Brothers in Music

Beethoven, Haydn, Reicha: three representatives of Viennese classicism are brought together in a concert that also echoes their encounters during their lifetimes. The trio begins by resurrecting Anton Reicha’s rare but magnificent Trio in D minor, also highlighting his friendship with Beethoven, with whom he shared both the orchestra pit in Bonn and an admiration for Haydn. Followed by a work by ‘Papa Haydn’ himself, showing us that his trios can impress every bit as much as his famous quartets. Finally, Beethoven’s monumental Archduke Trio is praised for its sublime inspiration and inventive fantasy. This work, a pillar of chamber music, gives the full measure of the immeasurable talent of this other founder of the Viennese school.

Trio Fibonacci

Trio Fibonacci made its first appearance on the Canadian music scene in 1998, with the press reporting that “to hear them is to enter into the world of miracles” (Le Devoir, Montreal). The Trio Fibonacci has been guided by some of the world’s most respected chamber musicians, including Menahem Pressler, members of the Alban Berg, Guarneri and Vermeer String Quartets, and by their mentors Eberhard Feltz and Michael Vogler in Berlin.
Trio Fibonacci is internationally recognized for its brilliant interpretations of the entire piano trio repertoire, from the works of Haydn through to collaborations with over sixty living composers on four continents. Their concert tours have led them to several European countries, to Argentina, South Africa, Brazil and Japan, to Berlin, San Francisco and New York. Trio Fibonacci has performed for television in Canada, China, and Brazil, and their concerts have been broadcast on Canadian, German, Belgian and Chilean radio networks. 

Julie-Anne Derome, violin
Gabriel Prynn, cello
Maxim Shatalkin, piano

Anton REICHA Trio in D minor, Op. 101 No. 2
BEETHOVEN Trio No. 7 « Archduke », Op. 97
HAYDN Piano trio No. 39

Thursday, May 2, 2024 at 7:30pm
Bourgie Hall
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