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Neave Trio to perform World Premiere of new triple concerto with conductor Joann Falletta

On June 24, 2022, Neave Trio will give the World Premiere performance of a new triple concerto by celebrated American composer, Robert Patterson. The performance will take place as part of the Mostly Modern Festival, with the American Modern Orchestra, under the baton of legendary conductor, and Music Director of the Buffalo Philharmonic orchestra, Joann Falletta. More information here

Neave Trio Releases Musical Remembrances on Chandos Records

Neave Trio's latest album, Musical Remembrances — the Trio’s fourth album with Chandos Records — was released on May 6, 2022. It includes Rachmaninoff’s Trio élégiaque No. 1; Brahms’ Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8; and Ravel’s Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 67. The new album presents music connected by the theme of remembrance. Rachmaninoff’s early first piano trio was inspired by Tchaikovsky’s trio in A minor, and shows illuminating(is glimpses of the mature composer to come. The elegiac mood of Rachmaninoff’s work is matched by that of Brahms’s first trio – again an early composition – which was inspired by the composer’s (unrequited) feelings for Clara Schumann. Ravel’s only piano trio was composed in 1914, as France was being drawn into the horrors of the first world war. Ravel draws extensively on the rhythms and forms of his native Basque musical traditions, while the title of the second movement, "Pantoum," refers to a form of traditional Malaysian poetry which typically deals with two separate themes in alternation, a feature to which Ravel responds with a series of contrasting themes and textures. More information here

Neave Trio featured on New Focus Records latest release,"Missing Words"

On January 21, 2022, New Focus Recordings releases the world premiere recording of the entire Missing Words (2014-2021) cycle on 2 CDs. Full announcement here. "Missing Words" features all new works by composer Eric Nathan and performances by: Boston Modern Orchestra Project, American Brass Quintet, cellist Parry Karp and pianist Christopher Karp, International Contemporary Ensemble, Neave Trio, and Hub New Music. Missing Words is a six-part series inspired by German words from Ben Schott's book Schottenfreude that describe ineffable experiences of contemporary life. Schott has contributed a foreword for the album and Robert Kirzinger wrote the liner notes. Learn more here

The Boulanger Initiative presents: "Her Voice: A Visual Journey" with Neave Trio and artist Ryan Brady 

Neave Trio, with their collaborator, visual artist Ryan Brady and hosted by the Boulanger Initiative and its founder, Laura Colgate, take their online audience on a visual tour of the Trio's latest album, "Her Voice". Both Neave and Brady will discuss with Colgate what lead them to this visual and musical collaboration. Watch the performance below:

D-Cell: Neave Trio Residency at PS21 with David Michalek and BodySonnet

D-CELL: an Exhibition & Durational Performance in two parts is conceived and directed by multi-disciplinary visual artist David Michalek.


D-CELL presents an encounter with deceleration in both dance and visual art. The project, a hybrid between an exhibition and a performance, is comprised of two distinct but related works:


SlowDancingLive1 (2020 premiere)


Utilizing PS21’s architecture, grounds, and trails as media canvas, dancers from BodySonnet, Peridance, Gallim and The Martha Graham Dance Company will perform decelerated sequences on sand-covered raised platforms stationed throughout the landscape. Live music by the Neave Trio will accent the movement with improvisations and works inspired by Morton Feldman, whose compositions “seldom rise above a whisper . . . glacially slow and snowily soft” (Alex Ross, the New Yorker).


Portraits in Dramatic Time (2010)


The video installation, commissioned by Lincoln Center Festival and the Lincoln Center Public Art Fund, utilizes ultra-high-speed cameras to record scenes with well-known theater and film performers which, when played back, unfold at a glacial pace, thereby creating new layers of scenic content and meaning. Portraits in Dramatic Time features leading actors including Lili Taylor, William H. Macy, Patti LuPone, Holly Hunter, Alan Rickman, Ludivigne Sagnier, and Liev Schreiber. It will screen in the evenings in the Pavilion theater on Sept. 6, 7, 11, 12 with musical accent by the Neave Trio. More information below:


Neave Trio Featured on BBC3 on "InTune: Home Sessions" with Katie Derham

 In this unprecedented time when it is not possible to be traveling and touring as Neave normally would, the Trio is honored to be able to perform for BBC3's "In tune: Home Sessions" with Katie Derham, offering a movement of Clara Schumann's moving trio, as performed from their home in Boston. Listen to the broadcast below:

Neave Trio's "Her Voice" (Chandos Records) featured as "Key Recording To Buy Or Stream" 

"Her Voice", the Neave Trio's acclaimed most recent release on the Chandos Record Label, is once again honored to be recommended by BBC3, this time as one of their selected "Key Recordings to Buy or Stream". Listen to the broadcast below:

"Her Voice" (Chandos Records) chosen by BBC3 as a "Favorite Recording of 2019"

Neave Trio is honored that "Her Voice" was chosen by BBC3 as one of their "Favorite recordings of 2019". Listen to the original broadcast below:​

"Her Voice" (Chandos Records) named "25 Best Classical Tracks of 2019" by the New York Times 

Neave Trio is honored that "Her Voice", their acclaimed most recent release on the Chandos Record Label, has been chosen as one of the "25 Best Classical Tracks of 2019" by the New York Times. Read the full list below:

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