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…superb interpretation…truly glorious

San Luis Potosí, México


…warm and vibrant… passionate

El Mercurio, Santiago, Chile


performed with exactly the degree of passion and conviction that is necessary  

Czech NewsCzech Republic


…projection with great force and quality

Guatemala City, Guatemala


…sublime simplicity and opulence of tone

Arkansas Democrat Gazette


...solid virtuosic control, with great unity of nuance

Register News, Mt. Vernon, IL

Articulated an interpretation marked by emotional depth.

                                                                                  La Nación, Costa Rica


“Trio Tulsa Debut Magnificent" headlined the Tulsa Tribune in its review of Trio Tulsa's inaugural concert on January 30, 1987. Three years later, in 1990, founding members Derry Deane, Kari Caldwell, and Anna Norberg, faculty members of the University of Tulsa, won the prestigious David Bruce Smith National Competition and were selected to become Artistic Ambassadors for the United States Information Agency. As Artistic Ambassadors, Trio Tulsa and the Deane-Norberg Duo toured the Caribbean, Mexico, Guatemala, and Chile, Eastern Africa, Mauritius, and the Persian Gulf. It was hailed as a "Trio of extraordinary talent" and as "one of the foremost chamber groups of the United States."


Trio Tulsa, the ensemble in residence at the University of Tulsa, is currently composed of faculty members Maureen O'Boyle, violinist, Diane Bucchianeri, cellist, and Roger Price, pianist. On the roster of the Mid-America Arts Alliance and the Oklahoma Arts Council Touring Program, Trio Tulsa has performed extensively in the Midwest, delighting audiences of all ages with fresh accessible programming and insightful commentary. As a trio of regional, national, and international acclaim, the group is frequently invited to perform on Chamber Music Tulsa’s series which is dedicated to presenting the “very best ensembles from around the world.”


In 1997, Trio Tulsa was invited to perform and record the Concertino for Piano Trio and String Orchestra by Bohuslav Martinu with the Czech National Symphony in Prague. A CD of works by Bohuslav Martinu, including the Concertino for Piano Trio and String Orchestra, recorded in Prague was released on the Centaur label (CRC 2415) in 1999. The November 2000 issue of The Strad praises Trio Tulsa’s performance on this CD saying “The playing is incisive, full of subtle undercurrents, rhythmically incisive and, in the scherzoid writing with which Martinu peppers these works, bursting with life.”


While performing a wide selection of classical repertoire and contemporary works by composers from around the globe, Trio Tulsa's was invited to participate in the 2001 International Festival of Women Composers.  Trio Tulsa also co-commissioned a piano trio from Vermont composer Gwyneth Walker.  This composition, A Vision of Hills was premiered at the University of Tulsa in February, 2003. In June of 2005 Trio Tulsa was chosen to perform the Amy Beach Piano Trio on the Fifteenth Annual Concert of Chamber Music by Women Composers at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC.


In addition to the CD of works by Martinu, Trio Tulsa performs the Trio Romantico on the CD Manuel Ponce Chamber Music (ASV KOCH CD DCA 1053) and works by Walker on the CD A Vision of Hills, Chamber Music of Gwyneth Walker (Centaur Records CRC 2820).


Flexibility and inventiveness are hallmarks of Trio Tulsa.  They are available to work with you and build your audience through a variety of innovative formats; traditional concerts, master classes, audience-friendly educational presentations and community-outreach activities.

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Maureen O’Boyle, violin  Diane Bucchianeri, cello  Roger Price, piano