Trio Montevideo

...a vibrant performance, so well blended that it resembled the intimacy of a long relationship.

W. Roldan ~ El Pais







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Gerardo Moreira, cello   Carmen Mutarelli,  piano Víctor Szilagyi, violin

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Trio Montevideo has been performing and garnering critical acclaim since October 9, 1987, when it premiered in Montevideo, Uruguay under the auspices of the Uruguay Ministry of Culture.  As their name suggests, the members of the trio reside in Montevideo, Uruguay. They have consistently garnered rave reviews and standing ovations for their concerts of the standard classical repertoire as well as the 150 arrangements music loved by audiences throughout the world.  Their tango CD and concert performances of “A Night of Tango,” with moments that are reminiscent of Victor Borge, are very popular with audiences of all ages.


They have performed four times in the Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires, are in demand for their performance of Piazzolla’s “Four Seasons” with orchestra, have completed three U.S. tours with performances in Chicago and Washington, and enjoy performing in diverse venues throughout the world.  In 1989, the Trio became the first Latin American group to participate in the 22nd Chamber Music Competition of Colmar, France.


From 1992 to 1999, Trio Montevideo was the centerpiece of the Sunset Concert Series in Punta del Este, one of the most affluent locations in South America – referred to as the St. Tropez of the Americas.  In collaboration with Ballet Hoy, the Trio won critical acclaim for their spectacular production of “The Two Faces of the Tango” and earned the 2002 Performance of the Year Award for their production of “The Best of Tango.”  In 2004, they gave a glittering performance of their “Tango is for dancing!” at the American Alliance and in 2005 they performed in the International Astor Film Festival.  They have been acclaimed as one of “the best” chamber music ensembles in the world.


“…luminous, romantic and full of expression.”  Nelson Giguens - El Diario