Greenwich Trio

Greenwich Trio

Greenwich Trio

Described by Bernard Greenhouse as the ‘New Beaux Arts Trio’, Greenwich Trio comprises Slovenian violinist Lana Trotovšek, Canadian cellist Heather Tuach – who replaced original cellist Stjepan Hauser – and Japanese pianist Yoko Misumi.


    Since its formation in 2006, the group has won numerous prizes in the UK, Belgium and Italy, including the Solti Foundation and Tunnell Trust Awards, and the first prize of the Beethoven Society of Europe Chamber Music Competition. Greenwich Trio has been mentored by some of the greatest names in chamber music such as Amadeus Quartet, Alban Berg Quartett, Guarneri Quartet, Beaux Arts Trio, Trio Fontenay, Menahem Pressler, Bernard Greenhouse, Ivry Gitlis, Stephen Kovacevich, Ralf Gothóni, Arnold Steinhardt, Valentin Erben and Eberhardt Feltz.

    Greenwich Trio has performed at renowned international festivals including Festival Internacional de Santander, Rheingau Musik Festival, Festival Ljubljana, Festival Estoril Lisboa, Cheltenham Music Festival, Rye Arts Festival and The Bath Festival. The ensemble made its debut in Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw in 2009 and also appeared during the opening festival of London’s Kings Place in 2008. They gave a series of concerts in Madrid’s Royal Palaces organized by Patrimonio Nacional. Greenwich Trio has released recordings of Beethoven and Mendelssohn piano trios for Meridian Records and Beethoven’s ‘Archduke’ Trio for Hedone Records.