Trio Anima Mundi


The Reissiger Project

This fundraising campaign will be for the initial stage of The Reissiger Project, the research into and performance/recording of the 27 piano trios by Carl Gottlieb Reissiger.

Days Left

Trio Anima Mundi commences a world-first undertaking in The Reissiger Project – a mammoth survey of the 27 piano trios by Carl Gottlieb Reissiger – in 2020. This year TAM will present nine concerts throughout Victoria, as well as commence the first recordings for a multi-CD project to be published by UK label Toccata Classics.

Reissiger’s piano trios were highly praised during his lifetime. Robert Schumann said of the work; ‘jewel-like and never fatigues the ear but holds our attention to the very end’. Despite this, the substantial output of 27 trios are now all but forgotten. Trio Anima Mundi will continue its Piano Trio Archaeology by becoming the first ensemble internationally to survey this repertoire, thus giving voice to this composer and his sublime, yet now forgotten, music.

All donations will contribute to the commencement of this ambitious multi-year project. Funds will be put towards the concert presentations as well as the recording and publication internationally through Toccata Classics.

Double the value of your donation! Thanks to Creative Partnerships Australia’s MATCH Lab program, every dollar you preference to this campaign will be matched dollar for dollar.


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Live Projects


Since its inception in 2008, Trio Anima Mundi has been presenting concerts that bring an eclectic mix of repertoire from the great masters to little-known works.

Praised as a ‘trio of vitality, charm and aplomb’ (The Age), the Trio’s members – Kenji Fujimura (Piano), Rochelle Ughetti (Violin), Noella Yan (Cello) – are seasoned performers and have gained a reputation for excellence and a sumptuous sound world.

Their 2013 debut CD – Romantic Piano Trios – has been hailed as ‘…a top recommendation’ (Fanfare USA), ‘…beautifully recorded in well-balanced sound, with consistently affectionate performances’ (Gramophone) and ‘as to chamber music this has to be the CD of the year and, perhaps, many years to come.’ (Wrightmusic UK) and was selected as a Musicweb International Recording of the Year in 2013.