Ensemble Nano (classical piano trio):
Having being labelled a "brilliant chamber trio" who "enthralled the audience", Ensemble Nano exists to explore the expansion of possibilities in expressive performance regardless of style or 'genre'. Composed of accomplished performers, this multi-faceted ensemble is of the highest calibre and has an ever-fresh-approach. Founded in 2014, our mission is to erode the barrier between performer and audience. We believe that performances are a dual-carriage-way for expression, and, importantly, that they are for everyone. There are no prerequisites for anybody to experience the joy that comes from music-making.
'Nano's early years have already seen multiple successful Sydney CBD performances, collaborations with Canadian fashion label 'Kit & Ace’, boutique kombucha label 'Ballsy Wild Kombucha', as well as selling out in beautiful Bundanoon (NSW) and staging two sold out performances in Wauchope (Mid-North Coast, NSW) to great acclaim.
Past projects include “HIVE”, released in June 2017 and released through label Kammerklang, which was composed by Peggy Polias through her recently awarded Peter Sculthorpe Fellowship.
Already professional musicians with well-established careers in the industry, they are equally passionate about education and the 'greater reach of music’. The Nano Symphony members are very active tutoring and conducting music camps, such as the NSW Mid North Coast Strings Alliance Music Camp, NSW Senior State Music Camp, Sydney Youth Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra's Penrith Youth Strings, Killara High Music Camps and The Arts Unit. 'Nano' also take great interest in regional touring, with 50% of their performances to date being in non-metropolitan venues.
Ensemble Nano's members are established soloists in their own right with experience that (apart from conducting and teaching) includes performing concerti with symphony orchestra, joining Australia's leading ensembles on stage and on tour - (Opera Australia, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Omega Ensemble, Sydney, Melbourne, Tasmanian and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras and many others) and teaching at the Sydney Conservatorium.