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Trio Testore

Trio Testore

piano trio

The "Trio Testore" was founded in 2000 by three internationally established concert artists and has since enchanted audiences with their enormous musical expressive abilities and wide colour palette. Both the violin (Carlo Antonio, 1751) and cello (Carlo Giuseppe, 1711) were crafted by the well-known Milanese luthier family Testore. The merging of theese two instruments creates a most original and distinctive sound, and hence the name: Trio... more

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Pascal Devoyon

Pascal Devoyon

piano

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Schweizer Klaviertrio – Swiss Piano Trio

Schweizer Klaviertrio – Swiss Piano Trio

piano trio

The Swiss Piano Trio won first prize at the International Chamber Music Competition in Caltanissetta (Italy) in 2003 and at the Johannes Brahms Competition (Austria) in 2005. In the same year, the Trio won the Swiss Ambassador’s Award at Wigmore Hall. Today, the Swiss Piano Trio is one of the most acclaimed chamber ensembles of its generation. The Swiss Piano Trio has received important artistic impulses from Menahem Pressler (Beaux Arts... more

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Clara Haskil

Clara Haskil

piano

Clara Haskil (7 January 1895 - 7 December 1960) was a Jewish Romanian classical pianist, renowned as an interpreter of the classical and early romantic repertoire. Haskil was particularly noted for her performances and recordings of Mozart. Many considered her the foremost interpreter of Mozart in her time. She was also noted as a superb interpreter of Beethoven, Schumann, and Scarlatti. Haskil was born into a Sephardic Jewish family in... more

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Hideyo Harada

Hideyo Harada

piano

Hideyo Harada was born in Japan and first studied in Tokyo with Toyoaki Matsuura before she continued her musical training in Stuttgart (Lieselotte Gierth), Vienna (Hans Kann / Roland Keller), and Moscow (Victor Merzhanov). She has won, among other distincions, the Geneva International Music Competition (CIEM), as well as the 1st prize at the International Schubert Competition in Dortmund. The pianist was also a prize-winner at the... more

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Géza Anda

Géza Anda

piano, conductor

Géza Anda was born in Budapest on November 19, 1921. He studied with Ernst von Dohnányi and Zoltan Kodály at the Budapest Academy of Music, and won the Liszt Prize in 1940. A year later, shortly after playing Brahms under Mengelberg, he made his debut in the Berlin Philharmonie, where Furtwängler dubbed him "the troubador of the piano". He was only 20 - and had already begun to teach piano. In 1943 he settled in... more

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