Trio Klavis


“Virtuosos Without Borders”

Sabina Hasanova – Piano
Jenny Lippl – Violine
Miha Ferk – Saxophone

Three passionate musicians having roots in Azerbaijan, Slovenia, Austria, Russia, Mexico, Croatia and Turkey, came together in Vienna with a common vision. They have taken it upon themselves to conquer the music world as Trio KlaViS, in the unique formation of piano (Sabina Hasanova), violin (Jenny Lippl) and saxophone (Miha Ferk).
Trio KlaViS has been performing at the most prestigious concert halls in Austria including ORF Radiokulturhaus and MuTh, as well as being reinvited to the Musikverein three times within two years. Their debut at the renowned Grafenegg Festival was in June 2014. They recently performed at the Turkish International Gümüşlük Classical Music Festival and had their Germany Debut in Gasteig (Munich) with great success. At the beginning of 2016 they will release their Debut-CD „Geography of Sound“ (Label Orlando).

Upcoming concerts include Russia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Italy, among them concerts at the Tonhalle Zurich and the Philharmonia Saint Petersburg.
With their unique programs that include works by Haydn, Brahms, Khachaturian and Piazzolla, they are able to please a young audience as well as experienced music lovers. Making their own arrangements and compositions, the trio perform also works written especially for them by world renowned composers such as Aleksey Igudesman, Hyung-ki Joo and Richard Dubugnon.

The name Trio KlaViS derives from the German: “Klavier, Violine, Saxophon”.

“I was enchanted from the first moment I experienced Trio KlaViS. They are three unique and brilliant musicians who have found their inner voice individually as well as together and follow a passion and vision. One can feel their incredible musicality through every note and every work they interpret. Music seems to flow through them directly into the audience in a way that is rarely heard in a concert hall. They are virtuosos without borders.” Aleksey Igudesman
“Trio KlaViS consists of three exceptional musicians who make music with great passion on the highest level. The original instrumentation of their ensemble lends the pieces they perform a great range of colours and makes them shine in the world of classical music!” Julian Rachlin