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Published on Jun 13, 2013
Peter Frankl, Piano - Gyorgy Pauk, Violin - Ralph Kirshbaum, Cello
Dedicated to Hans Keller
The first official performance of the trio did not take place until July 4, 1982 at the Cheltenham Festival, under circumstances that none could have predicted. For The Daily Telegraph, Peter Stadlen wrote on July 6, 1982:
The audience stood in silence after the first public performance of "Trio Notturno" at the Town Hall, Cheltenham, to honour the memory of the composer André Tchaikowsky, who died last week. In fact, Peter Frankl, piano, Gyorgy Pauk, violin, and Ralph Kirshbaum, cello, had already played the work at the funeral of the 46-year-old pianist-composer, Polish-born and not related to his Russian namesake.