Trio Mediæval har gitt konserter og radio- og TV-opptredener over hele Europa, USA og Canada, og holdt sin første konsert i Asia under Hong Kong Arts Festival i februar 2008. Ensemblet har samarbeidet med musikere som Arve Henriksen, Jan Bang, Trygve Seim, Frode Haltli, Birger Mistereggen, Bang-on-a-Can (New York), Tord Gustavsen Trio og samtidsmusikkensemblet musikFabrik fra Köln. Trio Mediæval i februar 2018-utgave består av Linn Andrea Fuglseth, Anna Maria Friman, Jorunn Lovise Husan. Sistnevnte sanger er ny på laget i 2018. De fascinerende stemmene fra Oslos Trio Mediaeval har betatt konsertverdenen med sine fantastiske forestillinger og innspillinger av et mangfoldig polyfonisk repertoar som inneholder middelaldermusikk fra England og Frankrike, samtidsverk skrevet for ensemblet, og tradisjonelle norske ballader og sanger.
New album out now!
Trio Mediæval’s collection of hymns and lullabies — intimate songs as old as time and as new as tomorrow: this is music with no boundaries, celebrating our common humanity. We’ll never know the first song or the first singer, and we’ll never know what they sang about. But if time could unwind and we could hear it, perhaps we would witness a mother or a father singing the first lullaby. When we sing a hymn or a lullaby we become a link in a chain that began in the unknowable past and will stretch into the infinite future: a timeless continuum of solace and comfort. Guests musicians: Trygve Seim (sax) and Mats Eilertsen (double bass).
The new lullabies by Anders Jormin and Sinikka Langeland began in their heads as little musical gifts for real children, and are here sung for all of us by three singers who have sung many a lullaby to their own children, aided and abetted on this album by Trygve Seim, and Mats Eilertsen, fathers both.
The mesmerizing voices of Oslo’s Trio Mediaeval have captivated the concert world with their breathtaking performances and recordings of a diverse polyphonic repertoire featuring sacred monophonic and polyphonic medieval music from England, Italy and France, contemporary works written for the ensemble, as well as traditional Norwegian, Swedish and Icelandic ballads and songs, mostly arranged by the group members. During their career, the trio has developed exciting collaborations with both individual musicians as well as larger ensembles/orchestras.