The Ladies’ Morning Musical Club presents

Montrose Trio

Martin Beaver – violin       Clive Greensmith – cello         Jon Kimura Parker – piano

The Montrose Trio was formed in 2013 by Canadian violinist Martin Beaver, British cellist Clive Greensmith and Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker. Individually they are accomplished soloists with impressive careers to their credit; together as an ensemble they offer the music world “absolutely top-notch music-making, as fine as one could ever expect to hear” (Washington Post). Beaver and Greensmith are both former members of the renowned Tokyo String Quartet. Beaver has appeared with dozens of orchestras worldwide, including the Montreal Symphony, was a top prize-winner at the international violin competitions in Indianapolis and Montreal, and won a silver medal at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium. Greensmith was principal cellist of London’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra before setting out on a career as soloist and chamber musician. Parker has given command performances for Queen Elizabeth II and for the Prime Ministers of Canada and Japan. He is an Officer of the Order of Canada. The Trio takes its name from the renowned Bordeaux wine chateau, the arts district in Houston and the street in Winnipeg where Beaver lived as a child. LMMC return engagement.


Piano Trio in E flat major, Hob.XV:29 (1797)
Poco allegretto
Andantino ed innocentemente
Finale: Allemande – Presto assai

Piano Trio in E minor, Opus 67 (1944)

Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Opus 32 (1894)
Allegro moderato
Scherzo: Allegro molto
Elegia: Adagio
Finale: Allegro non troppo

To learn more about the Montrose Trio visit

The LMMC is a non-profit organization.
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(Please note that web reservations must be done by 1pm on the Friday before the concert.)
By phone at 514-932-6796 Monday to Friday, from 10am to 1pm.
Reservations are recommended as concerts often sell out.
If tickets are still available, they can be purchased at Pollack Hall’s box office as of 2:30pm on the day of the concert.

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