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Following a first recording devoted to Dvořák’s Dumky Trio and Trio no.3, Omri Epstein, Mathieu van Bellen and Ori Epstein are joined by one of their former teachers at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, the violist Miguel da Silva, a founder member of the famous Quatuor Ysaÿe. Together they pursue this series of the Czech composer’s complete chamber music with piano: there is an obvious close rapport between the musicians, who share with us their passion for this repertory and their pleasure in playing together.

The Piano Quartet no.1 in D major op.23 of 1875 was one of the first works in which the young Dvořák, inspired by Schubert, laid the foundations of the compositional style which he would conserve for the rest of his life. Fourteen years later, he composed the Piano Quartet no.2 in E flat major op.87, completed under pressure from his publisher. This work, influenced by Brahms, is one of the masterpieces of his maturity. Two further recordings will complete this quadriptych of the Czech composer’s keyboard trios, quartets and quintets.

"This one of the best things I’ve yet heard from the Busch in their evolving Dvořák series."
"If Dvorak hadn’t written his Second Piano Quintet (perish the thought!), would the first be played more often? Probably not...The Busch Trio, however, with Milstein and da Silva, play it with conviction, then rise to the beauties of the quintessentially Dvorakian Second Quintet."
Sunday Times
"Well worth considering, if not perhaps quite the best around."
MusicWeb International
"This very welcome disc of the piano quintets and bagatelles is admirably well played by Busch Trio, Maria Milstein and Miguel Da Silva…the disc is still one will give much pleasure, particularly in performances as sympathetic."
Classical Choice