0 Trio Nété, Guitar Trio



Trio Nété, the Czech classical guitar trio, was formed in 2003 as a result of friendship and common interest in chamber music. Its members met for the first time in "Moravia Guitar Consort", an ensemble focusing on renaissance and baroque music. Nevertheless, as a trio they perform mainly contemporary music. Masterclasses with Alvaro Pierri, Pablo Márquez and others were an important encouragement for the beginning of their career. In 2005, after the recording selection, Trio Nété was invited to participate in the final rounds of The 5th Osaka International Chamber
Music Competition & Festa, Japan and in 2006 was awarded the 1st prize in the Concorso Europeo di Chitarra Classica "Città di Gorizia".Trio has concertised on the international scene of guitar and chamber music with very positive reception ( International Guitar Competition Zruč nad Sázavou /CZ/, Rassegna internationale di chitarra classica Cittá di Gorizia /IT/, Guitar Festival Mikulov /CZ/, Momentum Musicum Bratislava /SK/, Guitarre Wien – Konzerte Internationale /AUT/, Days of Contemporary Music - Prague /CZ/, Liechtensteiner Gitarrentage LIGITA /FL/ and others). Trio Nété has already been honoured by several dedications, Miloš Štědroň´s Fauxbourdon and Ivo Bláha´s Re- being very probably the first pieces by respected Czech composers-non guitarists for guitar trio.


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"Technically prepared, musically and scenographically elegant, the three Czechs captured the audience either by the scenic presentation or by the quality of performance".
Alessandra Marc, Messaggero Veneto (IT)


"The musicians introduced us into the wide spectrum
of guitar´s tone possibilities and presented their own image
of ideal sound with sophisticated dynamics
and perfect teamwork".
Ela Vaculová, Musical Life (SK)


"The interpretation of all the pieces given by Trio Nété was purely professional. The ensemble excels in precise teamwork, in balanced but very diverse sound colourness supported by expressive dynamics and impressive articulation".
Stanislav Juřica, The World of Classical Guitar (CZ)


Reto Öhri, Volksblatt 06 07 2011

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"They [the Hyperboreans] say also that the moon, as viewed from this island, appears to be but a little distant from the earth and to have upon it prominences, like those of the earth, which are visible to the eye. The account is also given that the god [Apollo] visits the island every nineteen years, the period in which the return of the stars to the same place
in the heavens is accomplished; and for this reason the nineteen-year period is called by the Greeks the Great Year [the Metonic cycle]. At the time of this appearance of the god he both plays on the kithara and dances continuously
the night through from the vernal equinox until the rising
of the Pleiades, expressing in this manner his delight
in his successes."
Diodorus Siculus,  The Historical Library II 47








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