The Debussy Trio

The Debussy Trio's unique repertoire of 20th/21st Century music offers a refreshing and exciting change of pace for concert-goers of all ages. Audiences are captivated by the dynamic expressive performances and enjoy the relaxed informal commentary from the stage.

The Debussy Trio is an outstanding artistic addition for subscription series, interactive Musical Adventures for children, and visiting Artist-in-Residencies for universities. The Trio's charismatic programming includes musical styles from French Impressionism through American jazz-fusion, and from famed film composers and various ethnic inspirations.

The Debussy Trio

September 19, 2014, 7:30PM

Boise State University Chamber Music Series
The Morrison Center for Performing Arts (Boise, ID)

The Debussy Trio

November 2, 2014, 2PM

Port Townsend (WA) Chamber Music Festival
Wheeler Theater

Marcia Dickstein, Harpist

Sunday, December 7, 2014, 4:00pm

Salon de Musiques
Dorothy Chandler Pavillion
5th Floor Salon
Los Angeles, CA

Marcia Dickstein, Harpist

March 8, 2015

Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay
Frances Steiner, Conductor
Norris Theater, Palos Verdes, CA

The Debussy Trio

May 10, 2015

UCLA Department of Music Concert
Performance of UCLA composers
Details to be announced

The Debussy Trio

25th Anniversary Recording Pre-Announcement

  • There's Always Something to Do (for Morelle),
    Bruce Broughton
  • (commissioned and premiered at the 2012 World Harp Congress, Vancouver, BC, Canada)

  • No Exit, Don Davis
  • (commissioned by the Trio and premiered at the American Music Festival, University of Oregon, Eugene)

  • in the blue glen, David Evan Thomas
  • (premiered at the 2012 World Harp Congress, Vancouver, BC, Canada)

The Debussy Trio


Look Ahead

10 new works written for the Trio

  • *Bruce Babcock, *Nimrod Borenstein,
  • *Nicky Carligeanu, Don Davis,
  • Paul Gibson, *Sidney Hodkinson,
  • David Lefkowitz, *John Anthony Lennon,
  • *Stephen Andrew Taylor

*Winners of Debussy Trio Music Foundation International Composition Competition Susan and David Hirsch Award and published by Fatrock Ink.


© 2010 Klavier Records.

Solo with Orchestra:
  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • Louisville
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • South Bay, CA
Major Venues:
  • Kennedy Center (Washington, DC)
  • Hollywood Bowl
  • Performing Arts Center - Orange County (CA)
  • Aaron Copland Fund
  • NEA
  • Meet the Composer
  • US Fund at Int'l Festivals
  • California Arts Council
  • Dept. Cultural Affairs, L.A.
  • Presser Foundation of PA
  • Times Mirror Los Angeles

  • St. Paul Sunday
  • Sundays Live
  • Voice of America
  • 200 NPR Stations
  • Tours in 37 States
  • Copenhagen
  • Geneva
  • Prague