The Parkhouse Award is for chamber ensembles of piano with strings.

It is awarded biennially for ensembles of young musicians who have been performing together for at least two years.

The award made to the winning ensemble is three concerts over two years in prestigious London halls, plus further opportunities.

The Parkhouse Award is supported by the Gordon Foundation and The Tertis Foundation.

The winner of the 2015 Parkhouse Award is the Amatis Piano Trio.

Their most recent winners’ concert was 27 September 2016 at Wigmore Hall: review

The next public events are the 2017 Parkhouse Award, audition 4/5 April (Guildhall School of Music and Drama) and finals on 8 April (Wigmore Hall).

Parkhouse News

The Amatis Piano Trio is delighted to have been selected as one of the 2016 BBC Radio 3 New Generation Ensembles!

The scheme helps to support talented musicians to reach the next stages of their careers and brings some of the world’s most promising new talent to listeners across the UK through BBC Radio 3 broadcasts. [more]