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Busch Trio

Formed in London in 2012 and named after the legendary violinist and chamber musician Adolf Busch, the Busch Trio is comprised of pianist Omri Epstein, violinist Mathieu van Bellen (who plays the Guadagnini violin once used by Busch himself), and cellist Ori Epstein. Winners of the Royal Overseas League Competition in 2012, the Busch Trio has given concerts all over Europe and in China. Their debut recording was a critically acclaimed disc of Dvořák, including the mighty Piano Trio in F minor, which will be performed in this concert. The other work on their program is Schubert’s much-loved and life-affirming B-flat Major Piano Trio.

PROGRAM:

FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828)
Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat Major, D. 898
Allegro moderato
Andante un poco mosso
Scherzo. Allegro
Rondo. Allegro vivace

INTERMISSION

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK (1841-1904)
Piano Trio No. 3 in F minor, B. 130 (Op. 65)
Allegro, ma non troppo
Allegretto grazioso
Poco Adagio
Finale. Allegro con brio

In partnership with the Embassy of Belgium

  • Canada – Domaine Forget – June to August 2018

June 17-24: Piano and Chamber Music session with Louis Lortie

with Josquin Otal Jonathan Fournel, Djordje Radevski, piano & Kerson Leong, violin (Artists in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel)

July 3-14: Voice Session with Sophie Koch and José Van Dam

with Louise Kuyvenhoven, soprano, Mathilde Legrand & Katarina Van Droogenbroeck, mezzo-sopranos, Fabien Hyon, tenor, Bertrand Duby, bass (Artists in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel)

July 29- August 11: Chamber Music & viola session with Miguel da Silva

 

Past Events

Ambassador Wouters quoted Cocteau when presiding the launch event of the American Friends of Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, an institution created by Queen Elisabeth of Belgium who serve young generations of talented musicians from around the world.
« There was in Belgium a modest Queen of small frame and large soul who always said “I’m but an artist” and in her modesty as an artist, Elisabeth said “I’m just a queen”.”

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