The Annual
Friday 14th November at 1900hrs

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Friday 14th November at 1900hrs
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St John's Rd:
Trio Trois (flute, clarinet, piano) director Emma Hunt

Emma Hunt (clarinet),
Emma Lefroy (flute)
Heather Shannon (piano)



Debussy Afternoon of the faun, arranged by Webster for our trio.
Maurice Emmanuel Sonata for Flute, Clarinet and Piano op.11
Shostakovich Waltzes for flute, clarinet and piano
Lachlan Skipworth Ode, arr. for flute, clarinet and piano  
Florent Schmitt Sonatine for flute, clarinet and piano.
Jeff Manookian trio for flute clarinet and piano
John Clinton Grand Duo Concertante Op.43 for flute, clarinet and piano
Libby Larson Barn Dances 


About Trois

Trois trio was founded by Emma Hunt, clarinettist, and Heather Shannon, pianist, in 2009 to share their passion for chamber music. In the following years Trois trio won places at McDonald’s performing arts eisteddfod, performed at multiple functions and gave several sold out recitals across Sydney. Over the last 6 years Trois has evolved to include several new flautists and pianists, all of whom have added a new musical dimension to the trio. Currently the trio is back to the original founding members, Emma and Heather, with the exciting addition of Emma Lefroy, flautist.

Emma Hunt, clarinettist, graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor of Music Performance (Honours) in 2008, and a Master of Music Performance Research in 2011. Highlights of her 10 year career as a musician include receiving one of two places to undertake an exchange year at the
prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London (2007), performing 3 concertos with Sydney based orchestras (2009, 2010), touring to the US with the
Conservatorium of Music Chamber Orchestra as principal clarinet (2010) and performing as principal clarinettist in the Australian International Symphony Orchestra Institute (2011). In addition to this Emma has performed with the renowned Young Musician’s Symphony Orchestra of London, Sydney Sinfonia, SBS Youth Orchestra, and the Wollongong Symphony Orchestra, recorded music for short films and advertisements, premiered Australian works with Chronology Arts, received places in numerous eisteddfods and won several scholarships.

Emma Lefroy, flautist, grew up in Western Australia where she started playing flute and went to Perth Modern School on a music scholarship. She studied with James Kortum at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, completing a Bachelor of Music (Performance) with first class Honors in 2007, also gaining her AMus and LMus in these years. Emma has been played in multiple orchestras and chamber ensembles, including the Sydney Conservatorium Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Modern Music Ensemble, the SBS Youth Orchestra, the Western Australian Shell Orchestra and numerous community orchestras. She is currently employed as a full time musician in the Sydney Detachment of the Royal Australian Navy Band.

Heather Shannon, pianist, graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor of Music Performance in 2009. She was a member of Sydney Youth Orchestra as a violinist and pianist in 2006 and 2007, and has played with several other orchestras across Sydney, including the Splinter Orchestra, an electro-acoustic group that focuses on group improvisation. Currently Heather is a member of, and writer for, Sydney-based band The Jezabels. The Jezabels have released three EPs and two albums, and have been touring internationally for the past four years. As a member of The Jezabels Heather has performed in festivals across Europe, the UK and America, and supported bands such as Depeche Mode and The Pixies. The Jezabels, have been nominated for 11 Aria awards, winning one for Best Independent Artist, and have also won the Australian Music Prize and received two Rolling Stone awards. They are currently touring their second album internationally.



Past Events
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