Three is an innovative new chamber ensemble, exploring new textures and sonorities by combining trumpet, trombone, and guitar with live electronics and soundscapes.

Formed by three Melburnians, Three's aim is to establish new and cutting-edge repertoire for trumpet, trombone and guitar with a special focus on presenting performances that resonate with current day audiences. Three has commissioned numerous composers in Australia and abroad, and has benefitted by multiple commission grants from the Australia Council for the Arts.

Aussie Electric @ Melbourne Recital Centre
23 Feb 2017
Co-presented with the Melbourne Recital Centre on their Spotlight series, "Aussie Electric" features new works commissioned by Three. Tickets available from the MRC website.
Midnight Songs Reviews
25 July 2016
Steve Moffatt calls Midnight Songs "a delightful album full of little musical surprises" in The Daily Telegraph and CutCommon's Myles Oakey calls it "an intriguingly beautiful record," hailing Three as "an inspiring example of forward-thinking classical music culture in Australia."
Greenbaum Sonatas
6 Nov 2016
The members of Three will join forces with pianist Konrad Olszewski to perform three of Stuart Greenbaum's newest sonatas at Melba Hall. The concert on 6 Nov 2pm will be recorded for live commercial release. Stay tuned for info on tickets.
ABC Broadcast
26 Feb 2016
A Three concert featuring works by James Ledger, Fay Wang, Julian Yu, and Andrew Batterham will be broadcasted by ABC on 26 Feb at 10pm. Listen live or archived.
Album Launch
23 Feb 2016
Midnight Songs will be released by and Three will be celebrating their first album with a FREE launch party/concert on 23 Feb at 7pm. Bookings through EventBrite are essential.
ABC Broadcast
7 Feb 2016
A Three concert featuring works by James Ledger, Fay Wang, Julian Yu, and Andrew Batterham will be broadcasted by ABC on 7 Feb at 1pm. Listen live or archived.
Lyrebird Music Society
6 Dec 2015
The Lyrebird Music Society will host Three for a concert on 6 December at Wyselaskie Auditorium, Parkville. The program will include repertoire from our debut CD, Midnight Songs, as well as arrangements of music from Brazil and Argentina.
Three plus Two
12 Sep 2015
Abbotsford's Tacit Contemporary Art is hosting an expanded Three for a fun project called Knives Out, featuring a program that includes music influenced by popular and world music. More info
Three at Home
3 Aug 2015
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Lunch Hour Concert Series will feature Three, performing repertoire from our recent tour of Asia.
Three in Asia
July 2015
Three will be touring Singapore and Hong Kong in July, with performances at the SliderAsia Music Festival and School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA). This tour will feature international and local premiere performances of new commissions by Fay Wang, Julian Yu, Ken Murray, and Christian O'Brien.
ABC Live
23 Nov 2014
Tune into ABC Classics for Three's Sunday Live broadcast on 23 November at 1pm. The performance will be broadcast live from Melbourne's Iwaki Auditorium, and will feature new Australian works from our upcoming album, Midnight Songs.
China/Hong Kong Tour
23 Sep 2014
Three will be heading to Beijing and Hong Kong for performances in September and October for a series of performances including the world premiere of Fay Wang's Steps to Unconsciousness
Three Plays Sydney
1 July 2014
We will be performing at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on 10 July and at the Sydney International Festival of Brass on 11 July.
Melba Hall Concert
12 May 2014
Head to the University of Melbourne's Melba Hall for a free lunchtime concert on 12 May at 1pm featuring works by Abbott, Grainger, and O'Brien.
Midnight Songs
Three's debut recording, Midnight Songs, was released by Tall Poppies Records in February 2016. The album consists of new Australian works commissioned by the ensemble alongside Percy Grainer's groundbreaking Random Round. Available on iTunes (AUS | USA)

Andrew Batterham - Organica
Christian O'Brien - PIT_T
Katy Abbott - Midnight Songs
Percy Grainger (ed. Jane Hammond) - Random Round
Ken Murray - Torque

Reviews:
A delightful album full of little musical surprises
Steve Moffatt, The Daily Telegraph

An intriguingly beautiful record...an inspiring example of forward-thinking classical music culture in Australia.
Myles Oakey, CutCommon