Hailed as “a first-class ensemble” (Orange County Register), “unfailingly stylish” (The Strad), “technically dazzling” (Long Beach Gazette), “flawless” (New York Concert Review) and “the epitome of what chamber musicians should be” (Palm Beach Daily News), Trio Céleste has firmly established itself as one of the most dynamic chamber music ensembles on the classical music scene today. Recent highlights include recitals at the Chicago Cultural Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, New York’s Carnegie Hall, Seoul Art Center in South Korea, and the world premiere of Paul Dooley’s Concerto Grosso for Piano Trio and Strings co-commissioned by Trio Céleste and Chamber Music | OC.
Highlights of Ms. Krechkovsky's season include regular recitals and concerts with Trio Céleste, including appearances at the Music Guild in Los Angeles, the Fallbrook Music Society, and in a special performance collaboration with composer Cristina Spinei and Chamber Music | OC. As a soloist, she joins cellist Eric Byers and the UC Irvine Symphony Orchestra in performances of Brahms Double Concerto, and appears in recital alongside pianist Beth Nam in a virtuosic program featuring Beethoven's "Kreutzer" Sonata.
Since debuting at #5 on iTunes for “Best Seller New Release” and #20 on Amazon’s “Chamber Music Albums”, Trio Céleste’s debut album featuring works of Beethoven, Dvorak, and the revolutionary collaborative project Constellations, has continued to receive rave reviews from some of the most respected critics in the country. The album includes Beethoven’s Piano Trio in G Major, Op. 1 No. 2, Dvorak’s “Dumky” Trio, and a special commission project titled Constellations – Variations on a Theme by Beethoven featuring new music from some of today’s most important composers including Samuel Adler, Mike Block, Paul Dooley, Eugene Drucker, Peter Erskine, Eric Guinivan, Fred Hersch, Pierre Jalbert, Jim Scully, and Cristina Spinei.