Rautio Piano Trio
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Beethoven on Fortepiano
Our first volume of Beethoven Piano Trios is due out on September 2, 2022. Exclusive signed copies available from the Trio.
Rautio Piano trio
Jane Gordon – violin
Victoria Simonsen – cello
Jan Rautio – piano
Since releasing their debut album of Mozart Trios in 2016, the Rautio Trio has emerged as one of today’s finest chamber ensembles known for their refined and powerfully expressive performances. With a passion for performing 18th and 19th century repertoire on both modern and period instruments, they have developed a fresh and engaging approach to their interpretations of historical masterworks.
The Trio has released two critically acclaimed albums with Resonus Classics and are frequently heard on BBC Radio 3. They have performed at the Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, South Bank, Bridgewater Hall, throughout the UK and in France, Austria and Germany.
Curated in 2022 as part of a special project supported by the Continuo Foundation, these concerts chart the evolution of the piano trio, from its emergence in the mid-18th century through to Beethoven’s complex and mature realisation of the genre.
Jan Rautio explores his relationship with Beethoven and reveals his thoughts on performing on fortepiano ahead of the Trio’s new CD release..
Available to watch here is a film of the premiere of Brian Elias’ new piano trio, given by the Trio in 2021 at Kings Place, London. Watch a behind the scenes workshop with Brian Elias alongside short trailers and detailed information about the fascinating project.