The Rossetti Ensemble is a piano quartet consisting of pianist John Lenehan, violinist Sara Trickey, violist Sarah-Jane Bradley, and cellist Tim Lowe.
Formed in 2018, the group is known for its flexibility and ability to collaborate with other instrumentalists and singers to create diverse programs. In addition to the standard piano quartet repertoire, the Rossetti Ensemble has recently commissioned a transcription of Ravel's Tombeau de Couperin for oboe and piano quartet and has future projects planned that include a blend of Bach and Piazzolla.
The group has released three CDs on Toccata Classics.
Sara Trickey is a former member of the Brontë Quartet and currently performs with the Odysseus Piano Trio and the Joachim String Trio. She is known for her refined tone and passion in both her solo and chamber music performances and has recorded duo works by Mathias and Schubert.
Sarah-Jane Bradley is a violist who is known for promoting new works for the viola and has worked with the Philharmonia, Hallé, and BBC Symphony Orchestra, among others. She has recorded CDs for Hyperion, Chandos, Naxos, and Dutton Epoch and is a member of the Leopold String Trio, Sorrel Quartet, Fidelio Piano Quartet, and London Soloists Ensemble.
Tim Lowe is a cellist who has played as a soloist and chamber musician across Europe and the UK and is a Professor of Cello at the Guildhall. He is also the Artistic Director of the York Chamber Music Festival.
John Lenehan is a pianist who has recorded over 70 CDs and is known for his work as a soloist and chamber musician, as well as his compositions and arrangements. He frequently collaborates with artists such as Tasmin Little and Emma Johnson.