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International award-winning Australian chamber music ensemble of piano, violin, and cello.

Kenji Fujimura (piano) Rochelle Ughetti (violin) Noella Yan (cello)

Trio Anima Mundi (TAM), an internationally acclaimed ensemble, has stood out as a beacon in Australia’s chamber music scene since its establishment in 2008. Celebrated for its innovative approach and ‘Piano Trio Archaeology’, TAM unearths and performs forgotten gems alongside iconic piano trio masterpieces and contemporary compositions. 

Praised as a 'trio of vitality, charm and aplomb' (The Age), TAM is renowned for their ‘superb ensemble playing’ (Limelight), with recordings of their performances regularly broadcast to global audiences. TAM is a sought-after presence at festivals and masterclass events, appearing in renowned gatherings such as the Castlemaine State Festival, Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields Festival, Melbourne Chamber Music Feast, Montsalvat Chamber Music Series, Ballan Feast, 3MBS Marathons etc. TAM is currently serving as Ensemble-in-Residence at the International Academy of Musical Arts (

TAM’s debut CD, “Romantic Piano Trios,” received the prestigious Musicweb International Recording of the Year in 2013. Critics hailed it as a ‘top recommendation' (Fanfare USA), and praised it as being 'beautifully recorded in well-balanced sound, with consistently affectionate performances' (Gramophone), declaring it 'the CD of the year and, perhaps, many years to come.’ (Wright Music UK). Their latest recording, “English Piano Trios,” released in January 2020, earned the distinction of being an ‘Audiophile Essential’ by Hi-Res Audio (Germany), claimed Musicweb International Recording of the Month, and a featured Classical Album on Apple Music. A critic noted being ‘...continually amazed at the brilliant interpretation of this music.’ (Musicweb International). 

TAM’s ongoing projects include The Reissiger Project, a groundbreaking survey of the 27 piano trios of Carl Reissiger for the Toccata Classics (UK) label.