RYELANDT & CALLAERTS

Composer(s): Joseph Callaerts, Joseph Ryelandt

Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio
Reference: KTC1730
Barcode: 8711801017303
Format: 1 CD
Release date: 2021-11-15
SKU: KTC1730 Categories: , ,

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RYELANDT TRIO
The Ryelandt Trio, formerly known as Trio Telepatico, was founded in 2009 in Bruges (Belgium) The trio quickly made a name for themselves after winning a number of first prizes, including the Vlamo Competition, the European Music Festival for Youth & the Belfius Classics Competition. Additionaly they became the youngest laureate of the Storioni Competition. Recently they won 1st prize at the Concours International Léopold Bellan in France. Their playing is greatly influenced by renowned musicians and ensembles such as Arco Baleno Ensemble, Storioni Trio, Benjamin Glorieux, Claire Chevallier, Marcel Lequeux, Arne Deforce, Beate Hartmann, Dagmar Brauns, among others.

The ensemble has been invited as a soloist to play Alexander Tcherepnin’s Triple Concerto, accompanied by the Sturm und Klang Orchestra (conducted by Thomas van Haeperen) in Théâtre de La Monnaie in Brussels. In 2014 their first CD was released featuring works by Frank Bridge, Edison Denisov, Paul Juon and Flemish contemporary composers Erik Desimpelaere, Piet Swerts and Marc Matthys receiving critical acclaim and earning them frequent airplay on the National Classical Radio Klara. In 2017, the ensemble participated in the project Bericht aan de bevolking as part of the commemoration of The Great War. Together with Kotjesvolk they performed moving music that has since been released on a double CD.

The renowned composer Robert Groslot wrote the work ‘La Fenice’ in their honor.

1. Piano Trio Op. 16 (1882): I. Allegro Moderato
Composer: Joseph Callaerts
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

2. Piano Trio Op. 16 (1882): II. Andante (Cantabile)
Composer: Joseph Callaerts
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

3. Piano Trio Op. 16 (1882): III. Scherzo (Allegro non troppo) – Trio – Scherzo de capo
Composer: Joseph Callaerts
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

4. Piano Trio Op. 16 (1882): IV. Fantasia (Adagio) – Final (Allegro vivo)
Composer: Joseph Callaerts
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

5. Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 57 (1915): I. Allegro con moto
Composer: Joseph Ryelandt
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

6. Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 57 (1915): II. Andante
Composer: Joseph Ryelandt
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

7. Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 131 (1944): I. Allegro Non Troppo
Composer: Joseph Ryelandt
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

8. Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 131 (1944): II. Largo
Composer: Joseph Ryelandt
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

9. Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 131 (1944): III. Allegro Risoluto
Composer: Joseph Ryelandt
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

10. Canon en Trio Op. 70
Composer: Joseph Ryelandt
Artist(s): Ryelandt Trio

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RYELANDT & CALLAERTS
 21,50
RYELANDT TRIO
The Ryelandt Trio, formerly known as Trio Telepatico, was founded in 2009 in Bruges (Belgium) The trio quickly made a name for themselves after winning a number of first prizes, including the Vlamo Competition, the European Music Festival for Youth & the Belfius Classics Competition. Additionaly they became the youngest laureate of the Storioni Competition. Recently they won 1st prize at the Concours International Léopold Bellan in France. Their playing is greatly influenced by renowned musicians and ensembles such as Arco Baleno Ensemble, Storioni Trio, Benjamin Glorieux, Claire Chevallier, Marcel Lequeux, Arne Deforce, Beate Hartmann, Dagmar Brauns, among others.

The ensemble has been invited as a soloist to play Alexander Tcherepnin’s Triple Concerto, accompanied by the Sturm und Klang Orchestra (conducted by Thomas van Haeperen) in Théâtre de La Monnaie in Brussels. In 2014 their first CD was released featuring works by Frank Bridge, Edison Denisov, Paul Juon and Flemish contemporary composers Erik Desimpelaere, Piet Swerts and Marc Matthys receiving critical acclaim and earning them frequent airplay on the National Classical Radio Klara. In 2017, the ensemble participated in the project Bericht aan de bevolking as part of the commemoration of The Great War. Together with Kotjesvolk they performed moving music that has since been released on a double CD.

The renowned composer Robert Groslot wrote the work ‘La Fenice’ in their honor.