We're delighted to welcome back the Rautio Trio to Conway Hall as they perform music by Mozart, Beethoven, Hiller and Brahms. Mozart | Divertimento in B flat K254 Beethoven | Trio in E flat Op. 70 No. 2 F. Hiller | Notturno from Serenade No. 2 Brahms | Trio in C minor Op. 101 At the forefront of their generation, the Rautio Trio is one of Britain's finest chamber ensembles. The Trio has received widespread acclaim for its intelligent and dynamic performances. Their innovative programme ranges from historically-informed performances of music of the Classical and Romantic periods to cutting-edge contemporary works. They have performed across the UK and Europe, with concerts at the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room, Bridgewater Hall, St George's Bristol and live on BBC Radio 3. They have given concerts at the Haydn-Saal in Vienna, Pablo Casals Festival in France, SOUND contemporary music festival, Haydn Festival and Shostakovich International Festival. Recent highlights include a recital at the 2014 Hambacher Musikfest in Germany, and performances of the complete cycle of Mozart piano trios on fortepiano, notably at St George's Bristol and at the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts in 2013. They will be releasing their first disc of Mozart trios later in the year. Future plans for the Trio in 2015 include exploring rarely performed 19th century music by composers including Ferdinand Hiller. The Trio will be recording Hiller and Mendelssohn this summer, and later in the year also plan to record other rarely performed trios by JC Bach. They will be giving recitals at The Forge, Kings Place, Cambridge and returning to St. George's Bristol to perform the complete cycle of Mendelssohn piano trios. The Rautio Trio was formed at the Royal Academy of Music and IMS Prussia Cove. They have been recipients of many prestigious awards from the Tillett Trust Young Artist Platform, the Worshipful Company of Musicians' Maisie Lewis Wigmore Award, the Park Lane Group Award and the Musicians' Benevolent Fund Ensemble Award. Individually they are recipients of numerous scholarships and awards for their solo work, and collectively they bring a depth of experience from working with some of the world's most distinguished musicians in Europe and America.
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