Amatis Piano Trio

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Years active2015-present
Known forChamber Music - Piano Trio
Websitewww.amatistrio.com

The Amatis Piano Trio is a piano trio formed in 2014 in Amsterdam. It is one of the few full-time piano trios in Europe. The ensemble became BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme in 2016 and European Concert Hall Organisation Rising Stars in 2018 after being selected by Konzerthaus Dortmund, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and Kölner Philharmonie.[1][2] In 2019 the trio was appointed ‘Resident Chamber Ensemble’ at University of Cambridge.[3] The Amatis Trio now plays at major festivals such as the The Proms, Edinburgh International Festival and concert venues including Konzerthaus Berlin, Wigmore Hall London, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and Alte Oper Frankfurt.[4][5] The ensemble has performed Triple Concerto (Beethoven) with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester.[6]

In 2019, following the release of their debut CD of Enescu, Ravel and Britten, the Trio were named as Gramophone (magazine) ‘One To Watch’.[7]

Lea Hausmann and Samuel Shepherd play on a violin and cello made by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume, loaned by Beare’s Violin Society London.

Awards

  • 2020: Borletti-Buitoni Trust (BBT) Fellowship Award[8]
  • 2019: Het Kersjes Fonds - Kersjesprijs[9]
  • 2018: BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme[10]
  • 2016: Wigmore Hall Parkhouse Award[11]
  • 2015: Dutch Classical Talent

Discography

  • 2019 Piano Trios from George Enescu, Maurice Ravel and Benjamin Britten (CAvi Music Records)[12]

Members

  • Lea Hausmann (Violin)
  • Samuel Shepherd (Violoncello)
  • Mengjie Han (Piano)

References

  1. "2016 BBC New Generation artists named". Gramophone. Retrieved 2021-01-17.
  2. "BBC Music Magazine". BBC Music Magazine. 26 (11): Front Cover CD. 5 July 2018.
  3. Bradshaw, Mellisa (27 September 2019). "Amatis Piano Trio appointed Cambridge Resident Chamber Ensemble". Rhinegold Publishing. Retrieved 2021-01-16.
  4. Talbot, Joanne (November 2019). "The Strad". The Strad. November 2019: 93.
  5. Main, Carol. "Amatis Piano Trio & Friends". The Scotsman. Retrieved 17 January 2021.
  6. News, Lynn. "King's Lynn Festival". Lynn News. Retrieved 17 January 2021.
  7. Magazine, Gramophone. "Gramophone Magazine" (PDF). Gramophone Magazine. 98: 9.
  8. "Borletti-Buitoni Trust Announces Awards and Fellowships for 2020". The Strad. 26 February 2020. Retrieved 17 January 2021.
  9. "25-jarig fonds voor jonge musici". NRC. 2 December 2019. Retrieved 17 January 2021.
  10. "New Generation Artists". Retrieved 17 January 2021.
  11. "Parkhouse Award - International competition for chamber ensembles of piano with strings". www.parkhouseaward.com. Retrieved 2021-01-16.
  12. Franck, Remy (11 April 2020). "Amatis Trio bestätigt hohes Niveau". Pizzicato.

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