Trio Pas de Trois

Since 2013, Elvire Boelee, Sietske Trinks (Saxophone) and Daphne Schrama (Clarinet) have formed the trio ‘Pas de Trois

The name Pas de Trois refers to the work of the same name, composed by Dutch composer Bernard van Beurden. This composition is one of the few works originally composed for the unusual instrumentation of piano, clarinet and saxophone.

Pas de Trois means the dance of three, a name fitting this ensemble greatly since they show off different combinations during concerts, sometimes solo playing, sometimes duo playing and of course always trio playing. Also chances are you’ll see a lot of different saxophones and clarinets passing by during our concerts, ranging from soprano to bariton or bass. 

The trio plays music from all ages, and definitely is not afraid to tackle modern music. However, we always make sure it is music that our public can easily relate to.

All in all, a varied program and a rare combination of instruments.

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