Streeton Trio

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Streeton Trio 2016 Season

In 2016, the Streeton Trio will give 25 concert performances across Australia and New Zealand, as well as making audio and video recordings and giving educational workshops.

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Described by Musica Viva as “Australia’s most internationally successful piano trio” the Streeton Trio (Emma Jardine – violin, Umberto Clerici – cello and Benjamin Kopp – piano) is committed to sharing high-quality chamber music performances with audiences across the country. It is the trio’s vision to reach as many audience members as possible, through our CD recordings, radio broadcasts, Youtube videos of performances as well as live concert performances.

In 2016, the Streeton Trio will perform 25 concerts in locations across Victoria, NSW, Queensland and New Zealand. These concerts are in both capital cities and regional centres. There are numerous costs associated with performing concerts, such as marketing and publicity, recording costs and travel expenses. Your donation will help to cover these costs, allowing the trio to continue to give chamber music performances to audiences across Australia and New Zealand.

It is the trio’s goal to continue to access new audiences around Australia and overseas. The commercial release of our three CDs has been great exposure for us to date, with each of our CDs being frequently featured on ABC FM and the MBS networks, which has attracted a strong following of supporters. In 2016 we plan to record and release one more CD. Donations will also go towards covering the numerous costs associated with CD production.

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Described by Musica Viva as ‘Australia’s most internationally successful piano trio’, the Streeton Trio was formed in 2008 in Geneva, Switzerland, from three of Australia’s leading young musicians.

The trio is the only Australian ensemble ever to be selected for the prestigious European Chamber Music Academy, where they were in residence from 2010 to 2013.

Named after the Australian Impressionist painter, Sir Arthur Streeton, the trio has performed to great acclaim at venues such as Wigmore Hall (London), Het Loo Royal Palace (Holland), Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre, Trondheim Festival (Norway), Apeldoorn Festival (Holland), Pablo Casals Festival (Prades).

The trio is laureate of several international competitions and was awarded first prize in the 2011 Music Viva Chamber Music Competition.

The trio has studied intensively with the world’s leading chamber musicians and has performed extensively across Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, United Kingdom, Scandinavia, China, Australia, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates and Lithuania.

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