STELLA MARIS TRIOOperatic trio (soprano, mezzo-soprano and piano/organ) available to hire for concerts and other events.
Stella Maris Trio is an ensemble formed by three professional musicians living in Devon and Somerset. The trio members are graduates of the best European music institutions such as the Academy of Music in Milan, Oxford University and the Royal Northern College of Music; our youngest member Victoria will begin her postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music, London.
The musicians have an extensive performing experience in the UK and abroad. The combination of two different voice types, soprano and mezzo-soprano accompanied by piano/organ, gives a rich range of concert repertoire to perform, including various arias and duets for singers and piano solo pieces. Although working collectively as an ensemble, each member is also represented as a soloist.
Yes of course! Just get in touch and discuss the repertoire you’d like for your special day etc. and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Again, yes of course! Just get in touch regarding the nature of the performance and we will gladly respond.
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