The Morgenstern Piano Trio

Friday, March 22 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM [EST]

2030 N. Hwy A1A, Indialantic, Florida, 32903, United States


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Friday, March 22 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM [EST]

About the Event

The audience and the press celebrate the Morgenstern Trio for highest chamber music and technical standards: its long-matured interpretations fascinate in the elaboration of finest nuances. 

Above all, however, the unmistakable desire for common expression, the ever-present curiosity, the immediacy of the group's enthusiasm for playing captivate the listener. 


In the Piano Trio - as in no other genre - symphonic density and power are combined with the audibility and intimacy of a solo recital. Balancing these charming opposites in a homogenous overall sound is the great challenge in piano trios. 


Through a conscientious as well as creative occupation with the repertoire over many years, the three musicians of the Morgenstern Trio succeed in presenting this ideal in an impressive way. 

Decorated with the highest prices and awards (Vienna, Melbourne, ARD, KLRITA), the Morgenstern Trio is at home on the most important podiums in the world. These include: Carnegie Hall New York, Kennedy Center Washington DC, Musikverein and Konzerthaus Vienna, Philharmonics Essen, Cologne and Berlin, Concertgebouw Amsterdam and others. 


However, close friends of the ensemble know that the greatest morning hours of the morning often await them in the smallest halls in the world: chamber music ... 


Catherine Klipfel, piano 

Stefan Hempel, violin 

Emanuel Wehse, cello 


The Morgenstern Trio gave a smashing debut Thursday night at the Kennedy Center's Terrace Theater. In works by Ravel, Bernstein and Brahms, the group displayed a unanimity, polished technique and musical imagination that I thought had vanished from the scene with the demise of the Beaux Arts Trio 

Washington Post 

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The MCMS concerts are enjoyed in an intimate setting and thus allow you to become more immersed in the music. Each event typically lasts about 2 hours.