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UMS Concert Program, January 15, 1994: Tchaikovsky Piano Trio --

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Season: 115th
Concert: Twenty-ninth
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

University Musical Society
Debut United States Tour
Tchaikovsky Piano Trio
Konstantin Bogino, piano
Alexandre Brussilovsky, violin
Anatole Liebermann, cello
Saturday Evening, January 15, 1994, at 8:00 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Divertimento in B-flat Major, K. 254 ................Mozart
Allegro assai
Rondeau-tempo de menuetto
Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15..................Smetana
Moderato assai Allegro ma non agitato Finale presto
Piano Trio No. 2, in E minor, Op. 67.............Shostakovich
Allegro non troppo
Allegretto (attaca)
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The Tchaikovsky Trio was founded in 1975 in Moscow with violinist P. Vernikov at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. All three members won the first prize of excellence both as soloists and chamber musicians.
The Trio had great success in many cities in the Soviet Union where they gave approximately 180 concerts from 1975 to 1978. They participated in important events in the Soviet musical world such as the celebration of Shostakovich's 70th birthday as well as playing Beethoven's Triple Concerto numerous times with some of the Soviet Union's best orchestras.
By 1981 all members of this ensemble had left the Soviet Union. From then on their concertizing brought them to such prestigious international festivals as Menton and Sully (France), Santander (Spain), Nantali and Kuhmo (Finland), Brechia-Bergamo and Torino (Italy), Kitakyushu (Japan), as well as to some of Europe's most important music series: Paris' Salle Gaveau, London's Wigmore Hall, Milan's Teatro la Scala, Florence's Teatro de la Pergola, and Amsterdam's Concertgebouw. They also took part in many radio and television programs and have made numerous recordings. The members of this Trio are often asked to be part of the jury of important international competitions. In 1991 the Trio returned to their native land at the invitation of Sviatoslav Richter to participate in his festival at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. The Tchaikovsky Piano Trio marks their 1994 U.S. debut tour with concerts in Ann Arbor, San Francisco, and New York.
As soloists, with orchestra and in different chamber music formations, they perform with such musicians as C. Zimmerman, A. Pay, N. Gutman, Y. Bashmet and O. Kagan. They were founders and artistic directors of the International Academy and festivals in Portogruaro, Italy; Bormes-les-Mimosas, France and Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia. Konstantin
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