The Delphi Trio – a deeply communicative ensemble renowned for its “confidence, precision and a masterful ability to capture the subtle expressions in a wide variety of music” (Peninsula Reviews) – has just released their debut recording, Live, featuring works by Haydn, Chopin, and Arensky.
This weekend, Delphi is a featured artist at the 26th annual New Music Festival at Heidelberg University; they lead a panel discussion on “Opportunities and Challenges for Musicians in the 21st Century,” and offer a customized concert program featuring Middle Eastern and American contemporary repertoire.
Delphi began the month with a special performance of Olly Wilson’s Piano Trio at the Society for American Music; Wilson was recognized with an honorary Society membership for his music and contributions to American arts. And, this week, Delphi pianist Jeff LaDeur made his Carnegie Hall debut, performing a concert with violinist Ian Swensen and the Telegraph Quartet.
For the moment, meet Delphi in this lovely introductory video, join them on Facebook (where you can also delve into their excellent “Practice Project“), follow them on Twitter, browse their 15/16 programs, listening links, and more on the Delphi artist profile page on the Ariel site, and visit them at www.thedelphitrio.com.