Geneva Piano Trio

By 13 de March de 2024Artistas

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The Geneva Piano Trio was formed in 2009 from a meeting of three Russian musicians – each were winners of numerous international prizes – whose paths crossed in Geneva.
The Trio took the name Geneva in homage to the warm welcome they received there.
Since its formation, the ensemble has performed throughout Europe, Russia, Israel, and as far as Korea in various concerts and festivals.
The Geneva Piano Trio recorded its first album in the famous recording room of La Chaux-de-Fonds, with the revolutionary Dolby Atmos technology. For their first CD, the musicians chose to celebrate their cultural roots with the trios of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff.

Irina Chkourindina. Russian by birth and Swiss by adoption was born in Moscow. A graduate of the prestigious Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, she was the protégé of the great piano school master Heinrich Neuhaus.
She is acclaimed by the Swiss press as a musician "with imperial technique and a generous heart.
Her thematic concert on the exile of composer, pianist and conductor Sergei Rachmaninoff was a great success. The show was performed in Switzerland, France and Canada.
Sergey Ostrovsky was born in 1975 in Nizhny Novgorod (central Russia) into a family of musicians, before emigrating to Israel with his family in his teenage years.
In 1996, he founded the Aviv Quartet with which he won the Melbourne Chamber Music Competition and the Bordeaux String Quartet Competition.
As a soloist he performed under the direction of acclaimed conductors such as Zubin Mehta and Maxim Vengerov.
He is regularly invited as a conductor to numerous venues, including Switzerland, Spain, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, Latvia and Israel.
Sergey plays a violin by Giovanni Granccino (1716).

Dan Sloutskovsky was born in Moscow into a family of musicians as well. Trained at the music school of the Moscow Conservatory, he was declared a child prodigy, and performed as a soloist from the age of eleven on stages in his country and then internationally.

He continued his studies at the Geneva University of Music – his studies completed under the tutelage of masters such as Mstislav Rostropovich, Arto Noras, Frans Helmerson, Lynn Harell, Boris Pergamenschikow, Natalia Gutman, David Geringas and Natalya Shakhovskaia.
Dan plays a cello by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi (1760).

Dan plays a cello by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi (1760).


GENEVA PIANO TRIO – Tchaïkovski & Rachmaninov

GENEVA PIANO TRIO – Tchaïkovski & Rachmaninov