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Ensemble Trivium is a dynamic collective of Brisbane’s leading musicians,

performing chamber music featuring the flute.

Since 2015, Ensemble Trivium has been dazzling audiences with their fresh, vibrant programming and inspired combinations of instruments.

 

Based in Brisbane, Ensemble Trivium performs a range of traditional and contemporary chamber repertoire, including commissions of new works and unearthing hidden gems. Various combinations of the group include flute, violin, viola, cello, double bass, clarinet, voice, piano and percussion.

 

In 2017/18, Ensemble Trivium was awarded two Arts Queensland grants for their project “Locally Sourced,” which saw the world premiere of five newly commissioned pieces by well known Brisbane composers Robert Davidson (Topology), John Parker (Trichotomy), Steve Newcomb, Rafael Karlen, and Thomas Green.

“Locally Sourced” delighted audiences with a unique fusion of jazz and classical elements with performances at

ABC Brisbane, Redland Performing Arts Centre, and Music By the Sea Series in Sandgate.
 The pieces featured flute, clarinet, bassoon and marimba/percussion.

 

past  collaborators: Nozomi Omote, Nicholas Harmsen, Nicole Tait, Anna Grinberg,

2020 artists: Anne Horton, Yoko Okayasu, Trish Dean, Alex Raineri, Marian Heckenberg, Michael Patterson
2021 artists: Natsuko Yashimoto, Anne Horton, Yoko Okayasu, Katherine Philp, Jacob Enoka, Brendan Joyce, Roger Cui

"Bravo Ensemble Trivium on your wonderful chamber concert  ‘Locally Sourced’. The playing was absolutely superb! ...  a veritable musical feast. 

 

I say without any reservation that your beautiful concert was the best contemporary music concert I have had the privilege to attend.

 

Keep up the great work. I look forward to hearing Ensemble Trivium again."

     - Ann Thompson OAM, Director Medici Concerts

"The ensemble performs with a strong sensitivity to one another." 

     - ClassikON

"Great concert. Awesome performers mastering their instruments and the room acoustic to deliver a unique experience. World-class!"

    - audience member (Flying Mallets concert Brisbane)

OUR NEXT CONCERT:
2022 season will be revealed soon!