Philharmonia Piano Trio plays Dvořák, Suk and Martinů

Chamber Music

For the last time, our Philharmonic Chamber Music Series traces this season’s theme of identities: the Philharmonia Piano Trio devotes itself to three Czech composers who combined the cultivation of their national idiom with openness to international influences. For his famous “Dumky Trio”, Antonín Dvořák was inspired by Ukrainian folk songs with their rapid changes of mood. Slavic temperament also characterises the two works by Josef Suk, Dvořák’s pupil and later son-in-law. Bohuslav Martinů’s Trio No. 3 with its captivating rhythms is also a homage to his Czech homeland.

Philharmonia Klaviertrio Berlin

Philipp Bohnen violin

Nikolaus Römisch cello

Kyoko Hosono piano

Josef Suk

Piano Trio in C minor, op. 2

Josef Suk

Elegy in D flat major for piano trio, op. 23a

Bohuslav Martinů

Piano Trio No. 3 in C major

Antonín Dvořák

Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, op. 90 “Dumky”

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