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Trio Balthasar

Le 3 mai 2024 de 20:00 à 21:30
Le Baixu, 1080 Bruxe, Bruxelles et périphérie Belgique


Michael Foyle violin,Natalie Clein Violoncelle, Iain Burnside piano

TRIO BALTHASAR is a new chamber group, committed to imaginative, diverse programming. Since their Wigmore Hall debut in 2022, they look forward to

appearances at the City Music Foundation’s Wigmore Hall Gala, the Petworth Festival, the Pinner Festival, the Ludlow English Song Weekend and London’s

Imperial College, together with recitals in Italy and Belgium.


Since winning the 2016 Netherlands Violin Competition Michael's  concerto appearances have included Szymanowski 1 and Korngold with the Rotterdam Philharmonic and Prokofiev 1 with ECO. He followed an acclaimed debut recital disc of Debussy, Janacek and Respighi sonatas with Lutoslawski and Penderecki. The complete Beethoven sonatas with MaximŠtšura have just been released.



While Iain is celebrated primarily for his work with many of the world's great singers, he has extensive experience as a chamber musician. His discography spans over 50 CDs, reflecting both the wide spectrum of his musical interests, and his passion for programme planning. He has pursued a parallel career in broadcasting, honoured by a Sony Radio Award, and relishes any opportunity to combine both spheres of activity.

Haydn Trio in E minor Hob.XV:12

Judith Weir.  O Viridissima

Shostakovich Trio no 2, op 67


Dvorak Trio no 3 in F minor op 65

4 different trios from 4 different centuries: more, if you count the plainsong of Hildegard of Bingen, the inspiration behind Judith Weir’s poignant O Viridissima.

Haydn’s elegance and wit contrast with Dvorak's full blown Romantic passion, while Shostakovich’s Trio speaks to us from the dark days of the Second World War.


Le 3 mai 2024 de 20:00 à 21:30


Le Baixu, 3 rue Picard, Shed 1 , Tour et Taxis, 1080 Bruxe, Bruxelles et périphérie Belgique