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Trio Gaspard are looking forward to an action-packed 2019/2020 season, including their first ever tour of the USA in January 2020! Back on European soil, The trio will be returning twice to the Wigmore Hall in London, as well as at LSO St.Luke’s in a special collaboration with BBC Young Generation Artist, soprano Katharina Konradi. Other appearances will include concerts at Essen Philharmonie, the West Wicklow Festival in Ireland, in Catania and Palermo in Italy and at the legendary ‘Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival’ in Austria.
In 2020 Trio Gaspard will celebrate Beethoven’s anniversary by performing a full cycle of his piano trios. Their project ‘Beethoven and Bagatelles’ spans 3 concerts and will incorporate works of Beethoven with Bagatelles written for piano trio by Mansurian and Gorecki as well as a special commission for the ensemble by Swiss composer Helena Winkelmann.
Trio Gaspard also look forward to further performances of B.A Zimmermann’s ‘Presence Ballet Blanc’ with dancer Luka Fritsch, which has become a staple of the trio’s repertoire and whose performance at the Boulezsaal will be soon available on the trio’s ‘LIVE IN BERLIN’ CD.
In autumn 2019, Trio Gaspard will release its debut album ''Live in Berlin'', with works by Haydn, B.A.Zimmermann and Schubert, performed live at the Boulez Saal in Berlin. The album will be released on CAvI Music in cooperation with Deutschlandradio.
Listen to Trio Gaspard talking about their experience discovering and studying Zimmermann's Trio ,''Presence''.
NORTHEIM GERMANY I Stadthalle
Beethoven piano trio No.3 in C minor, op.1 Schumann Fantasiestücke op.88 / Shostakovich piano trio No.1 in C minor, op. 8 / Smetana piano trio in G minor, op.15
LINDAU GERMANY I THEATER LINDAU
Shostakovich piano trio No.1 in C minor, op. 8 Beethoven piano trio No.2 in G Major, op.1 Mendelssohn piano trio No. 2 in C minor, op. 66