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Marsyas Trio

Marsyas Trio

The London-based Marsyas Trio, formed in 2009 by graduates of the Royal Academy of Music, is the UK’s leading flute, cello and piano ensemble. Showcasing a hugely diverse repertoire from the Classical and Romantic eras to the present day, the Marsyas Trio’s programming illuminates forgotten masterpieces, whilst inspiring a generation of new works through commissioning and recording projects.

Recent concert highlights include performances at Kettle’s Yard, Conway Hall, BBC Radio3, the Red House Aldeburgh for Britten-Pears Arts and a Northern tour taking in two full-house concerts at Skipton Town Hall and the King’s Hall in Ilkley. The Marsyas Trio’s past CDs include ‘A Triple Portrait’ (Meridian Records 2015), and ‘In the Theatre of Air’ (NMC Recordings 2018), which debuted at No. 7 on the classical charts, with reviews in Gramophone, BBC Music Magazine (4-stars), Tempo, the Sunday Times, and broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and RTÉ Lyric FM. The trio will be releasing a CD on the Metier / Divine-Art label in 2023 featuring collaborations with award-winning Mezzo-Soprano Lotte Betts-Dean.

 The Trio are passionate cross-art collaborators and educators with a portfolio including multimedia projects with the Smoking Apples puppeteers and filmmaker Julian Hand, and various outreach projects for children and teenagers across the UK. ‘Three Little Mammoths’, was premiered in Glasgow featuring comedian Janey Godley, with an upcoming performance at the Three Choirs Festival with TV personality Ed Balls as narrator. The Marsyas Trio takes its name from Greek mythology.

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