The Abramski Trio decided to form a permanent ensemble after a successful informal concert at the Monastery in Maulbronn and have gone on to perform regularly together. The group is made up of young musicians who met during studies at the College of Music in Stuttgart. Whilst playing together at the Badischen Staatstheater in Karlsruhe during the 2003/04 season a spontaneous Trio concert turned into something much more... The ensemble decided to make it their aim to perform seldom played works for double reed instruments in the unconventional form of Oboe, Bassoon and Piano, similar to the classical Piano trio. Composers such as Poulenc and Francaix are well known for their lively, humorous and imaginative wind chamber music, the performance of which the young musicians of the Abramski trio are ably adept to perform. The role of Pianist Ron Abramski is not just to sensitively accompany but through his solo performances to complement each concert. In 2006 the Abramski trio performed in the renowned concert series in the Monastery at Maulbronn and in September 2007 were finalists in the "2nd International European Chamber music competition" in Karlsruhe.