Schubert and Beethoven

Trio Palladio is a fairly new name in the “heavens” of Latvian chamber music. After successful and amazingly consolidated concerts in 2015, three mature, vivid and powerful Latvian musicians joined together for the joy of playing music together – violinist Eva Bindere, cellist Kristīne Blaumane and pianist Reinis Zariņš. Bindere is the accompanist to several orchestras and has held first chair in the Kremerata Baltica orchestra violin section for many years. She is also an associate professor at the Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music. Blaumane has spent the last 10 seasons in the first chair in the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s cello section, and in addition to her intensive work there, she has also regularly taken part in chamber music performances. Pianist Zariņš is a freelance artist who lives in London, has won 11 international competitions and has taken part in numerous important festivals. He is a three time winner of the Latvian Great Music Prize for outstanding interpretation. This season, Trio Palladio is the residing ensemble at the Cēsis concert hall, and it will welcome Latvia’s centenary in London where, on November 14, the trio will appear on one of the most distinguished stages in the world of chamber music, the Wigmore Hall.


Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Second Piano Trio in E-flat major, D 929
Kristaps Pētersons (1982) Night
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Piano Trio in C minor, op. 1, no. 3


Trio Palladio:
Eva Bindere, violin
Kristīne Blaumane, cello
Reinis Zariņš, piano

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