CUORE PIANO TRIO
classical ensemble based in Vienna
The ensemble was founded in 2017 in Warsaw and is currently based in Vienna, where the group studies under the guidance of Avedis Kouyoumdjian and Sibila Konstantinova at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien.
The trio has won several international chamber music competitions, such as the Music and Stars Awards International Music Competition in Tallinn (Grand Prix in 2022), the "Nouvelles Etoiles" International Music Competition in Paris (1st prize in 2021), Quebec International Music Competition in Canada (1st prize in 2020) or the 3rd Brilliant Talent Discovery Awards International Music Competition in Singapore (1st prize in 2019).
In 2019 Cuore Piano Trio won the "Stage for the Polish Music" program organized by the National Institute for Music and Dance (one of the leading cultural institutions in Poland), which allowed them to perform a debut recital in the National Philharmonic Hall in Warsaw, as well as other Polish Philharmonic Halls. They are artists of the Polish Music Agency and the Italian chamber music network Le Dimore del Quartetto.
Cuore Piano Trio performs regularly in Poland and abroad (i.a.: Italy, Austria, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Lithuania, or Russia). They performed an opening recital of the 47. Zenon Brzewski International Music Courses in Łańcut (PL) in 2021. They regularly perform in Italy during their residencies with the Le Dimore del Quartetto. They have been invited to perform three recitals in the Wiener Musikverein (Brahms-Saal) in the upcoming season.
In 2020 a renowned Polish label DUX Recording Producers released a set of 6 CDs, which present unknown Polish music performed by various young Polish artists. The trio's interpretations can be streamed on Spotify, Apple Music etc. What more, Zuzanna Budzyńska and Szymon Ogryzek recorded two CDs together. Their latest CD "POLONAISES" was very well reviewed by renowned music magazines and platforms (such as PIZZICATO and ResMusica) and is very often broadcasted on international radios. As a result of this recording, Budzyńska and Ogryzek were awarded the prestigious "Coryphaeus of the Polish Music" Prize in the "Discovery of the Year 2019" category by the National Institute of Music and Dance.
All the musicians are scholarship holders of the Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the Polish Prime Minister, the Centre for Artistic Education and others.
The trio's musical development has benefited greatly from the work with musicians such as Vida Vujic, David Dolan, Evan Rothstein, Michael Flaksman or Frank-Immo Zichner.
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