Brahms's Piano Trio No. 3, written in 1886, is considered one of the composer's most intimate works, combining his signature romanticism with a classical form. On the other hand, Shostakovich's Piano Trio No. 2, composed in 1944, reflects the turmoil and tragedy of the 20th century, showcasing the composer's mastery of intense and dramatic expression.
The juxtaposition of these two works offers a unique perspective on the evolution of the piano trio genre and highlights the distinct musical languages of these two great composers. This concert is a rare opportunity to experience the beauty and depth of these masterpieces: don't miss this unforgettable music evening!
This concert is part of the musIICa series, presented in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute of Brussels and Brussels Muzieque. This special series aims to promote Italian musicians in Belgium. Exceptionally, these concerts have free entrance, as a courtesy offered to the public by the Italian Cultural Institute0.
Concert Piano Trios, from the "musIICa" series
Location: Rue de Livourne, 38, 1000 Brussels