Neave Trio Announces Fourth Album On Chandos Data: Musical Remembrances

The Neave Trio (Anna Williams, violin Mikhail Veselov, cello Eri Nakamura, piano) announce Musical Remembrances – the Trio’s fourth album with Chandos Records, which will be readily available digitally around the globe on April 29, 2022, with CDs following on Might 6, 2022. The album involves Rachmaninoff’s Trio élégiaque No. 1 Brahms’ Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8 and Ravel’s Piano Trio in A insignificant, Op. 67. The 2nd motion of the Brahms Trio is now obtainable: https://smarturl.it/MusicalRemembrances.

The new album offers songs linked by the theme of remembrance. Rachmaninoff’s early to start with piano trio was influenced by Tchaikovsky’s trio in A slight, and displays illuminating(is glimpses of the experienced composer to appear. The elegiac temper of Rachmaninoff’s get the job done is matched by that of Brahms’s first trio – yet again an early composition – which was inspired by the composer’s (unrequited) inner thoughts for Clara Schumann. Ravel’s only piano trio was composed in 1914, as France was being drawn into the horrors of the first entire world war. Ravel draws extensively on the rhythms and kinds of his native Basque musical traditions, even though the title of the second motion, “Pantoum,” refers to a variety of standard Malaysian poetry which typically offers with two different themes in alternation, a feature to which Ravel responds with a collection of contrasting themes and textures.

For the Neave Trio, the concept of remembrance in this album was really particular. They say:

“We truly feel like the activities of the final several several years, which includes of training course the COVID-19 pandemic, have impacted all of us in approaches massive and small. When we discovered ourselves in lockdown like the relaxation of the world, the strategy of time standing nevertheless – as perfectly as its fleeting, urgent mother nature and the common dilemma of how we expend it – felt much more suitable than ever. As COVID affected us on equally qualified and individual ranges, we also found ourselves dwelling with these three operates – is effective we experienced collectively felt to be ‘larger than life’ when very first approached. The much more we lived with them, the far more we felt that their legacies, even so looming, ended up also deeply personalized. Whether it is a youthful Rachmaninoff experience the weight of Tchaikovsky’s legacy in his ‘Elegiaque,’ Brahms revisiting his youthful trio as a mature composer, or Ravel contemplating what extremely effectively could have been his final do the job – hurriedly creating his Piano Trio before departing for the Wonderful War – almost nothing, not even the most timeless perform of artwork, is built in a vacuum. Nobody can avoid the dilemma of what they may well go away powering or for what they could be remembered.”

Hailed by BBC Tunes Magazine for its “generous and warm-hearted, totally beguiling participating in, the Neave Trio has emerged as just one of the greatest young ensembles of its era. It has been praised by WQXR Radio in New York Town for its “shiny and radiant songs producing,” explained by The Strad as acquiring “sophisticated phrasing and deft manage of textures,” and praised by The New York Situations for its “excellent performances.”

Musical Remembrances is the Neave Trio’s fourth album with Chandos Data. It follows Her Voice (2019), an album highlighting the new music of distinguished ladies composers Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, and Rebecca Clark French Moments (2018), which incorporates the only recognized piano trios by Debussy, Fauré, and Roussel and Neave’s Chandos debut, American Moments (2016), showcasing works by Korngold, Foote, and Bernstein.

Gramophone described Her Voice as, “a splendid introduction to these 3 groundbreaking woman composers” and the album was named just one of the most effective recordings of the year by both The New York Occasions and BBC Radio 3. BBC New music Magazine wrote of French Moments, “[Neave Trio’s] performances balance enthusiasm with sensitivity and grace.” And of Neave’s Chandos debut, BBC Songs Journal wrote, “The Trio gives a robust sense of partnership, with the Bernstein, bounding along in fantastic spirit. The Foote shines incredibly and is nicely value finding,” even though American History Guidebook explained Neave’s actively playing as “idiomatic and eye-catching.”

Musical Remembrances | Neave Trio | Chandos Data | Launch Day: April 29, 2022 (Electronic, All over the world) / May perhaps 6, 2022 (CDs)

Recorded September 21-23, 2021 at Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk, England

Produced by Jonathan Cooper

[1] Rachmaninoff (1873-1943): Trio élégiaque No. 1 (1892) [14:05]

[2-5] Brahms (1833-1897): Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8 (1853-54, revised 1889) [35:40]

[6-9] Ravel (1875-1937): Trio in A insignificant, Op. 67 (1914) [26:58]

Given that forming in 2010, Neave Trio – violinist Anna Williams, cellist Mikhail Veselov, and pianist Eri Nakamura – has acquired tremendous praise for its partaking, chopping-edge performances. Neave has done at several esteemed live performance collection and at festivals around the world, which includes Lincoln Center’s Largely Mozart Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Corridor, Smithsonian American Art Museum, 92nd Road Y, Rockport Chamber Music Pageant, Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Tunes Sequence (United Kingdom), and the Samoylov and Rimsky Korsakow Museums’ Chamber Audio Sequence in St. Petersburg (Russia). The Trio has held residency positions at Brown University, University of Virginia, San Diego Condition University as the initially ever Fisch/Axelrod Trio-in-Residence, and the Banff Centre (Canada), amongst quite a few other establishments. Neave Trio was also in home at the MIT Faculty of Architecture and Layout in collaboration with dancer/choreographer Richard Colton. In the fall of 2017, the Trio joined the faculty of the Longy College of New music of Bard Faculty as Alumni Artists, College Ensemble‑in‑Residence.

Neave Trio strives to champion new works by living composers and achieve broader audiences by impressive live performance displays, consistently collaborating with artists of all mediums. These collaborations involve a new venture, Soaring, with choreographer Gabrielle Lamb, Pigeonwing Dance, and composer Robert Sirota performances with the Blythe Barton Dance Enterprise projection artist Ryan Brady the interactive live performance series “STEIN2.,” with composer Amanuel Zarzowski Klee Musings by acclaimed American composer Augusta Browse Thomas, which was premiered by Neave the premiere of Eric Nathan’s Lacking Phrases V, sponsored by Coretet and a new music video clip by filmmaker Amanda Alvarez Díaz of Astor Piazzolla’s “Otoño Porteño.”

When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered concert halls all-around the entire world, the Neave Trio located significant ways to conduct securely. In April 2020, Anna Williams and Mikhail Veselov of the Neave Trio were being filmed giving an emotional and heartfelt functionality of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah in aid of their neighbor – a nurse and new mother – and all necessary personnel all through the coronavirus crisis. The video was shared by PBS’ American Portrait series and has above 1 million sights. Neave also performed virtual live shows for The Violin Channel’s “Dwelling Space Reside” sequence the “Notes of Hope: Music for the Frontline” series, which provided a each day performance of many thanks by major Boston classical musicians for COVID-19 frontline health care workers at Boston clinical centers and for Longy University of Audio of Bard College’s Digital Reward. Supplemental livestream live shows incorporated performances presented by the Asheville Chamber Tunes Sequence, the Auditorium Chamber Songs Sequence at the College of Idaho, the Heart for Arts in Natick, Ridgecrest Chamber Tunes Modern society, and the President’s Chamber Audio Sequence at Western New Mexico College. In the summertime and slide of 2020, Neave carried out outdoor, socially-distanced live shows at PS21: Effectiveness Spaces for the 21st Century, the Walnut Hill School’s “Summer time of Art, Six Toes Aside” festival, and the Newport Songs Festival.

For a lot more info, visit www.neavetrio.com.