Ensemble Türk
Carole Cerasi fortepiano
Pavlo Beznosiuk violin
Richard Tunnicliffe cello

Carole Cerasi formed her own Ensemble Türk in 1999. The ensemble takes its name from Daniel Gottlob Türk (1750 – 1813), composer and author of a celebrated treatise on classical keyboard playing. A flexible group using original instruments with the classical trio format at its centre, its performances have included the prestigious Sunday morning Coffee Concerts series at the Wigmore Hall in London, also recorded by the BBC, and the Zürich Tonhalle.


Sample Programme


John Baptist CRAMER (1771-1858):
Sonate I en ré majeur  tirée de 'Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte; with
  Accompaniments for a violin or flute & violoncello ad Libitum' Op. 9 (London 1793)
  Allegro Moderato - Larghetto - Allegretto ma non troppo

Johann Peter SALOMON (1745-1815):
Sonate II en si bémol majeur tirée de 'Six Solos for a Violin and Violoncello'  (London 1785)
  Allegro non troppo - Romance. Andante - Tempo di Minuetto. Grazioso

Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) arrangé par Salomon:
Sinfonia XI en ré tirée de 'Haydn's Celebrated Symphonies Composed for &
  Performed at Mr Salomons Concert, Hanover Square. Adapted for the Piano Forte with
  an Accompaniment for a Violin & Violoncello, ad Libitum' (London 1798)
  Adagio - Presto - Andante - Minuetto. Allegretto - Trio - Vivace

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827):
Trio en sol majeur Op.1 No.2
  Adagio-Allegro vivace - Largo con espressione - Scherzo - Finale: Presto