The Dublin Trio:Ella Nagy (Piano), Schuyler Lillian Perry (Cello) & Andrew Sheeran (Violin)Anton Arenksy Piano Trio in d minor, No. 1, Op. 32Sergei Rachmaninoff Trio élégiaque in g minor, No. 1 Dmitri Shostakovich Duets from Op. 98Ella NagyHungarian born pianist, Ella Nagy has just finished her 2nd year of the Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance in the Royal Irish Academy of Music. First prize winner of this year’s Maura Dowdall Senior Solo Competition, Ella is currently preparing for her national debut as soloist with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra in the National Concert Hall, Dublin. In August of this year, Ella will be touring the United States as a solo artist, giving concerts in the state of Florida. Studying with Professor Lance Coburn, Ella is expanding repertoire both as a soloist and as a chamber musician. Schuyler Lillian PerrySchuyler Lillian Perry, New York City native, is an international cello soloist, and chamber musician. She holds degrees in performance and pedagogy from the Juilliard School of Music, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and is currently doing her post-graduate work at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She is studying under the tutelage of William Butt, and has previously studied with Dr. Darrett Adkins, Dr. Melissa Kraut, and Hans Jensen. Ms. Perry has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States, Ireland, England and the Czech Republic. She has performed masterclasses for many renowned musicians, including Itzhak Perlman, Peter Wiley, Richard Harwood, Yo-Yo Ma, Zuill Bailey and Joel Krosnick. Ms. Perry was most recently awarded the first prize in the string solo division of the Maura Dowdall Solo Competition, and enjoys her work as Head of the John Lynch Quartet Program at the Royal Irish Academy of Music.Andrew SheeranAs a freelance violinist, Andrew Sheeran has worked with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Camerata Ireland and Cork Baroque Orchestra amongst other ensembles. He is also a member of contemporary group Glasshouse, performing at various festivals including as a headline act at Another Love Story. Following undergraduate studies at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, he studied with Katherine Hunka on the ICO led MA in Music Performance, and is currently studying part-time with Sarah Sew at RIAM. He has participated in masterclasses with Maxim Vengerov, Carolin Widmann, Maria Milstein, Tim Vogler and others. As a violin teacher, he has worked for the Dublin Youth Orchestra, IWAMD at University of Limerick and on RIAM’s Orchestral Manoeuvres. In September he will begin teaching on a new beginner violin course at RIAM.