accio piano trio

The accio piano trio was founded in 2013 by Christina Scheicher, Clemens Böck and Anne Keckeis at Mozarteum University in Salzburg. Since summer 2015, Leo Morello is the new Cellist.
The ensemble is studying at Sándor Végh Institute of Mozarteum University, taking classes with pianist Tünde Kurucz, violinists Wolfgang Redik (Vienna Piano Trio), Rainer Schmidt (Hagen Quartet) and Klara Flieder (Leschetitzky Trio), and with the cellist Giovanni Gnocchi (David Piano Trio).The ensemble participated in a masterclass with the Trio di Parma in Portogruaro (Italy).

The accio piano trio has already received an invitation to perform at the 4th Salzburg Chamber Music Festival in June 2014. In September 2014, a concert tour led the ensemble to Wuhan and Shenzhen (China). They played further concerts at Steinway House Linz, in Vienna (Palais Lützow), in the chamber music hall (“Solitär”) of the University Mozarteum, in Marmorsaal at the Mirabell Palace and the Schlosskirche Mirabell, the Viennese Hall and the Great Hall of the Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg.
The ensemble won a 2nd prize at the ENKOR Chamber Music Competition '14 with their recording of Shostakovich's 1st piano trio. Since 2014, the accio piano trio is a member of the Yehudi Menuhin - Live Music Now Salzburg scholarship program and therefore played several concerts in Austria and Germany. Furthermore, the accio piano trio was one of the winners of Musica Juventutis and performed in the Wiener Konzerthaus in October 2015.
In June 2016 the ensemble was broadcasted on the Austrian radio programme (Ö1) with a recording of their concert "Early Works" in April. Concerts in the next season will lead the accio piano trio to Italy and Switzerland.

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Nameaccio piano trio Founded2013
Home LocationSalzburg, Austria
Main languageGerman Additional languages English,  Chinese,  French,  Italian 
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