Two philosophers sat on a mountain. „The piano is a drum,“ said the first. „The harder you hit it, the louder it barks.“
„The piano is a harp in a box,“ said the second. „Its strings want to be plucked. No barking there.“
The piano was close by, hiding underneath a stone. It was a friendly animal and did not want to be hit nor have its strings plucked.
„I want to be loved,“ it said. „And cherished. I want to be played by the Caspian Trio.“ And that is exactly what happened.
The Caspian Trio plays jazz; its own form of jazz, very lyrical, with meditative grooves and strong melodies, inspired in part by formations like the Esbjörn Svenson Trio, in part by European tradition and Oriental folklore, absorbing many influences into its own unique style.
The musicians are:
- Ferdinand Delcker (piano)
- Niklas Karidis (bass)
- Sebastián Rosales Morandé (drums)