Brahms: Piano Trios Vol. 1, Op. 36 & 87

‘One admires the balance and fluidity, which allow the phrases to flow naturally and to bounce from one desk to the next in a captivating spirit of chase.’  ***** Classica

‘The Greenwich Trio do a splendid job … these fine performances deserve repeated listening. ‘
***** BBC Music Magazine

‘… executed to perfection by the Greenwich Trio …’
Audio Video Club of Atlanta

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The award-winning Greenwich Trio, comprising Slovenian violinist Lana Trotovšek, Canadian cellist Heather Tuach and Japanese pianist Yoko Misumi, makes its debut on Linn with a recording of Brahms Piano Trios.

Pairing Op. 36 with Op. 87, this is the first instalment in a complete trios cycle. Although a string sextet in its original Brahmsian guise, Op. 36 was brilliantly arranged for piano trio by Theodor Kirchner, a contemporary and friend of Johannes. The second of Brahms’s three trios, Op. 87 is a mature work which sees the composer at the height of his compositional writing. Its highly Romantic leaning combined with its Classical structure calls for the sort of sharp skills the Greenwich Trio has in abundance.

Having delighted audiences throughout Europe (Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, London’s Kings Place, Rheingau Musik Festival, among others) this debut is eagerly-awaited.

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