2011 Credit Suisse China Chamber Music Closes Their Curtain with Great Success

On June 9th 2011, the 2011 Credit Suisse China Chamber Music saw a climatic closure at the Concert Hall of Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.

On June 9th 2011, the 2011 Credit Suisse China Chamber Music saw a climatic closure at the Concert Hall of Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. On that night, the Moscow Rachmaninov Trio presented the Piano Trio in D Major by Taneyev and the Piano Trio No.1, Op.8 by Brahms. Their superb skills and flawless synergy intoxicated the entire hall. The musicians gave many encores after being urged by the audience with endless applauds. Dr. Buchmann, the chief representative of Credit Suisse in Asia-Pacific area, was among many distinguished guests, ambassadors, and cultural counselors that shared the phenomenal night together. The Rachmaninov Trio made successful tours in Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall as well as Shanghai Oriental Art Center before coming to Beijing.

The Rachmaninov Trio is has earned high praises of being “the best trio in the world.” The three musicians all studied at highly accliamed Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, and all have won world-class awards individually. The pianist, Yampolsky, has collaborated and witgh the top level record companies from Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Austria, and more. He is known notoriously as the Russian meritorious artist. The Cellist, Savinova, studied with Professor Shakhovskaya and has gained an excellent reputation around the world. Violinist Tsinman currently teaches at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and is also the chief violinist for Moscow Bolshoi Ballet. This is the second time that Rachmaninov Trio is invited to China to perform for Credit Suisse Chamber Music. As requested by Dr. Buchman, the Rachmaninov Trio brought to audience many beautiful works composed by Brahms, Smetana and Taneyev.

While chamber music performances are relatively rare in China, Credit Suisse China Chamber Music has been held successfully for 4 consecutive years. It continues to enrich the experience of Chinese music lovers by introducing them chamber music, which varies from solo acts and large symphonies that are often associated with the idea of classical music.

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