Sunday, February 13, 2022 | 5:30 PM

Junction Trio

The Yale Gordon Young Artist Concert

Location: Shriver Hall

Three visionary artists—violinist Stefan Jackiw, pianist Conrad Tao, and cellist Jay Campbell—combine talents in this exciting piano trio. Hailed for its “bracing technique and jaw-dropping precision…a sense of unity, especially in dynamics and rhythmic thrust…” (Aspen Times), experience the Trio’s superb musicianship to hear why The Boston Globe called them “powerful…these three are onto something special.”

“The ensemble performed with a manic drive, sailing through the note-spattered pages and rhythmic complexities with apparent ease.” – Bachtrack

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Junction Trio

Stefan Jackiw, violin
Jay Campbell, cello
Conrad Tao, piano

Three visionary next-generation artists combine internationally recognized talents in the eclectic new ensemble, Junction Trio. The Trio has performed at Washington Performing Arts, Portland Ovations, Rockport Music, Chautauqua Institution, Royal Conservatory in Toronto, and the Aspen Music Festival.

This season, the Junction Trio gives live and virtual performances presented by Caramoor, Harvard Musical Association, Corpus Christi, Cleveland, and Philadelphia Chamber Music Societies, Syracuse Friends of Chamber Music, and Emory University. Highlights of the 2019-2020 season included debuts at the Orange County Philharmonic Society and BIG ARTS Sanibel.

Admired for combining poetic interpretation with impeccable technique, violinist Stefan Jackiw joins cellist Jay Campbell and pianist and composer Conrad Tao, whom the New York Times has called a musician of “probing intellect and open-hearted vision.” Campbell, too, has been praised by the New York Times as “electrifying,” approaching old and new works with the same curiosity and emotional commitment.

“Watching the trio perform, one really couldn’t tell who was happier to be there—the rapt audience or the musicians, who threw themselves into repertoire they clearly love.” – Boston Globe

Christopher Trapani (b. 1980)

Passing Through, Staying Put

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)

Piano Trio

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

Piano Trio in B major, Op. 8

Program Subject to Change Without Notice