“an ensemble to look out for .."
"Their playing is polished and noble, sophisticated, astute and spirited, open to improvising in the moment yet respectful of musical traditions."
- The Whole Note
As Trio Vitruvi, Niklas Walentin (violin), Alexander McKenzie (piano) and Jacob la Cour (cello) have performed critically acclaimed concerts around the world in concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Mariinsky Theatre and the Danish National Radio.
Trio Vitruvi founded Kammerballetten in 2018,
a festival celebrating new ballet choreography and chamber music.
"It merits a place among the top Schubert recordings of recent times"- Seattle Pi
"They play with a burning enthusiasm as well as true musical integrity and depth, giving their audiences unique experiences
and understanding of the music"
“The young Vitruvi Trio showed highest technical and musical qualities…I can recommend them everywhere”.
Adam Fischer, conductor
“Surely, this is how playful dance can be, and precisely why it’s impossible to leave Kammerballetten without feeling uplifted. And in love”
Trio Vitruvi presents chamber music and cutting edge ballet at Takkelloftet, Copenhagen Opera House. Dancers of The Royal Danish Ballet and international stars perform four world premieres of choreographies by four choreographers to music performed by Trio Vitruvi.
Trio Vitruvi has the pleasure of presenting KAMMERBALLETTEN, a festival that combines chamber music and newly choreographed ballet. KAMMERBALLETTEN translates to Chamber Ballet, and is created by violinist Niklas Walentin, cellist Jacob la Cour and pianist Alexander McKenzie.