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The Boreal Trio comprises three international competition laureates who are passionately dedicated to the art of chamber music. Three soloists with national and international reputations—clarinetist Uriel Vanchestein, violist Juan-Miguel Hernandez, and pianist Wonny Song—unite through this unusual and compelling formation of instruments to bring performances of the highest caliber to audiences. Top prize winners in, respectively, the Geneva International Competition, the Brahms International Competition, and the World Piano Competition, they have been lauded by critics as “versatile, intelligent, and deeply musical” (Washington Post) and “tender, lyrical, loaded with personality” (Atlanta Constitution).

Posted: Oct-22-2013
Latest News
The Boreal Trio began the year in style with a hugely successful performance at California’s Music at Oakmont, its first public outing with Wonny Song, who joined violist Juan-Miguel Hernandez and clarinetist Uriel Vanchestein in late 2013 as Boreal’s new pianist. To read Terry O'Neill's enthusiastic review in Classical Sonoma, click here. For a preview article on the Boreal Trio's performance with Camerata Musica in Richland, Wash., click here.
Posted: Jan-20-2014
Latest Acclaim
Opening the new year Jan. 9 at Music at Oakmont the Boreal Trio played a program of two diverse and distinct parts, the emphasis on charm rather than drama.
— Classical Sonoma
Posted: Jan-9-2014