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Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2012, the Busch Trio has rapidly become one of Europe’s leading piano trios, regularly performing at many of the world’s most renowned venues. Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, the young Netherlands-based ensemble has emerged as one of the leading piano trios among the new generation. The Busch Trio, comprised of Omri Epstein, piano; Mathieu van Bellen, violin; and Ori Epstein, cello, is making its second appearance on a CMSFW concert.

Selections will include Haydn's Piano Trio in C major Hob. XV:21; Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor Op. 66; and Rachmaninov's “Trio élégiaque” No. 1 in G minor.

The concert is preceded by a pre-concert conversation at 1:15 pm.

Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2012, the Busch Trio has rapidly become one of Europe’s leading piano trios, regularly performing at many of the world’s most renowned venues. Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, the young Netherlands-based ensemble has emerged as one of the leading piano trios among the new generation. The Busch Trio, comprised of Omri Epstein, piano; Mathieu van Bellen, violin; and Ori Epstein, cello, is making its second appearance on a CMSFW concert.

Selections will include Haydn's Piano Trio in C major Hob. XV:21; Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor Op. 66; and Rachmaninov's “Trio élégiaque” No. 1 in G minor.

The concert is preceded by a pre-concert conversation at 1:15 pm.

Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2012, the Busch Trio has rapidly become one of Europe’s leading piano trios, regularly performing at many of the world’s most renowned venues. Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, the young Netherlands-based ensemble has emerged as one of the leading piano trios among the new generation. The Busch Trio, comprised of Omri Epstein, piano; Mathieu van Bellen, violin; and Ori Epstein, cello, is making its second appearance on a CMSFW concert.

Selections will include Haydn's Piano Trio in C major Hob. XV:21; Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor Op. 66; and Rachmaninov's “Trio élégiaque” No. 1 in G minor.

The concert is preceded by a pre-concert conversation at 1:15 pm.

WHEN

WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.cmsfw.org/2022-2023-tickets

TICKET INFO

$5-$40
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