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Work: Piano Trio no. 3 in C minor, Op.101

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeChamber
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SeattleHaydn, Blow, Purcell, Ravel, and Brahms

© Ken Dundas Photography
Haydn, Blow, Purcell, Ravel, Brahms
Paul Watkins; Alexander Kerr; Ben Bowman; Beth Guterman; Ani Aznavoorian

ParisMarie-Elisabeth Hecker en trio

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Andrew Shulman; Orion Weiss; Martin Chalifour; Lynn Harrell
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Ax/Kavakos/Ma: An all-star afternoon of Brahms

Leonidas Kavakos, Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma © Mark Allan | Barbican
All three of these musicians are virtuosic soloists in their own right, but here they became far more than the sum of their parts – graceful, poised, and sensitive.
*****
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Eclectic programme from the Vienna Piano Trio

Vienna Piano Trio © Nancy Horowitz
Mixed performances from this well-known ensemble, but overall fine playing that showcased the genius of Haydn and beauty of Frank Bridge.
****1
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London Mozart Trio play Brahms, Shostakovich and Schubert at very short notice

The scheduled programme had included Trios by Debussy and Chaminade, and I’d done my homework so that at least I’d have some idea about what was what. But very unfortunately the Fiorini Trio had had to cancel at very short notice - so it was extraordinary that the concert took place at all, thanks to the London Mozart Trio standing in.

Ma, Ax et Kavakos : trio béni en terres brahmsiennes

Yo-Yo Ma © Jason Bell
Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax et Leonidas Kavakos dans les Trios de Brahms à la Philharmonie : un trio de choc pour un concert d'une qualité rare, de très haute volée, où le plaisir du plublic semble égaler celui des musiciens. 
*****
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Les Trios en terres brahmsiennes, ou l'équilibre malgré tout

Michael Barenboïm © Janine Escher
C'est dans le monde fascinant des trois Trio pour piano et cordes de Brahms que nous plonge le concert de ce soir, servi par Elena Bashkirova au piano, son fils Michael Barenboïm au violon et Julian Steckel au violoncelle. Si cette musique reste d'une très haute inspiration, l'interprétation s'avére parfois boitillante.
***11
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