A EUROPEAN trio of highly talented classical musicians will perform in a free recital next month.

Isobel Warmelink, violinist, Madeleine Doucot, cellist, and Callum McLachlan, pianist, who attend Mozarteum University Salzburg, will recite movements by Beethoven and Brahms as part of Rhyl Music Club's online series during the coronavirus lockdown.

Warmelink was born in Rotterdam and has played regularly with the Concertegebouw in Europe, USA and Japan. She has given solo performances with orchestras including the Royal Conservatoire Orchestra and Sinfonia Rotterdam.

Doucot is a Parisian studying in Austria who is much involved in chamber music and has been winning music prizes since she was 10 years old, currently principal cellist of the Attergauer Jugendsinfonie Orchestra.

McLachlan, who studied at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester, has won first-place prizes in the Welsh International Piano Competition, Youth Scottish International Piano Competition and the RNCM Chopin Competition. He is already known to RMC after performing a Beethoven and Mozart concerto in Rhyl, while younger sister Rose took part in the first concert in October.

The trio will perform the Beethoven’s Archduke trio movements 1 and 2, and Brahms C minor trio movements 3 and 4.

An RMC spokesperson said: “We are confident that these young musicians will make a considerable mark in the future but this concert will assure you that they are already a group of significance.”

The show takes place on March 10 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

For more information and to book visit www.rhylmusic.com