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Wiener Mozart Trio

14 March 2025 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Three musicians of the Wiener Mozart Trio posing on stage. A woman in a black dress is seated at the piano, a man in a tuxedo stands behind the piano, and another man in a tuxedo stands holding a violin. A cello rests on top of the piano. The backdrop is a dark curtain, highlighting the trio's formal attire and instruments.

Artists: Irina Auner (Piano), Daniel Auner (Violin), Diethard Auner (Cello)
Concert Sponsor: Rathbones Investment Management


  • Mozart Trio in G major, K. 564
  • Beethoven Trio in D major, Op. 70 No. 1 'Ghost'
  • Brahms Trio No. 1 in B major, Op. 8

About the Concert

The concert starts with Mozart's Trio in G Major K564, his last piano trio, full of subtlety, elegance and charm. The first movement ripples, the second introduces a totally different theme – variations on a slow minuet – whilst the last movement swings in a kind of peasant dance.

What a contrast will be found in the Beethoven! In his Ghost Trio in D major, Opus 70, No 1, each instrument is equal; there are varied textures and rich contrapuntal interplay; there is passion and abrupt contrast. The second movement (the slowest Beethoven wrote) is the ghost. It broods. We're brought back to normality in the third.

Finally, Brahms' Trio No 1 in D Major, Opus 8, introduces serene expansiveness with a finale of real emotional depth. What a variety to experience within this one concert!

About the Wiener Mozart Trio

Formed in Vienna in 1991, the Wiener Mozart Trio has performed in major concert halls across Europe and Asia, and participated in numerous international music festivals. Their mission is to present music as a spontaneous and original experience, engaging audiences with a wide range of musical expressions from the Viennese classics to contemporary works.
Since its foundation, the Trio has graced renowned venues such as Sala Verdi in Milan, Wigmore Hall in London, and the Beijing Concert Hall, among others. They have also been featured in prestigious festivals like the Madeira Festival and the Schubertíada in Barcelona.

The Trio is known for its artistic independence, allowing them to deliver musically free and unconventional interpretations. Since 2012, they have organized their own international music festival at Schloss Hunyadi near Vienna, featuring guest appearances by renowned musicians and ensembles.

Artist Biographies

Irina Auner

Born in Russia in 1960, Irina Auner began piano lessons at seven. She studied at the St. Petersburg Conservatory and has lived in Vienna since 1983. Irina has been the pianist of the Wiener Mozart Trio since its inception in 1991.

Daniel Auner

A prize-winning violinist, Daniel Auner has extensive concert experience worldwide. He is also an active chamber musician and has collaborated with notable artists such as Dennis Russell Davies and Jan Vogler. His debut CD, "Caprice Viennois," was released in 2010, followed by "Dialog with Mozart" in 2014. Daniel plays a violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, presented to him by the Österreichische Nationalbank.

Diethard Auner

Born in Indonesia in 1957, Diethard Auner began cello lessons at nine. He studied at the Vienna Academy and the St. Petersburg Conservatory. Diethard has taught at the Wiener Neustadt Conservatory since 1988 and has been the cellist of the Wiener Mozart Trio since 1991.


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Wiener Mozart Trio
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