Wroclaw, Bad Füssing, Oviedo, Valencia, Luxembourg, Basel, Bern, Vienna, Essen, and London are the stops on the tour, on which the trio will present Sebastian Currier's Ghost Trio, among other works - in each of the seven countries visited as a premiere performance. Beethoven's piano trio op. 70 No. 1 Ghost Trio, to which the new work refers, is also on the programme.
Maximilian Hornung, who was a scholarship holder of the Anne-Sophie Mutter Foundation as a young cellist, has been playing together with the violinist for many years.