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    Trio Wanderer

    The art of the trio as demonstrated by the Wanderers.

    Photo du Trio Wanderer © François Sechet
    Trio Wanderer © François Sechet

    Beethoven  Trio for piano, violin and cello No. 7 Op. 97 «The Archduke» 
    Smetana  Trio for piano, violin and cello Op. 15 

     Young audience workshops   Flûte en bois, flûte en or, flûte alors ! (7-10 years old)

    In the thirty or so years in which they have been making music together, and in Sunday Morning Concerts since 2012, (Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian “only” joined Raphaël Pidoux and Vincent Coq in 1995), the Wanderer Trio have been continuously expanding their repertoire. “Chamber music is like wine: you need good raw ingredients, and a degree of know-how, but nothing beats long maturation in optimum conditions,” claim the musicians. After Beethoven’s Archduke Trio, the pace changes with a trio composed by Smetana when he was laid low by grief after the death of his daughter Bedřiška. It is, of course, deeply affecting.

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