Trio d'Argento

Three virtuosi join together in the exciting group, Trio d'Argento. Sibylle, Anna and Peter bring a superb level of excellence to the performance of their virtuoso arrangements and original pieces, but combine this with a fun relaxed and conversational atmosphere onstage.

The trio has firmly established itself in the Ontario chamber music scene in the past few years, playing to standing ovations and rave audience reviews for many series. In December 2014, the trio had its Music Toronto debut at the St.Lawrence Centre and has appeared for repeat engagements in concert series and University recitals across the province.

Trio D'Argento has collaborated with First Nations composer and performer Barbara Croall, and is planning to follow up our highly-successful debut recording with members of the Canadian Brass with a disc that will showcase our strong commitment to Canadian music. Plans are also in the works for more exciting new repertoire, some of which will continue to develop our educational approach to introducing newer compositions, multi-media experiences and audience-building programs, as in our beginning collaboration with the Institute for Quantum Computing Waterloo. The trio will also spread its wings and continue to build connections across Canada and into the US and Europe.

From the classics to jazz to exotic world music, these three brilliant musicians provide lively and entertaining concerts with spoken introductions to each piece. Sibylle and Peter play many different sizes of flutes, clarinets and even saxophone, creating a wide and ever-changing array of sound colours, combined with Anna's sparkling pianism.

Venues and Concert Series Trio D'Argento performed at:
Music Toronto, Sarnia, Muskoka, Midland, Orangeville, Brantford Musical Club, Gallery 345, Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music, Caledon Chamber Concerts, Universities of McMaster, Toronto, Wilfried Laurier, Guelph and Conrad Grebel.

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“Congratulations on a wonderful concert last night in Sarnia. The rhythmic precision and tuning were brilliant. I especially liked the Peterson work. You've made a very difficult acoustic combination sound so natural. I hope to hear you on our Sarnia program again next year.”

“Thank you all for the great concert. I'm still getting rave reviews from members of the audience. Not only was the music well played, the whole program was well chosen.”