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Trio Wanderer

Trio Wanderer

Trio Wanderer quite deserves their stage-name. Indeed, “Wanderer” pays homage to Schubert, and more widely to German Romanticism which is often imbued with the leitmotiv of the wandering travellers. They are avid open-minded wandering traveller, who explore the musical world, spanning the centuries from Haydn to nowadays. Acclaimed for its extraordinarily sensitive style, almost telepathic understanding of each other and technical mastery, the Trio Wanderer is one of the world’s foremost chamber ensembles.

Called a “Wandering Star” (The Strad Magazine), the Trio has performed on the most prestigious music stages: Berlin’s Philharmonic, Paris’ Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Wiener Musikverein, London’s Wigmore Hall, Milan’s Teatro della Scala, Washington’s Library of Congress, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, festivals of Montreux, La Roque d’Anthéron, Osaka, Salzburg…

Trio Wanderer extensive discography included more than 30 recordings awarded several prizes (Choc du Monde de la Musique & Diapason d’Or of the Year, Editor Choice of Gramophone…) and has been chosen as a reference (Mendelssohn Trios by the New-York Times, Schubert’s Trio op.100 by the BBC…).

In 2017, for its 30th anniversary, a book written by Olivier Bellamy and tracing the history of the Trio has been published by Art3 Edition.

Heralded by the professional music world, the Trio Wanderer has been awarded for three time a Victoire de la Musique for Best Instrumental Ensemble of the year. In 2015, its members are bestowed by the French Minister of Culture the Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters.

Languages spoken: French, English


Photo credit: François Sechet

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