The art song of the 19th century was firmly linked to the instrument that was to be found in every noble house – the piano. Other available players were warmly welcomed in the salon, and the editions were published with ad-libitum or obbligato parts for violin, flute, horn, cello, harmonium and the instrument extraordinarily sophisticated by Mozart and Weber and well suited in range and timbre – the clarinet. The profitable combination of voice, clarinet and piano delighted intimate get-togethers and inspired many beautiful works.
United by their enthusiasm for song and chamber music, the three musicians came together in 2019 and have been performing since then as “Trio Frühling”. The trio won 1st prize at the Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition, Salzburg, and the Prize of the Friends and Patrons of the State University of Music, Trossingen.