Featured in Classical Music Magazine as one of the “front runners taking to the chamber music stage”, the Jacquin Trio are rapidly establishing a reputation for their dynamic performances and spirited music making.
Winners of the Royal Overseas League and the St Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Music Competitions, the trio have performed extensively across the UK as Making Music artists and in some of the most prestigious venues in the country. They have been recognised with awards and prizes from the International Music Competition ‘Salzburg’ Grand Prize Virtuoso 2016, Park Lane Group, the Solti Foundation, the Fidelio Trust, the 19th International Chamber Music Competition in Thessaloniki, Greece, the RCM’s Douglas Whittaker Prize, and the Tunnell Trust, the latter seeing them complete a critically acclaimed tour of Scotland in 2014. ?The Jacquins were also delighted to be ensemble in residence at The Forge, Camden where they curated a successful series celebrating some of the most exciting music for the ensemble, past and present.
In 2015, the trio received enthusiastic reviews for their performances at the Banff Centre’s prestigious summer chamber music residency, where they studied intensively with the eminent pianist Gilbert Kalish. They attend and performed at the International Musicians Seminar 2016 at Prussia Cove supported by the Solti Foundation, working with composer and pianist Thomas Adès.
In addition to their concert schedule, the trio are well experienced in music education and outreach projects, particularly through their long and ongoing association with Live Music Now.
The Jacquin Trio have already had several works written especially for them by both established and up and coming composers and are extending their repertoire with current commissions, including one from acclaimed composer Charlotte Bray to be premiered at the Park Lane Group Spring Series 2017 at St John’s Smith Square.