Collage-1.jpg of the stand-out chamber music ensembles in the state.
— Richard Nelson, composer

Since its critically-acclaimed Portland, Maine debut in 2016, the Portland Piano Trio’s  “enlivening tautness and precision,” “impressive ensemble and shared musical values” have entertained and inspired audiences throughout New England.  Noted for “…sounding like a group that has played together for 10 years,” they have appeared on numerous chamber music series, including Back Bay Contemporary Music Festival, First Fridays at First Parish, and Portsmouth Atheneum, among others. The trio is serving as the first musicians-in-residence of 240 Strings, a Portland, Maine-based nonprofit dedicated to providing private music lessons to economically-challenged children in Portland, and providing affordable community concerts.  The trio was twice awarded a residency at the prestigious Avaloch Music Institute in Boscawen, New Hampshire,  for a week of intense rehearsing and sharing with other nationally recognized chamber groups. The group has a passion for playing house concerts-the venue where chamber music was meant to by played-and has garnered a strong following in the Portland area.