In this second of two lunchtime concerts in St John’s, the Fidelio Trio explores some of Schubert’s best-loved piano works, from the delightfully melodic Sonata in A minor, composed for the arpeggione (an instrument similar to the viola da gamba) to the ‘Notturno’ that featured so memorably in Tom Murphy’s play Bailegangaire. For the climax of the concert, the trio swells to a quintet to perform the delightful ‘Trout’ Quintet. Based on some of Schubert’s own Lieder, the ‘Trout’ Quintet was among the first of his pieces to establish itself in the repertoire and remains one of Schubert’s most popular works.

the sound of this trio is irresistible The Glasgow Herald