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Manchester Piano Trio

The Manchester Piano Trio was formed in 2001 and has become one of Britain's most established and popular chamber ensembles. The trio is made up of the international concert pianist and chamber musician Jeremy Young, who is a senior piano tutor and Director of Chamber Music at the Royal Northern College of Music, the violinist Adi Brett who is currently Associate Leader of the Manchester Camerata and plays guest principal for orchestras including the BBC Philharmonic, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the prize winning Principal Cellist of the Halle Orchestra, Nicholas Trygstad.

The trio make regular appearances at venues such as Bridgewater Hall in Manchester and St Johns Smith Square in London and since being represented by the 'Countess of Munster Recital Scheme' and the 'Making Music Recital Scheme' have become a regular favourites in music clubs throughout the UK.

manchester piano trio

 

jeremy young - pianist