Mathieu van Bellen, violin; Ori Epstein, cello; Omri
Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, this trio of young players, formed in London in 2012, is becoming one of the leading piano trios of the younger generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across Europe. The trio runs an extensive performing schedule in major concert venues
and festivals in Europe and further afield, with concerts broadcast on BBC Radio3, Dutch Radio 4 and Germany’s Deutschlandfunk. The trio’s debut CD – Dvorak Trios – was released in 2016, receiving a 5-star review in the Diapason magazine and winning the 2016 Kersjesprijs, the foremost chamber award in Holland. Recipient of several prizes and awards, the trio has received guidance from such distinguished artists as Eberhard Feltz and Andras Schiff and is currently being mentored by members of the Artemis Quartet at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel (Brussels), where it is trio in residence. Mathieu van Bellen plays on Busch’s G.B.Guadagnini violin. The Busch Trio enjoys the support of the Kirckman Concert Society and the Park Lane Group.