|Beethoven||Piano Trio Op. 70 No. 1 in D, Ghost|
|Shostakovich||Piano Trio in C minor Op. 8|
|Smetana||Piano Trio in G minor Op. 15|
The internationally celebrated Rosamunde Trio present three masterworks of the piano trio repertoire.
Beethoven’s famous Ghost Trio, with its remarkable slow movement, compared by Czerny to Shakespeare’s Hamlet, is followed by Shostakovich’s youthful C minor trio from the 1920s.
Their programme ends with the Smetana’s passionate piano trio, composed in the 1850s and first heralded as a masterpiece by none other than Franz Liszt.