Busch Trio

Turning a historic 17th century wooden church near Amsterdam into a thriving chamber music centre – this is the vision of the Busch Trio, whose gripping interpretations, youthful vigour and at the same time distinguished charm are causing a sensation in the European chamber music scene. Pure romance is reflected in their highly acclaimed Dvorak recordings.

Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, this young piano trio has emerged as the leading piano trio among the new generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across Europe. The trio is a regular guest on all the major European stages and festivals. The highlights of the coming season will be concerts at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall London and Liederhalle Stuttgart, as well as a tour of the USA.

After the complete recording of Dvorak’s piano trios, – quartets and quintet, a complete Schubert recording follows.

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Members

Mathieu van Bellen | violin
Ori Epstein | violoncello
Omri Epstein | piano

On Tour

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New Releases

Franz Schubert | Piano Trio Op. 100, Sonatensatz, Notturno | ALPHA | listen

Watch and Listen

RAI Südtirol recording at Kursaal Meran | 21 January 21, 2022 | with Daniel Palmizio (viola) and Naomi Shaham (double bass) | Schubert: Piano Trio in B flat major D 28 “Sonata movement” | Dvorák: Piano Quartet in E flat major op. 87 | Schubert: Piano Quintet in A major op.114 D 667 “Trout Quintet” | listen here – Please search for BUSCH TRIO in the MEDIATHEK and start the player.

 

Film production for the Holzhausenschlösschen Frankfurter Bürgerstiftung 2021 | Schubert: Notturno in E flat major Op. 148 | Beethoven: Piano Trio in E flat major Op. 70 No. 2 | Schubert: Piano Trio in E flat major Op. 100 D929

 

Live at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam | March 9, 2020 | Brahms: Trio No. 1 in B major Op.8

Reviews

The Busch Ensemble is a piano trio bursting with far more than promise. […]  Beyond the playsers’ individual gifts, what impressed most was the group’s effortless musicianship and unity of thought and attack. The threesome even seemed to be breathing in synch. The Times | Wigmore Hall London | Geoff Brown | January 5, 2015

Turning a historic 17th century wooden church near Amsterdam into a thriving chamber music centre – this is the vision of the Busch Trio, whose gripping interpretations, youthful vigour and at the same time distinguished charm are causing a sensation in the European chamber music scene. Pure romance is reflected in their highly acclaimed Dvorak recordings.

read more

Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, this young piano trio has emerged as the leading piano trio among the new generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across Europe. The trio is a regular guest on all the major European stages and festivals. The highlights of the coming season will be concerts at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall London and Liederhalle Stuttgart, as well as a tour of the USA.

After the complete recording of Dvorak’s piano trios, – quartets and quintet, a complete Schubert recording follows.

Members

Mathieu van Bellen | violin
Ori Epstein | violoncello
Omri Epstein | piano

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