Schubert. Trio in B flat, D.471
Dohnányi. Serenade, Op.10
Mozart. Divertimento in E flat K.563
Mozart’s K.563 Divertimento is the greatest and most perfect of all works in the comparatively slender repertoire for string trio.
On a less exalted plane, but scarcely less enjoyable, are Schubert’s early single-movement trio D.471, and Dohnányi’s brilliantly inventive Serenade – a piece once made famous by Heifetz, Primrose and Piatigorsky.
Pre-concert talk by Misha Donat 6.15pm