Linos Piano Trio

Saturday 15th February 2025, 7.30pm

Konrad Elias-Trostmann, violin
Vladimir Waltham, cello
Prach Boondiskulchok, piano

Steibelt: Rondo Pastorale
Beethoven: Piano Trio in D major (Ghost)
Hensel: Piano Trio op 11
Dukas: L’Apprenti Sorcier, arr.

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Praised for their “slow-burning, gripping performance” by The Strad, and “virtuosity, presence of mind, and wit” by the Süddeutsche Zeitung, the Linos Piano Trio has earned international acclaim for its unique and innovative style. First Prize winners of the chamber music category of the German Record Critics Prize (2021), the Trio’s accolades include First Prize and Audience Prize of the Prize of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition (2015), the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Albert and Eugenie Frost Prize (2014), and multiple five-star reviews for their album releases.

The rich cultural and artistic backgrounds of the three musicians contribute to the Linos Piano Trio’s colourful and distinctive musical voice. Their seven languages, five nationalities, and breadth of specialisms ranging from historical performance to new music, contribute to their multifaceted and personal performances. Alongside the ensemble’s commitment to the genre’s masterpieces, Linos expands the repertoire by championing hidden gems and creating new trio transcriptions.

The Linos Piano Trio’s reputation has taken it to prestigious stages and festivals internationally, including London’s Southbank Centre, Barbican and Wigmore Halls, Melbourne Recital Centre, MA Festival Bruges, and Les Heures Musicales Haut-Anjou. Since 2019, the Trio has directed the Linos Festival in Cologne: an annual chamber music festival where the trio is joined by other musicians, expanding programmes and concepts beyond the trio repertoire, and creating gripping concert experiences.