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Martino TIRIMO

‘An inspiring poet of the piano’ (Daily Telegraph) Martino Tirimo’s major recordings include the piano concertos of Brahms (for EMI), Chopin (BMG/Alto), Rachmaninov (EMI), Tippett (Nimbus, with Tippett conducting), the complete works of Debussy (Regis), all Janacek works…

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Ben SAYEVICH

Lithuanian-Israeli violinist Ben Sayevich began his studies at the Churlonis School for the performing Arts in Vilnius. His teachers have included Felix Andrievsky, Dorothy Delay, and Eric Rosenblith. He is a recipient of the prestigious Artist Diploma from the New…

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Daniel VEIS

Daniel VEIS has been widely recognized as the finest Czech cellist since winning the Silver Medal at the prestigious 1978 Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow when he was twenty-four years old and the First Prize at the Prague Spring International…

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Brief Quotes

"The collegiate spirit of their playing creates a wonderfully homogeneous sound that is prompted as much by the maturity of the performers as the complete lack of egotistical utterances."

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Martino Tirimo (piano) - Ben Sayevich (violin) - Daniel Veis (cello)

The three international soloists who formed the Rosamunde Trio have been performing together since 2002, but this only tells half the story.
Martino Tirimo first met Daniel Veis in Karlovy Vary back in 1978 when both were soloists at a concert in which Martino performed Beethoven’s Concerto No.4 and Daniel the ‘Rococo’ Variations of Tchaikovsky. By the time the second concert took place, at the Smetana Hall in Prague, the seeds of a long and fruitful friendship were well sown. Since then the two have undertaken many tours, exploring the piano and cello repertoire, and have recorded together Mendelssohn’s complete works for Supraphon.. 
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Concert Reviews

“The Rosamunde Trio has been performing since 2002 and it is good news that it is now commissioning new works, one of which was premièred at this concert, ‘Softly, in the dusk…’ by Peter Fribbins. The Rosamunde Trio is comprised of three notable soloists but the collegiate spirit of their playing creates a wonderfully homogenous sound that is prompted as much by the maturity of the performers as the complete lack of egotistical utterances associated with so many solo artists.

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News/Venues

Next London concerts at Kings Place: 22 March and 15 November 2015
Following the exceptional success of the complete Beethoven Trios, the Rosamunde embarked in autumn 2014 on another exciting project entitled ‘Mozart and the French School’ and this will include all the Mozart Trios and the great works by all the French composers. In November 2014 the programme included the Debussy Trio and the magnificent Fauré Piano Quartet in C minor. On 22 March 2015 both Ravel’s great Sonata for violin and cello and Lalo’s wonderful A minor Trio will be performed. In later concerts major works by Chausson, Roussel, Saint-Saëns, Ravel and Messiaen will also be heard.

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