The Delphi Trio | TRIPTYCH
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TRIPTYCH

The Delphi Trio presents “Triptych,” their newest album. Featuring the works of Johannes Brahms, a world premiere from William Bolcom, and Ludwig van Beethoven, it represents the turbulence of the human emotion. From sheer joy to utter despair, it reaches into the depths of the soul and returns with a determination to love and to hope.

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770 –1827)
PIANO TRIO IN E-FLAT MAJOR, OP.70, NO.2 (1809)

WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING
WILLIAM BOLCOM (b.1938)
PIANO TRIO (2014)

JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833 –1897)
PIANO TRIO NO.3 IN C MINOR, OP.101 (1886)

Liana Bérubé, violin
Michelle Kwon, cello
Jeffrey LaDeur, piano

Published by MSR Classics, the cover art is entitled “Haytor Quarry” by John Hubbard (1981). Produced, Engineered, and Mastered by Matthew Carr of Yellow Brick Audio.
Recorded at the Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon, in December of 2017.

Dedicated to Bonnie Hampton
In memory of Mark Sokol
Special thanks to Abby Rumsey and Rina Chang

Also available for purchase on Amazon.com

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