Reveron Piano Trio
The Reverón Piano Trio’s main goal is to introduce audiences to underrepresented music from Latin America alongside contemporary and standard repertoire. These artists are active promoters of Latin American music through their work as performing artists, scholars and entrepreneurs, and they have devoted their careers to the discovery, cataloging, performance, editing, and recording of this rich repertoire. In addition, the trio continues to commission new works, and is in the process of creating the Sphinx Catalog of Latin American Piano Trios.
The Reverón Trio is named after Venezuelan painter and sculptor Armando Reverón (1889-1954), one of the earliest American modernists and considered one of the most important visual artists in Latin America. Even though Reverón is now regarded as a highly influential figure in Latin America, his work is not celebrated outside the borders of Venezuela. It is the trio’s wish to enhance multicultural understanding and increase the visibility of Reverón’s work and of Latin American music. Ana María, Simón, and Horacio are all Venezuelan artists that have made their home in the United States.
Recent engagements include concerts at the Festival Casals in Puerto Rico, Aruba Symphony Festival, Beethoven Festival Park City, Festival A la Vela de la Alhambra in Granada, and Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. Additionally, the trio has been in residence at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of Wisconsin, Dickinson College, Lawrence University, Louisiana State University, the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies, the Collaborative Piano Institute, and various other universities in the U.S. and abroad.
The trio is managed in the United States by Meluk Kulturmanagement and in Latin America and Europe in society by Halac Artists – Meluk Kulturmanagement.