The ATOS Trio’s name is an acronym formed from the artists’ names: violinist Annette von Hehn, pianist Thomas Hoppe and cellist Stefan Heinemeyr. They have been performing since 2003 in the world’s major concert series. Praised for warmth of sound, pitch-perfect unanimity of phrasing and dynamic interpretations, the Trio impresses audiences and critics alike: “… a true ensemble with an admirable fusion of voices and the gift of finding an expressive depth in their performances” (The Age, Melbourne); and, “… One of the elite Piano Trios playing before the public today.” (The Washington Post). The ATOS Trio performs regularly at such venues as Carnegie Hall; the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam; Wigmore Hall, London, and at noted festivals worldwide, including Budapest Spring, City of London, and Enescu in Bucharest. Awards and prizes include the prestigious Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award, a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Special Ensemble Award in 2012, and First Prize, Grand Prize, Musica Viva Tour Prize and Audience Prize, all at the 5th Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. The Trio was a BBC New Generation Artist for 2009-11. Their highly praised CD recordings cover a wide range of repertoire.