Trio Fibonacci

Trio Fibonacci
Trio Fibonacci made its first appearance on the Canadian music scene in 1998, with the press reporting that “to hear them is to enter into the world of miracles” (Le Devoir, Montreal). The Trio Fibonacci has been guided by some of the world’s most respected chamber musicians, including Menahem Pressler, members of the Alban Berg, Guarneri and Vermeer String Quartets, and by their mentors Eberhard Feltz and Michael Vogler in Berlin. Trio Fibonacci is internationally recognized for its brilliant interpretations of the entire piano trio repertoire, from the works of Haydn through to collaborations with over forty living composers on four continents. Their concert tours have led them to several European countries, to Argentina, South Africa, Brazil and Japan, to Berlin, San Francisco and New York. Trio Fibonacci has performed for television in Canada, China, and Brazil, and their concerts have been broadcast on Canadian, German, Belgian and Chilean radio networks.
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Trio Fibonacci's debut on NMC also sees the first appearance on the label of James Clarke, whose Piano Trio is joined by solo works for each of the three instruments. Michael Finnissy's Independence Quadrilles  allows each line vertical independence from the others, while he has described In stiller Nacht as "an arrangement, or quite possible derangement" of Brahms' German folksong. The disc is completed with Gerald Barry's typically enigmatic In the Asylum.


The expert, suave Trio Fibonacci showcases chamber music by three prominent but very different British composers ... An impressive and enterprising contemporary music collection.
The Observer 2005


Recording date: 15-17 September 2004

Recording venue: Potton Hall, Suffolk

Engineer / Producer: David Lefeber
Editing & mastering: David Lefeber

Cover image: Francois Hall

(P) 2005 NMC Recordings Ltd

Oxford University Press
Catalogue number:
NMC D107
Release Date:
1 September 2005