Russain Classical Giants of Two Centuries by Brahms Trio

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«The play of Brahms Trio is remarkable for exquisiteness and subtlety of each minor detail, precision of the general idea and powerful personal energy of the performers...»
Rudolf Barshai

«The center of the evening was Tchaikovsky... Free instrumental belcanto, rhythmically perfectly played fuga was engraved on the memory of the audience. The audience was stunned and silent for a long while and then burst into applause»
«Passauer Neuer Press»

«The Brahms Trio gave wonderful reading, totally aware of all the irony, bitterness and humour in the score of Shostakovich’s op. 67»
«The Stradivary» (The Strad) Magazine

A winner of the 13th International Chamber Music Competition in Trapani (Italy, 1993) and the 1st International Joseph Joachim Chamber Music Competition in Weimar (Germany, 1996), Brahms Trio is Russia's only chamber ensemble having performed at Grand Hall of Brucknerhaus in Austria and the Cemal Reşit Rey Grand Hall in Istanbul, and the first group of secular music performers who gave a recital at the center of Russian Orthodoxy – the Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra (monastery). This is the only chamber music ensemble in the world, two members of which won the first prizes at the most prestigious Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow.

Brahms Trio has been performing with invariable success in the best venues of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Brussels, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb, Istanbul, Rome, Melbourne, Seoul, and others. Brahms Trio has worked with outstanding musicians such as Galina Pisarenko, Hibla Gerzmava, Karmen Balthrop, Anya Fidelia, Yana Ivanilova, Julian Milkis, to name a few. The discography of Brahms Trio includes works by Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Pabst, Arensky, Glinka, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich, Schnittke, Knipper, Bloch, and Piazzolla.

For the first time in Hong Kong, Brahms Trio will perform the masterpieces of two Russian classical giants, Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Dmitry Shostakovich. A very rare occasion for true music lovers!

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Tickets: HK$480/380/280. Full time students and elderly citisens (with valid ID): HK$380/280/180.
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