Saturday 30th October 2021

Isimsiz Piano Trio

Schubert - Nocturne in E flat D.897

Rihm Fremde - Szene III

Beethoven - Piano Trio in D, Op. 70 No. 1 "The Ghost"

Korngold - Piano Trio in D, Op.1 

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Formed in 2009 at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, in 2015 the Trio Isimsiz won 1st Prize and the Audience Prize at the Trondheim Competition, and in 2017 2nd Prize at the Haydn Competition in Vienna. The Trio was selected for representation by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) between 2013 and 2018, and in February 2018 won a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship Award.

The Trio performs widely in Europe, with highlights including recitals at the Trondheim, Stavanger, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, and Peasmarsh Festivals (broadcast by BBC Radio 3), the Kölner Philharmonie, Tivoli Concert Hall, Théâtre des Abbesses in Paris, Fundación Juan March in Madrid and Marianischer-Saal in Lucerne. Further afield, they have toured in China and Argentina.

The Trio Isimsiz are currently Fellows at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. They have collaborated with Anthony Marwood, Krysztof Chorzelski, Richard Lester and Aleksander Madzar and attended IMS Prussia Cove working with Ferenc Rados.

Recent highlights include performances at Wigmore Hall, Jersey Arts Centre the Beethoven-Haus Bonn, Aldeburgh Festival’s Schubertiade, Wigmore Hall, the Sage Gateshead, Kettle’s Yard Cambridge, and Hannover Chamber Music Society and Ettlingen Schlosskonzerte, broadcast on SWR Radio. They made their debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra in May 2019, performing Beethoven’s Triple Concerto at the Brighton Festival.

 

Following their debut recording of Brahms, Takemitsu and Beethoven, they released their second disc for Rubicon of works by Fauré, Schubert and Brahms in September 2020. The disc was warmly described by The Strad as "an eagerly anticipated follow up to an impressive debut... it fully meets the high bar set by its predecessor, seamlessly picking up the latter's threads of softly measured romance and taut poise".

Credit: Kaupo Kikkas