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Trio Sternin

  • Trio STERNIN -
    Trio STERNIN - "Coral" Temple - Bucharest, 21 December 2017
  • Romanian Atheneum, 2012
    Romanian Atheneum, 2012
  • Romanian Atheneum, 2011
    Romanian Atheneum, 2011
  • Romanian Atheneum, 2012
    Romanian Atheneum, 2012
  • Romanian Atheneum, 2011
    Romanian Atheneum, 2011
  • Romanian Atheneum, 2012
    Romanian Atheneum, 2012
  • Trio STERNIN -
    Trio STERNIN - "Coral" Temple - Bucharest, 21 December 2017
  • Romanian Atheneum, 2012
    Romanian Atheneum, 2012
  • Trio STERNIN - House Concert, Berlin - 9 December 2019
    Trio STERNIN - House Concert, Berlin - 9 December 2019
  • Brussels, 2012
    Brussels, 2012
  • Brussels Royal Conservatory, 2012
    Brussels Royal Conservatory, 2012
  • Jassy, 2012
    Jassy, 2012
  • Jassy, 2012
    Jassy, 2012
  • Jassy, 2012
    Jassy, 2012
  • Sibiu, 2013
    Sibiu, 2013
  • Breaza, 2011
    Breaza, 2011
  • Tulcea, 2013
    Tulcea, 2013

About Trio Sternin

TRIO STERNIN was founded in 2010 on the iniative of Mr. Iancu ZUCKERMAN and Adriana & Martin STERNIN Foundation. 
 
Since its founding the Trio was coordinated by Univ.Prof.Dr. Şerban-Dimitrie SOREANU from the “National University of Music Bucharest”. 
 
"... Trio "STERNIN" is looming as a promoter of all that is beautiful, noble, invigorating and constructive. Their art involves also a pulse of patriotism with amplitude and altitude, a continuous concern and passion to a world of higher expressive performance that will surely enroll them in the national and international circuit of recitals and concerts." 
 
Univ.Prof. Dr. Ulpiu Vlad  (Vice President  of the "Romanian Union of Composers and Musicologists ") / 2012 

 
Members:
Daria TUDOR (piano), Georgeta IORDACHE (violin) and Ella BOKOR (cello) / Andrei IONIŢĂ (cello) – till February 2012
 
 
Teachers:
Univ.Prof.Dr. Şerban-Dimitrie SOREANU – “National University of Music Bucharest” (2010 – 2014)
 
 
They collaborated / collaborate with:
Jewish Community Center (“JCC”) from Romania, “jazz.ro”, Tulcea County School Inspectorate, “Pro Valores” Association, “ICon Arts” etc.
Composers Sabin Păutza and Ulpiu Vlad
The Romanian Radio Broadcasting
  
 
Recitals:
21 December 2017 - "Coral" Temple from Bucharest
23 June2013 - Nativity and St. Andrew Church from Ploieşti
24 April 2013 - German Forum from Sibiu - Mirrors Hall (“Music in Mirror”)
23 Marc 2013 - Peleş National Museum from Sinaia - Castle Concert Hall (“Sound of Music”)
26 January 2013 - “George Georgescu” High School - Tulcea (“Music and Communication”)
25 January 2013 - Oilman Club - LUKOIL from Ploieşti (“15 years of LUKOIL in Romania”)
11 December 2012 - Royal - Koninklijk Brussels Conservatory, the Main Concert Hall
27 October 2012 - “Mihail Jora” Hall of Romanian Radio Broadcasting, Bucharest, opening the “Anouar Brahem” Quartet concert
26 April 2012 - Jewish Community Center (“JCC”) - Bucharest
24 April 2012 - “Moldova” Philharmonic - Jassy
04 October 2011 - “Paul Constantinescu” Philharmonic - Ploieşti
04 May 2011 - “Oltenia” Philharmonic - Craiova
 
 
Diplomas (with celist Andrei IONIŢĂ):
“The Journey to Celebrity” National Competition, “Chamber Music” section, Bucharest, 2012 / Ist Prize
“Gradus ad Parnassum” National Competition, Chamber Music” section”, Bucharest, 2011 / Ist Prize
 
 
Repertoire:
Ludwig van Beethoven - Trio no.3 in C minor, op.1
Sergei Rachmaninov - Trio Elegiac no.1 in G minor
Claude Debussy - Piano Trio in G major
Dmitri Shostakovich - Trio no.2 in D minor, op.67
Astor Piazzolla - "The four seasons of Buenos Aires"
Dumitru Bughici- Divertimento for violin, cello and piano, op.21
Sabin Păutza - Divertimento no. 2 - for violin, cello and piano
Ulpiu Vlad - Echoes II (violin, cello and piano)
 
 
Recordings (with cellistin Ella BOKOR):
For the “Golden Sound Archive” of Romanian Radio Broadcasting - “Mihail Jora” Hall (January 2013):
Sergei Rachmaninov - Trio Elegiac no.1 in G minor
Sabin Păutza - Divertimento no. 2 - for violin, cello and piano

For the "Romanian Union of Composers and Musicologists " - The Main Hall of the “George Enescu” National Museum (January 2014):
Ulpiu Vlad - Echoes II (violin, cello and piano)