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Awarded with Spain’s National Prize of Music, the trio is formed by the violinist Ferdinando Trematore, the cellist José Miguel Gómez, and the pianist Juan Carlos Garvayo. Founded in 1996 and named after the Spanish violinist, conductor and composer Enrique Fernández Arbós (1863-1939), the Trio Arbós, based in Madrid, has established itself as one of Europe's leading chamber ensembles.
The Trio Arbós has appeared frequently in major concert halls and festivals in more than 30 countries: Vienna Konzerthaus, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Helsinki Sibelius Academy, Buenos Aires Teatro Colón, Auditorio Nacional of Madrid, Kuhmo Festival, Festival Time of Music of Viitasaari, Biennale di Venezia, Festival Musica of Strasbourg, Nuova Consonanza of Rome, Wittener Tage für Neue Musik, Klangspuren Festival, ULTIMA Festival of Oslo, NUMUS Festival of Toronto, Santorini International Music Festival, El Salvador International Music Festival, Ryedale Festival, San Sebastian Quincena Musical, Santander International Music Festival, Alicante Contemporary Music Festival, Ensems of Valencia, International Festival of Granada, etc.

The prestigious magazine Gramophone said of of their acclaimed CD “Play it again”: “This disc reaffirms the credentials of Trio Arbós as among the most inclusive and forward-thinking of chamber ensembles”.