“Never have I heard piano and stringed instruments meld together so seamlessly” – Bachtrack.

“The Number One Trio in the world!”
Bernard Greenhouse

"3 superb musicians who have formed a superb The Greenwich Trio!!"
Stephen Kovacevich

The Greenwich Trio, described by Bernard Greenhouse as the "New Beaux Arts Trio", is formed of pianist Yoko Misumi, Beethoven Society of Europe Top Prize-winner; Lana Trotovsek, a talent unveiled by Ruggiero Ricci’s at Salzburg’s Mozarteum; and cellist Stjepan Hauser, one of the last students of Rostropovich and winner of 21 first prizes all over the world. These three phenomenal talents joined forces in August 2006. and since then their breathtaking chamber music making gains the approval of audiences and critics. The trio won number of first prizes in the international chamber music competitions in UK, Belgium and Italy. They are recipients of Solti Foundation Award, Tunnell Trust as well as the winners of Beethoven Society of Europe Chamber Music Competition. The Greenwich Trio has worked closely with the Amadeus Quartet, Alban Berg Quartet, Guarneri Quartet, Beaux Arts Trio, Trio Fontenay, Menahem Pressler, Bernard Greenhouse, Ivry Gitlis, Stephen Kovacevich, Ralf Gothoni, Niklas Schmidt, Arnold Steinhardt, Valentin Erben and Eberhard Feltz. They are regular guests at the most prestigious International European Festivals such as Sanatander Festival, Rheingau Music Festival, Festival Ljubljana and many others. Festivals in the UK include Rye, Chipping Campden, Cheltenham and Bath. They gave series of concerts in Royal Palaces in Spain under the organization of Patrimonio Nacional led by Her Majesty the Queen. They have performed several times at Kings Place, St. Martin in the Fields and Amsterdam Concertgebouw. The Greenwich Trio have collaborated with conductor Barry Wordsworth and international viola soloist Rivka Golani. Barely four years after its formation, the ensemble aspires to be the most energetic, passionate and refined trio of the music world, and has given performances that have taken audiences by storm.