Mozart Trio in B flat
Mendelssohn Trio in C minor
Dvořák Trio in F minor
Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2012, the Busch Trio has rapidly become one of Europe’s leading piano trios, regularly performing at many of the world’s most renowned venues, including Wigmore Hall, the Konzerthaus Berlin and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Its long-awaited Temple Music debut includes a trio that is commonly regarded as Mozart’s greatest work in the form and another which is said to include the finest qualities of Mendelssohn's immaculate art. Finally, the Busch, who have recorded all of Dvořák’s chamber music for piano ensemble, will play his landmark trio, which marks a turning point in the composer’s approach towards a more Brahmsian style.
This concert is generously supported by Bruce Harris
"They offer us a first-rate technical achievement: clarity, accuracy, balance ... musicians sure of their stylistic choice, made of elegance, of sobriety in the effects, but of commitment in the expression. Adolf Busch would certainly be proud to have lent them his name."Crescendo Magazine