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The Castillon Trio have been hailed as a “dynamic American Trio”  Since their formation they have been recognized for their interpretations of both classic and less familiar repertoire. Their concerts have been described as "outstanding musical events". English newspapers hailed their 2004 UK debut as “a veritable feast of sound … these accomplished players rapidly displayed their superb technique … prolonged applause rewarded this trio’s superb performance”  (The Evening Telegraph).

The trio takes its name from the French composer, Alexis de Castillon, who died tragically in the early years of his career. His memory was held dear by a generation of young French composers, from Saint-Saëns and Fauré to Debussy and Ravel. 

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