Praised by critics as "thrilling...a miracle of control and passion combined...deeply expressive...[playing with] tensile strength and fire" (Reading Eagle), The Russian Trio has emerged as one of the most promising young chamber music groups today. Following prizes in the 2013 Coleman Chamber Music Competition and the 2012 Chesapeake Chamber Music Competition, The Russian Trio has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Academy Art Museum Concert Series (Easton, MD), the Friends of Chamber Music Concert Series (Reading, PA), and the Washington College Concert Series (Chestertown, MD). Members of the Russian Trio have given concerts throughout the United States, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Spain, Mexico, Norway, Belarussia, Poland, France and the Czech Republic. The trio has been coached by some of today's most eminent chamber musicians including Michael Kannen, Daniel Phillips (violinist of the Orion String Quartet), and András Fejér (cellist of the Takács Quartet). They currently reside in Baltimore, Maryland.