Contemporary classical ensemble

Tritium Trio

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About Tritium Trio

Contemporary classical ensemble
The Tritium Trio is a London-based Clarinet Trio, formed at RAM in January 2013. A charismatic group focusing on unusual repertoire.

Formed in January 2013 at the Royal Academy of Music, the Tritium Trio is a truly multinational ensemble, comprising Slovenian clarinettist Jernej Albreht, Swedish cellist Lydia Hillerudh, and Australian pianist Joseph Havlat. The foremost desire of the group is to explore repertoire other than pieces typically played by this ensemble type - in particular the clarinet trios of Beethoven and Brahms - in order to make rehearsals and performances as refreshing and enlightening as possible for both the trio and any audience they may have. 
In their relatively short time together they have performed throughout London and across the UK, with concerts in Blackheath, Leatherhead, Bristol (Colston Hall), St. James’s Piccadilly (London), and frequently at the Royal Academy of Music as part of the Tuesday and Thursday lunchtime concert series. They have been prize winners in the Harold Craxton and Harry Isaacs competitions at the Academy and have plans to enter several national and international competitions in the coming years, as well as continuing to give recitals around London. The trio is also enjoying the guidance of Levon Chilingrian (Chilingrian String Quartet). As a result of their interest in new and unplayed music, they have also premiered and recorded a clarinet trio written by Joseph and hope to be able to gather a set of commissioned works in the near future.

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Contemporary classical, Classical
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