The Delphi Trio
Praised for “spot-on ensemble playing and a beautifully blended sound” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “rich, committed string tone, dazzling pianism, rhythmic flexibility, and risky tempi” (Sarasota Herald Tribune), the Delphi Trio has become a powerfully eloquent voice in the world of chamber music.
2015-2016 highlights include performances at the Orlando Festival in Kerkrade, the Netherlands, tours throughout California, Vermont, the Midwest, and a forthcoming commissioned work by William Bolcom, written for Delphi. Each member of the Delphi Trio maintains a busy schedule of solo, concerto, and chamber music performances, having collaborated with artists such as Robert Mann, Anthony Marwood, and Menahem Pressler.
Passionate educators, the Delphi Trio is on faculty at the Crowden School’s Summer Chamber Music programs, where the Trio coaches and mentors musicians of all ages. Liana Bérubé, Michelle Kwon, and Jeffrey LaDeur are graduates of the University of Toronto, Stanford University, and the Eastman School of Music, respectively, and formed the Trio while studying in the prestigious Chamber Music Program at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
The ensemble is founded on a passion for engaged communication and, towards that end, each Delphi Trio rehearsal starts with a shared meal, conversation, and music.