Kolot Management is proud to feature The MAKE Trio, a highly sought after music ensemble that presents a wide-ranging repertoire, from Klezmer music to Jewish classical composers to Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms.
The MAKE Trio — Violin, Clarinet, Piano — is approachable, joyous, and welcoming on stage. Their programs are enhanced by spoken word interaction of their travels, upbringing, experiences in the musical world, friendship within the trio, and deep historical analyses of the music they perform.
This performance style has led them to present digital shows in over 40 countries with Samsung Virtual Reality and gain over half a million views on social media. Their infectious stage presence and command of the repertoire has thrilled sold out crowds around the world!
Introducing the members of The MAKE Trio:
Grace Kang Wollett, Violinist, began her musical studies in England, then traveled to Korea, and finally completed her Bachelors and Masters at the same time at The Juilliard School. She is currently the Associate Concertmaster of The Dallas Opera.
Danny Goldman, Clarinetist, picked up his first clarinet at the age of 11. He performed all the Weber concerti with The Louisville Orchestra by the age of 14. At 15, he was principal of The World Youth Symphony Orchestra and performed concerti with the orchestra. By 16, he was praised as “flat-out, jaw-agape spectacular” (The Courier-Journal, USA) and called a “wunderkind” (Maestro Robert Franz). Currently, he is represented by Vienna Woodwinds and sponsored exclusively by F.A. Uebel Klarinetten out of Wiesbaden, Germany.
Mikhail Berestnev, Pianist, has been described as “…an astonishingly gifted pianist…equally at home as a soloist and collaborative pianist”. He brings to every performance the experiences of a career spanning the globe, including performances in cities such as Sydney, Dublin, Moscow, Brussels, Rio de Janeiro, and Barcelona in addition to concert halls across the United States.
Kolot Management will bring The Make Trio to you, either via Zoom or in person. Please listen to them play here.