Trio Catch

Catch! - catch the audience. That’s what we want to do with our music. Trio Catch’s characteristic profile is distinguished by a virtuosic dialogue between the very different timbres of the instruments, clarinet, cello and piano, a passion in making music together and a search for a group sound.

Trio Catch

Boglárka Pecze (clarinet), Eva Boesch (cello) und Sun-Young Nam (piano) met as scholarship holders at the International Ensemble Modern Academy in Frankfurt. In addition to performing classical music, interpreting contemporary music is a focal point of their collaboration. 

The Hamburg-based trio have worked with numerous composers, including Mark Andre,
Georges Aperghis, Beat Furrer and Helmut Lachenmann, with whom they are also
connected through various CD production and radio recording projects. Trio Catch’s debut CD
was released in the spring of 2014 on the col legno label. A recording of Beat Furrer’s “AER”
will be released on KAIROS in the course of the year, while their version of Helmut
Lachenmann’s “Allegro sostenuto” will be released on Mode Records in 2015.

The trio won the Gotthard-Schierse Foundation concert award in Berlin in 2011, the Hermann
and Milena Ebel prize in 2012 and was awarded with the Berenberg Kulturpreis in 2014.
Trio Catch have been chosen by the European Concert Hall Organisation to take part in their Rising Stars series.
As such they will have the opportunity to perform in some of the biggest concert halls across Europe during the 2015/16 season.

A busy concert schedule has thus far seen Trio Catch play throughout Germany, France, Austria
and Switzerland as well as at festivals such as Ultraschall Festival in Berlin and the Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik. In the 2014/15 season they will perform at the Tage für neue Musik in Zurich and in the SWR ars nova series as well as giving their debut concert at the Kölner Philharmonie.

They will also hold a teaching post at the Musikhochschule Hamburg from the summer semester of 2014.

The trio is named after ‘Catch’ op. 4 by Thomas Adés, in which the clarinet is ‘caught’ by a piano trio playing a charming children’s round-melody. 



3R - neue Blasmusik are Gregor Schulenburg (flutes), Boglárka Pecze (clarinets) and Paul Hübner (trumpets).

Since their time as fellows of the International Ensemble Modern Academy they work together on new and experimental works of the contemporary repertoire, and commission new pieces, working collaborating with composers as Georges Aperghis or Oxana Omelchuk.

MAM - Manufaktur Für Aktuelle Musik

The musicians are especially for the work of Karlheinz Stockhausen. Their interpretation of ZODIAC and MISSION and ASCENSION has been awarded first prizes at the Stockhausen courses. In 2013, a reenactment of Stockhausen's AUTUMNS MUSIC is planned.
Boglárka Pecze, Gregor Schulenburg and Paul Hübner are stipendiaries of the German Music Competition 2013 (DMW).
3R is a guest in important concert series on a regular basis, among them the Ultraschall Festival in Berlin and Ensemble Europa of the WDR in Cologne.

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