“One of the greatest concerts I have heard in my life…They have been compared to the legendary trio of the late pianist Arthur Rubinstein, violinist Jascha Heifetz and cellist Gregor Piatigorsky in the 1940’s. I thought this was an exaggeration until I heard them.” Reading Eagle
The Tempest Trio will offer a concert of the 3 B’s, but not the usual Bs we have come to expect. This time in addition to Brahms and Beethoven, the program will include a Trio by Amy Beach composed in 1938 and premiered in 1939. The first American woman to compose a symphony Ms. Beach was a child prodigy on the piano. Following her marriage, she essentially gave up public performance and dedicated her life to composing.
The first work on the program is the last work Brahms wrote for the piano trio, Piano Trio, No. 3, Op. 101 in C Major. The concert closes with Beethoven's Piano Trio, No. 7, Op. 97 in B flat Major "Archduke." The trio was dedicated to the Archduke Rudolph of Austria, one of Beethoven's truest friends, for a time his pupil, and one of his principal benefactors. It is still regarded as one of the greatest of all works for this combination of instruments.
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