Beethoven, Herzogenberg & Dohnanyi - String Trios
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Cat No: 99093
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 8th July 2016
WorksString Trio in G major, op.9 no.1
Serenade for string trio in C major, op.10
String Trios, op.27
ArtistsAleksic String Trio
Since 2005 the siblings Aleksa, Nadezda and Ana Aleksic, who come from Serbia, have appeared on numerous chamber music stages in Austria. The two sisters and their brother received their first musical training in a school for musically talented children in Cuprija, Serbia, in the course of which they already performed at various international competitions and festivals. Their path then brought them to Vienna, where they completed their instrumental studies at the University of Music and the Performing Arts. The wish to devote themselves to chamber music in a close family circle led them to take the next obvious step: the founding of the Aleksic String Trio in 2005.
Their concert performances, for instance in the framework of Jeunesse and projects supported by the Gottfried-von-Einem Foundation, have brought the Trio right across Austria, from the Festival Neue Musik in the Brucknerhaus in Linz to Konzerthaus Weinviertel, to Maissau, Lienz or Zell am See. The Trio also regularly collaborates with the Internationale Ignaz Pleyel Gesellschaft in Ruppersthal and with the Gesellschaft für Musiktheater in Vienna.
The members of the Trio are interested in bringing less well-known composers back into the limelight. In addition this string trio regularly expands its repertoire by working as a quartet with various chamber music partners, for instance as a piano quartet or as a flute quartet.
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