Alison Kelly emerged from the Royal Academy of Music with the highest violin award, the Marjory Hayward Prize. She studied with Ralph Holmes and Emanuel Hurwitz and in Australia with Nelli Skolnikova and won many awards and fellowships including the Countess of Munster and Ian Fleming Charitable Trust. In a diverse and flourishing career she leads and directs as soloist the chamber orchestra of the City of London Sinfonia, English Classical Players and Vivaldi Concertante.
After ten years Alison Kelly left Triangulus. Lyn and Alison (cello) invited Roland Roberts to complete the Hummel Piano Trio series.
Madeleine Mitchell joined Triangulus in 2000 for recitals in London and Oxford and to record the CD of three Hummel violin and piano sonatas and the variation for cello and piano, all researched from archive material at the Bodleian and British Libraries. If you have not heard this recording you have never heard this music.