Founded in Paris in 2009, Trio Karénine bears the name of Tolstoy’s beautiful and emotionally honest heroine. The trio of Julien Dieudegard (violin), Louis Rodde (cello) and Paloma Kouider (piano) is acclaimed by critics and audiences for its musical integrity and passionate interpretation, and was the top prizewinner at the ARD International Competition in 2013. The group has performed in the world’s most prestigious halls, including the Philharmonie and Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, London’s Wigmore Hall, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Frick Collection in New York, Salle Bourgie in Montréal, the Konzerthaus in Berlin, the Herkulessaal and Prinzregententheater in Münich, and the Leiszhalle in Hamburg.

Chants de l'Isolé

Released: September 22, 2023
Label: Mirare
Composers: Hersant, Menut

Suk - Dvořák

Released: February 24, 2023
Label: Mirare
Composers: Suk, Dvořák

La Nuit Transfigurée

Released: February 19, 2021
Label: Mirare
Composers: Liszt, Schoenberg, Schumann

Chostakovitch / Dvořák / Weinberg

Released: October 12, 2019
Label: Mirare
Composers: Dvořák, Shostakovich, Weinberg

Fauré - Ravel - Tailleferre

Released: May 11, 2018
Label: Mirare
Composers: Fauré, Ravel, Tailleferre

Schumann: Piano Trios Nos. 1 & 2

Released: June 10, 2016
Label: Mirare
Composers: Schumann


2024-25 Tour Programs

The group offers three program options with music by Beethoven, Dvořák, Schubert, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Fauré, and more.

2025-26 Tour Programs

Whether it's Debussy's "La Mer,” composed on the Channel coast, or Ravel's trio, with sea-spray-filled writing inspired by the Atlantic Ocean – these two works feature swaying, changing luminosities and mysterious depths. During his almost ten-year stay in Paris, Joaquin Turina rubbed shoulders with these two geniuses of Impressionism, appropriating their colors and harmonies while highlighting the richness of Spanish culture. Back in Spain when he was composing his second trio, Turina, as Ravel had done in the first movement of his trio, drew on Basque folk dances, composing his scherzo to a Zortzico rhythm, perhaps as a final tribute.