Trio Pantoum

Founded in 2016 at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, Trio Pantoum has established itself in Europe and beyond as one of today’s leading young chamber ensembles.

The holders of many major international awards (ARD Munich, Trio di Trieste, Joseph Haydn in Vienna, Osaka, Melbourne, Lyon, Joseph Joachim in Weimar, FNAPEC in Paris, etc.) and acclaimed in major venues on three continents (France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, England, Norway, Germany, Austria, etc. as well as Japan and Australia), Hugo Meder (violin), Bo-Geun Park (cello) and Kojiro Okada (piano) have appeared in numerous French and international media: ABC, The Strad, The Violin Channel, Rai 3, Ö1, SBS, Diapason, Bachtrack, Resmusica, France Musique, Archi Magazine, Télérama, etc.

Having rapidly developed an exceptional rapport both on and off stage, the trio has collaborated with artists such as Pierre Fouchenneret (violin), Miguel Da Silva and Paul Zientara (viola), Ann Lepage (clarinet), Aleksandra Dzenisenia (cymbalum) and the Nerida Quartet.

They have perfected their skills with Patrick Jüdt, Hatto Beyerle, Johannes Meissl, Xavier Gagnepain, Miguel Da Silva, Corina Belcea, Claire Désert, François Salque, Günter Pichler, Antonio Meneses, members of Trio Wanderer and Quatuor Ébène, etc. Trio Pantoum is an ECMA Ensemble (European Chamber Music Academy), Resident at Proquartet – Centre Européen de Musique de Chambre, at the Fondation Singer-Polignac, at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel (Belgium), and is a Laureate of the Fondation d’Entreprise Banque Populaire.

In 2024 Trio Pantoum will record its first CD, make its debut in Beethoven’s Triple with the Orchestre Français des Jeunes, perform at the Philharmonie de Paris, the Festival Radio France Occitanie and the Festival de Pâques de Colmar, and appear in Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy … Trio Pantoum will also take part in Classeek’s ‘Ambassador’ program.