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Florestan Trio

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Active until  2012
Genre  Classical
Active from  1995
Florestan Trio Florestan Trio plays Brahms B Major InstantEncore
Members  Susan Tomes, Anthony Marwood, Richard Lester
Albums  The Complete Music for Piano Trio, The Piano Trios
Similar  Susan Gritton, Beaux Arts Trio, Josef Suk, Trio Wanderer, Roy Goodman

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The Florestan Trio was a piano trio. Formed in 1995 in London, England, its members were Anthony Marwood (violin), Richard Lester (cello), and Susan Tomes (piano). Their recording of the first two trios by Schumann won the 1999 Gramophone Award for chamber music. Also in 1999, the Trio received the Music Award for Chamber Ensemble from Britain’s Royal Philharmonic Society. On 13 June 2009 they performed Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D major in a rarely heard arrangement by the composer for piano trio. The Florestan Trio recorded extensively for the Hyperion label. Their final series of concerts was given at the Wigmore Hall in London in January 2012.

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Florestan Trio The Florestan Trio Discography at Discogs
Florestan Trio Florestan Trio Haydn Ives Ravel InstantEncore
Florestan Trio Reviews

Songs

Notturno in E-flat major - D 897Piano Trio in B-flat major - D 898 / Trio Movement in B-flat major - D 28 / Notturno in E-flat major - D 897 · 2001
Piano Trio no 1 in D minor - op 63: I Mit Energie und LeidenschaftPiano Trios · 1999
Piano Trio no 1 in D minor - op 63: II Lebhaft - doch nicht zu rasch - Trio - [reprise] - CodaPiano Trios · 1999

References

Florestan Trio Wikipedia


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