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The Jemur Trio



Rachmaninov, Piano Trio No. 1. in G minor
Shostakovich, Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor
Piazzolla, “Winter” from Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Mendelssohn, Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor

Violinist Egle Jarkova, cellist Edevaldo Mulla, and pianist Rui Urayama are top prizewinners at many international competitions and have earned numerous awards in Europe, Asia and the USA. Pianist Ms. Urayama was a winner of the PTNA 2013 Competition, a 2nd Prize winner at the Chopin International Competition in the USA, and a Churchill Competition recipient in Boston among other achievements; she has performed with Tokyo, Kyoto, and Perugia Orchestras. Violinist Ms. Jarkova is an active soloist, teacher and chamber musician. She has won Boston Conservatory Chamber and String Departments Honors Competitions, is a recipient of the Queen Morta Premium Laureate, has performed with Albanian National Radio and TV Orchestra, and is the founder and artistic director of the International Summer Music Festival “Vivace Vilnius” in Lithuania. Cellist Mr. Mulla was principal cellist at the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra, a cello teacher at the Art School in Tirana, and has performed solo and chamber music recitals in Albania, Italy, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania, and the USA.

The Jemur Piano Trio was formed in January 2012, handpicked to play the Tchaikovsky Piano Trio for six Boston Conservatory Dance Concerts, with world premiere choreography by the Boston Ballet’s Daniel Pelzer. These performances were so well-received, and the three musicians so enjoyed their collaboration, that they decided to perform together and explore the vast repertoire for piano trio. They made their concert debut in an all-Russian program in 2012 at the St. Botolph Club in Boston, and they toured and performed in Italy, Lithuania, and Albania. Last year Jemur Piano Trio performed at the Ellingwood Chapel Concert Series in Nahant, at the Crowell Chapel Concert Series presented by the Historic Manchester Trust, at the Museum of Fine Arts, at The Boston Conservatory, and they are actively arranging concerts for next season and a trip to Japan. The Jemur Trio is an honor ensemble of The Boston Conservatory, and they are coached by cellist Rhonda Rider and pianist Michael Lewin. Next year Ms. Jarkova will be attending Boston University (MM), Ms. Urayama will be earning her Artist Diploma at The Boston Conservatory, and Mr. Mulla will be a teaching assistant at the University of South Florida.

Donations to support the International Summer Music Festival “Vivace Vilnius” in Lithuania will be accepted at the concert.