Concert, 14th May 2023, 3pm

Natrio Trumpet Trio with Will Thomas, Joe Skypala and Nick Budd

  • St Nicholas Church, Church Street, Chiswick W4 2PJ
  • Sunday 14th May 2023, 3pm
  • Tickets £10 (Students £5) on the door
  • Stay afterwards for Tea and Cake – £5
  • All payments by cash or card

Programme to include:

  • Britten – ‘Fanfare for St Edmundsbury
  • J.S. Bach – Prelude & Fugue VII
  • Declan Molloy – World Premiere ‘Homages’
  • Debussy – ‘Girl with the Flaxen Hair’
  • Piazzolla – ‘Libertango’

We are extremely grateful to Charlotte Fraser for additional sponsorship for the musicians. All Profits to the St Nicholas Church Development Fund for restoration of the outside stonework

Natrio Trumpet Trio – Will Thomas, Joe Skypala and Nick Budd.

Recently formed, Natrio is an award-winning trumpet trio based in London. Specialising in the performance of both modern and natural trumpets, the ensemble was created to showcase the uniquely varied and dynamic repertoire for trumpet trio and was awarded First Prize in the 2022 Musicians’ Company Brass Ensemble Prize for their diverse programme of Donninger, Britten and Gubaidulina; now Musicians Company Artists.

Though relatively little-known, chamber music for three trumpets spans a wealth of musical styles and genres. From the ceremonial fanfares of the 17th Century to the experimental works of the 21st, Natrio’s performances draw on this exceptionally diverse repertoire to offer wide-ranging and vibrant musical experiences. As the group develops in the future, it is looking forward to expanding its repertoire by working with contemporary composers as well as building on their outreach work to offer their performances to as wide an audience as possible.

Formed while completing their studies at the Royal Academy of Music, Natrio is made up of three London-based freelance trumpeters. Its members currently play professionally in orchestras across the UK, including work with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera Glyndebourne Touring Opera and Southbank Sinfonia, while also performing regularly with chamber ensembles and as soloists. Two of the current members are fortunate enough to have been artists with the Charlotte Fraser Foundation.