Uitgegeven op 22/12/2015

Outhere Music willingly associates with promising young musicians and is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Busch Trio. 

Under the aegis of Alpha Classics and the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, the ensemble is embarking on the complete recording of Antonín Dvořák's chamber music with keyboard. In the first instalment of the project, devoted to Trios Nos. 3, Op. 65 and 4, Op. 90, these chamber players from London give fervent interpretations revealing the Czech composer's poetry and profundity. 

Taking its name from the legendary violinist Adolf Busch (1891-1952), the Trio is made up of young musicians who have already won renown in such prestigious venues as Wigmore Hall, the Edinburgh Festival and Sage Gateshead.

The young ensemble is considered one of the most talented of the new generation, enthusiastically acclaimed by the public and the press alike, and prize winner in major competitions. 'Most impressive was the group’s effortless musicianship and unity of thought and attack. The threesome even seemed to be breathing in synch,' wrote The Times after one of their concerts at Wigmore Hall.

In residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, the Trio recently moved to Belgium. The next concert there will take place on 7 February 2016 in Bozar at 11.30am. Upcoming dates are planned in France and the Netherlands.

Busch Trio

Omri Epstein, piano

Matthieu Van Bellen, violin

Ori Epstein, cello