on 7 October)
Rosie Bergonzi handpan
(Music originally commissioned by the Joffrey Ballet for the dance film Bertha with choreography and direction by Cathy Marston)

David MATTHEWS (b. 1943)
7. 15 Preludes, Op. 132: No. 12: Luminoso (2014)

Lyell CRESSWELL (1944–2022)
8. Lento (1994) *

Sergey PROKOFIEV (1891–1953)
9–11. Violin Sonata in D major, Op. 115 (1947)

Aleksey IGUDESMAN (b. 1973)
12. Applemania (2009)

Première recordings *

Track 6 recorded at Soundhouse Studios, London, UK, 13 March 2021 by Gerry O’Riordan and produced by Errollyn Wallen
All other tracks recorded at the Church of the Ascension, Plumstead, London, 24–25 and 28 February 2022 by John Croft (Chiaro Audio)
and produced by Jeremy Hayes
24bit high resolution recording, editing and mastering

1CD DigiSleeve

Press Quotes

Trickey has curated a wonderfully ‘eclectic and unusual’ album… Trickey’s Telemann is authoritative and stylish, and her Prokofiev is ebullient… this idiomatic work [Wallen: ‘Bertha’] is a welcome addition to the repertoire… (PERFORMANCE: ٭٭٭٭٭ / RECORDING: ٭٭٭٭٭ BBC Music Magazine)

Overall, this is a fascinating survey of varied solo violin repertoire, and speaks of intense commitment and a desire to communicate, as well as clear virtuosic command from Trickey.” (Classical Notes)

“…elegant account of Prokofiev’s late solo sonata and some simply eloquent Telemann” (Album Weekly Pick, The Guardian)