MOSCOW RACHMANINOV TRIO
The Moscow Rachmaninov Trio is a musical ensemble well known to music admirers all over the world. Nineteen years of joint creative work brought the musicians affection of the audience, respect of their colleagues and critical acclaim both in Russia and abroad.
Mass Media Coverage
Concerts and recordings of the Moscow Rachmaninov Trio got brilliant reviews from prestigious publications such as BBC Music Magazine, Gramophone, The Strad, Fanfare, Diapason, The Independent, The Observer, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Sued Deutsche Zeitung, Der Bund, Russkaya Mysl (the Russian Idea) and many more.
Official State Projects
The Moscow Rachmaninov Trio represents the Russian performing art in the program of the Year of Russian Culture in Germany, China, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Italy, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Austria. The musicians played concerts at many major international forums such as the UNESCO, the UN forums and the World Economic Forum in Davos. In 2005, the trio was invited to play at the gala concert held at the palace of the President of Indonesia in Bogor.
The musicians regularly attend major international workshops held at recognized schools such as: Villa Musica in Germany, Mahler International Academy in Italy, RNSM in Manchester (UK), Maastricht Academy of Music (the Netherlands), as well as in the Shanghai, Beijing and many other conservatories in China.
The Moscow Rachmaninov Trio regularly invites the best performing musicians from different countries to Russian regional conservatories to give joint concerts and to conduct workshops. The project involved such masters as Juergen Kussmaul, viola (Germany), Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone (Austria), Eliane Coelho, soprano (Brazil), Silvia Mapelli, soprano, soloist of Milan’s La Scala, Olivier Darbellay, horn (Switzerland), Sergio Delmastro, clarinet (Italy), Yair Kless, violin (Israel) and many others.
The concert geography of the Moscow Rachmaninov Trio is very broad: from Japan to Latin America, from the Russian Far North to Singapore and Indonesia.
Own Projects in Moscow
1. The Moscow Rachmaninov Trio organizes an annual international festival for piano trios called The Rachmaninov Trio and Friends inviting the best piano trios from other countries. Over the past five years, musicians from Austria, Italy, Germany, France, Brazil and Israel gave performances at the festival.
2. The Rachmaninov Trio organizes annual cycles of chamber music concerts in the halls of the Moscow Conservatory and in the International House of Music of the Tretyakov Gallery, bringing together the world stage stars from other countries and Russian musicians.