A Polish violinist, the pianist from the Netherlands and a cellist from Paris. Different countries. Different musical heritages. And the instrumentation of the classical piano trio. What is astonishing is that the compositions which all three brought for this recording, so different in mood, tempo and style, all sound as if they have been created by a single entity.
Adam Baldych, Rogier Telderman and Vincent Courtois combine and juxtapose very different sounds and heritages. And that is a central concept behind this trio. "Europe is different, every country is different," says Baldych, "but music is a language which can bring us together, to one place." Violinist, cellist and pianist have combined here to find a range of expression that is both measured and exuberant. In 'Clouds' they have created magic, and the ultimate quality of all great music: the ability to call the listener back to enjoy its enfolding glories again and again.