The Grier Trio consists of Francis Grier (piano) and his daughters Savitri (violin) and Indira (cello). They have been playing concerts together for 15 years. The Trio has performed across the UK in venues including St John's, Smith Square; Fairfield Halls, Croydon; and Blackheath Halls, London. They also perform regularly in St Mary's, Perivale and Bob and Elizabeth Boas' concert series.

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Watch ...

Follow these links to YouTube to watch the Trio perform:

Brahms C Minor Trio

Beethoven Allegretto

Ravel Trio in A minor

Brahms Trio in C major

Brahms B major Trio

Beethoven Trio in E flat Op. 70 No 2

Beethoven 'Archduke' Piano Trio

Schubert Piano Trio No. 2 in E flat

Next concerts ...

17th December at the home of Bob and Elizabeth Boas and 20th December at St Mary's, Perivale

Full details in the Concert Diary

The Grier Trio
Savitri, Indira and Francis Grier

Savitri performs across Europe and further afield as soloist and chamber musician, and in 2020 she has been invited by Ivan Fischer to guest lead the Budapest Festival Orchestra. She was selected by YCAT in 2015. Savitri studied at Oxford University, the Guildhall School of Music, and the Universität der Künste Berlin with David Takeno and Nora Chastain.

Indira has recently completed a Masters degree at the Royal College of Music studying with Alexander Chaushian. Previously she was taught by Melissa Phelps and then by Troels Svane at the Musikhochschule Luebeck. Indira has won Making Music's 2019 'Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artist Award', the 2019 RCM Unaccompanied Bach Prize, the 2018 RCM Concerto Competition performing the Elgar Cello Concerto and a Gold Medal in the 2019 Vienna International Music Competition.

Their father Francis has enjoyed a long and distinguished musical career as both performer and composer; in 2012 he was awarded a British Composer Award.

The Grier Trio represents the passage of musical talent across generations and offers a wide-ranging repertoire of concert programmes and performances.