Piano trios Chamber Music



Chamber music was born out of people’s need to hold their social gatherings to the sound of (good) music. Composers like Haydn and Schubert made sure to accompany these gatherings with music of unfathomable essence and quality, despite its apparent simplicity. However, the romantic trios of later times, such as Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio no. 2, began to pose new challenges for performers, by boldly introducing the requirement for scintillating virtuosity. And if we were to take a leap in time to 20th century Argentina, we would witness the great extent to which the country’s proud, sensual domestic dance, the tango, has penetrated chamber music, thanks to the inexhaustible talent of Astor Piazzolla.



Édua Zádory


Aare Tammesalu


Alexandra Nomidou


Franz Schubert: Nocturne for piano, violin and cello in E flat major, opus 148 (D. 897)

Felix Mendelssohn: Piano sonata no. 2 in C minor, opus 66

Joseph Haydn: Piano Trio no. 43 in C major, Hob. XV:27

Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion (piano trio version), arrangement: José Bragato

Invierno porteño (Winter of Buenos Aires), from Las cuatro estaciones porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires) (piano trio version)
arrangement: José Bragato

Libertango, arrangement: Theo






See also

Μουσική Δωματίου


Chamber music for viola, clarinet and piano

What happens when the velvety sound of the clarinet is joined by the dark...

Organizer: Megaron Athens Concert Hall

Wednesday 07.12.2022, 20:30


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