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Accio Piano Trio

29th April 2018 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 Accio Piano Trio

We welcome the Accio Piano Trio from Austria to Conway Hall, performing an eclectic mix of trios from Haydn to Shostakovich. This concert is kindly supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum.

Clemens Böck (violin)
Leo Morello (cello)
Christina Scheicher (piano)

Haydn Trio in F sharp minor Hob.XV:26
Beethoven Trio in G major Op. 1/2
Smetana Trio in G minor Op. 15
Shostakovich Trio No. 1 in C minor Op. 8

The Accio Piano Trio was founded in 2013 by Christina Scheicher and Clemens Böck at Mozarteum University in Salzburg. Since autumn 2015, Leo Morello is the new Cellist.

The ensemble is studying at Sándor Végh Institute of Mozarteum University, taking classes with violinist Wolfgang Redik (Vienna Piano Trio) and pianist Tünde Kurucz. The ensemble also participated in masterclasses with the Trio di Parma in Portogruaro (Italy). In July 2017 the trio was sent to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London as an exchange ensemble of the Mozarteum.

In 2014 the trio had the opportunity to perform in the 4th Salzburg Chamber Music Festival and had a concert tour to China (Shenzhen, Wuhan). From the same year, the trio has been supported by the foundation Yehudi Menuin – Live Music Now, through which they are regularly given the opportunity to offer concerts to social institutions in Austria and Germany. 2015, the ensemble won a 2nd prize at the ENKOR Chamber Music Competition with their recording of Shostakovich’s 1st piano trio. Furthermore, the accio piano trio is a winner of Musica Juventutis and made its debut at Wiener Konzerthaus in October 2015. In 2016 the trio could commission a new work to the Austrian composer Jakob Gruchmann. His trio “Schneekammer” was premiered at Goldegg Castle (Austria) with other Early Works of great composers. The concert program was aired by the Austrian national radio. In the season 17/18 the accio piano trio performed at the International Music Festival Portogruaro (Italy), in Switzerland, Berlin and at the 6th Salzburg Chamber Music Festival.

Upcoming highlights for the next season is again a concert at the Wiener Konzerthaus and concert tours to Hamburg (Tschaikowsky-Saal), London (Conway Hall), Dakar and to the Czech Republic. Furthermore the ensemble is regularly performing at the Salzburger Nachmittagskonzerte and the Salzburg Palace Concerts. For the season 18/19 the accio piano trio is part of the Jeunesseprogramme in Austria and therefor looking forward to numerous concerts in Austria.

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