About Tel Aviv Trio

The Tel Aviv Trio was founded under the auspices of The Jerusalem Music Centre in 1998. The Trio is rapidly gaining recognition as one of the most outstanding young ensembles on the international stage, having won First Prize at the Concours International de Musique de Chambre de Haute Alsace and prizes at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, Vittorio Gui International Chamber Music Competition in Florence, the Città di Trapani International Chamber Music Competition, the Joseph Joachim Competition, and the Erst-Klassik Competition in Germany. The Trio is the winner of the 2006 Israeli Ministry of Education award for Chamber Music.

The Tel Aviv Trio has played in some of the world's most spectacular concert halls, including the Philharmonic in Berlin, the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, the Kennedy Center in Washington, the Wallace Collection in London, the Conde Duque in Madrid, the Tivoli Concert Hall in Copenhagen, and other major concert halls throughout Israel, Europe, the United States, Southeast Asia and Australia. The Trio recently performed Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with the Young Israel Philharmonic at the Tel Aviv Museum. In addition, the Trio was the first Israeli ensemble to be engaged to perform concerts in Qatar (the Persian Gulf). The Tel Aviv Trio can be heard on numerous radio stations, including BBC, France Musique, Radio Italia, WQXR, ABC, NDR, SWR and Israel’s Voice of Music.

The Tel Aviv Trio has taken part in such prestigious festivals as the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Deutsche Grammophone’s Yellow Lounge, Bergen International Festival, Art is Life Festival, International Encounters, Bangalow Festival and the International Musicians Seminar (IMS) Prussia Cove. The Trio collaborated at these festivals with world renowned artists such as Isaac Stern, Leon Fleischer, Hatto Beyerle, Bernard Greenhouse, Steven Isserlis, Tabea Zimmermann, Miriam Fried, Zvi Meniker and with members of the Emerson and Juilliard String Quartets. The Trio has also given concerts with world leading violists Carla-Maria Rodrigues, and Michael Tree (the Guarneri Quartet), as well as clarinetist Philippe Cuper.

The Tel Aviv Trio is currently participating in the Professional Piano Trio Program at the New England Conservatory in Boston, under the guidance of Donald and Vivian Hornik Weilerstein.
The Tel-Aviv Trio is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation and the Ronen Foundation grants.

"We actually couldn't imagine our development as artists without the AICF. It has been such an integral motivating and supportive part of our lives and we will be always grateful for it."

Tel Aviv Trio


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