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Trio Lumi

Foto: © Nejc Hafner

Saimi Kortelainen – violin
Oskar Longyka – violin
Urban Megusar - cello

The Trio Lumi was founded in 2018 by students of the art university Graz. The musicians from Finland and Slovenia lead the audience to a musical journey from the fiery South-Europe to the cold North where they show their love to folk music. With the composition with two violists and a cello they use the string instruments with full extent as melody, harmony and as percussive instruments.

Their arrangements are unexpected, throbbing and thrilling with respect to tradition and full of extreme joy of playing.

Translated by participants of the ProTalent “Talents Translate@School” project