26 years playing chamber music
In December 1996, three young Spanish musicians met for the first time with the goal of creating a piano trio. We had in common an unrestrainable passion for chamber music and the belief that, with hard work, we could find “our place” into the wonderful world of chamber music. Among our goals were the wish of exploring the rich historical repertoire for our ensemble (our first concert featured trios by Brahms and Schubert!) And, at the same time, to contribute to the creation of new repertoire working closely with the composers of our days.
We chose the name of “Arbós” to homage an almost mythical figure of Spanish music, Enrique Fernández Arbós, who was able to take our own initial goals to the highest point of excellence through his double task of violinist and conductor.
26 years after, with more than 30 CDs, hundreds of premieres and many exciting projects to our count, our dreams are still intact and our desire to share them with you is more alive than ever.
We have recorded more than 30 CDs. These are our last releases.
New CD: Manuel de Falla
MANUEL DE FALLA, Joaquín Nin-Culmell, Carlos Suriñach Trío Arbós addresses here the recording of the Concerto per harpsichord (or pianoforte), flute, oboe, clarinet, violin and cello by Manuel de Falla,…
Trío Arbós offers a transcription of Beethoven’s Fidelio Ouverture by Juan Carlos Garvayo
The Trío Arbós has produced a good number of transcriptions along the years. We enjoy performing them in concert as part of the program or as an encore. In that…
The Trío Arbós launches its new album: Boleros
Trio Arbós launches its new album for the label Sacratif, together with the singer Sandra Carrasco: BOLEROS arranged by Ricard Miralles “To speak of music without speaking of boleros is…