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Album Review

This eclectic collection spotlights the talents of these three Ahn sisters, all virtuosos on their respective instruments. Pieces range from the stuffy highbrow (like Bernstein's "Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano") to the pop instrumental (specifically, Eric Awazen's "Diamond World"). Augmented on many tracks by percussionists Matthew Gold and Brian Resnich, the trio performs exquisitely and the variety of pieces keeps the recording sounding continually fresh. The closing tracks are a welcome addition, with "The Heart Asks Pleasure First," as originally recorded for the soundtrack from the film The Piano, and "This Is Not America" by David Bowie and Pat Metheny. Highly recommended. ~ Mark W. B. Allender, Rovi

Biography

Formed: 1989 in Seoul, South Korea

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Ahn Trio is a classical music group consisting of Korean-American sisters Angella Ahn, Lucia Ahn, and Maria Ahn. All three were born in Seoul, South Korea, first twins Maria and Lucia, then, two years later, Angella. They each took up the piano at a young age, but eventually Lucia stayed with the instrument, while Angella moved to violin and Maria to cello. They began playing in public in 1979, then moved to the U.S. and enrolled at Juilliard in 1981. A 1987 Time magazine story on "Asian-American...
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