Dali Piano Trio

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“The distinctive feature of the members of the Dali Trio, all excellent instrumentalists, is their skill in shaping their musical ideas so that they become, in a true sense, “A Trio”.


Winning First Prize and a Gold Medal at the 6th International Chamber Music Competition in Osaka (Japan) presided over by Zakhar Bron, First Prize at the prestigious International Keyboard Trio Competition of the Frankfurt Commerzbank (Germany) presided over by Julia Fischer and Second Prize at the Young Concert Artists International Auditions Competition in New York in 2008, the Dali Trio is a sensation wherever it appears, and is already considered to be one of the most remarkable trio of its generation.
The trio’s name is a reference to the precious Asiatic marble from the Chinese city of Dali, a material that is progressively and fastidiously carved to produce works of art. This work, this thoughtful and creative shaping, the symbols of  Dali’s marble, reflects the Trio’s essential musical values. The contrasting itineraries and temperaments of its members, united at the same time by strong ties of friendship, bring a balance and a very special light to their formation.
The Dali Trio has appeared in many countries (Belgium, Germany, England, France, Spain, Italy, Latvia, Libya, USA, Japan, etc.) and has been invited by such recognised centres of music as the International Festival of Aix en Provence, the Radio France Festival in Montpellier, the Festival de Menton, the Festival du Vexin, the International Chamber Music Festival in Riga, the Kauffman Hall in New York, the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, annual recitals in the Palais des Beaux-Arts and Flagey (Brussels), in the Izumi Hall of Osaka among others. He also collaborates with eminent artistes such as Maria João Pires, Augustin Dumay, Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Jiang Wang and José van Dam. The Trio also regularly appears on the radios of France Musiques, RTBF, NHK, Mezzo, ARTE, Klassik 3.
The Dali Trio was recently awarded the prestigious ‘Chamber Music Award’ by the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, which earned it a close collaboration with the presti- gious orchestra and some important promotion in the United Kingdom. The Leverhulme Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music in London accords the Trio a residence and teaching assignments within the prestigious institution.  

The Dali Trio made his début in Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Sinfonia Varsovia and the Latvian National Orchestra conducted by Pascal Rophé, Augustin Dumay, Gérard Korsten. They recently made their debut in Japan playing over ten different cities (Osaka&Tokyo débuts), at the Auditorium du Louvres (Paris, at the Southbank Centre (London).
The trio released a CD devoted to M. Ravel under the label Fuga Libera (Harmonia Mundi) which was acclaimed by the critics (10 from Répertoire Magazine, Diapason d’Or, CD of the month by Classica, « Choc » of the year by Classica Magazine).

Vineta Sareika plays a Mattio Gofriller violin made in Cremona in 1690 and Christian-Pierre La Marca, an Antonius & Gyronimus Amati cello of 1619, both on loan to them from the Queen Elisabeth Music Foundation.




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