The Amael Piano Trio was founded by three very accomplished artists, who, individually, have backgrounds as prominent soloists and chamber musicians.
All three artists, the pianist, Tatjana Ognjanović, the violinist, Volodja Balžalorsky and the cellist Damir Hamidullin, have performed internationally as guests of numerous music festivals and cycles, and as soloists with many orchestras.
Individually, as well, they have also created multiple CD,s and have made extensive live and archival radio and TV recordings throughout Europe and in the USA and Asia.
The trio has 13 years of successful performances in a variety of venues, concert series, and festivals including Carnegie Hall in New York, Grieg Festival in Bergen 2010, Mask Fest in San Mario (2010), Nuovi Spazi Musicali in Rome (2010), The Forge Concert Series in London, Festival Spectrum 2009 at Gasteig in Munich, Forfest 2009 in Kromeriz, Kolarc Chamber Music Podium 2010 in Belgrade, Festival NIMUS in Niš, Bled Festival, Pučišča Summer Festival, Bol Summer Festival, performance at Cankarjev Dom (the most important cultural centre in Slovenia), the International Festival of Contemporary Music in Radenci, Summer Music Festival of Hvar (Croatia), International concert series of Zemono, The Spectrum Festival etc.
The Amael Trio has achieved the status of being among the most sought after chamber groups in Slovenia. In addition to performing known traditional trio literature from various style epochs, the trio is also dedicated to performing contemporary works, and to the promotion, internationally, of Slovenian composers of piano trio literature.
Hello to all three members of the Ameal Piano Trio and a warm welcome to Akouson. I really like your profile and see you are dedicated to performing contemporary music. I would very much like to show you my Piano Trio, subtitled 'Trilogy of Universal Gifts' and written in 2010. As I do not seem to be able to attach documents here at Akouson, would you be kind enough to send me an email to email@example.com and I will gladly send you score and parts. I believe it is a work that can be programmed with standard repertoire. I do hope to hear from you, Malcolm.