In Haydn themes are firmly rooted in Baroque aesthetic, and at the same time they are future-oriented. In Schumann the extremes often collide directly with one another. In his music there are abrupt changes. Melodiousness is something the Schumann trio and the piece Vitebsk by Aaron Copland certainly have in common. The Copland work is centered around a Jewish song. Hosokawa dissolves everything at once. He attains a new dimension. Time is suspended, it evaporates. The Oberon Trio was founded in 2006. Shortly after the ensemble's premier concert, the Flensburger Tageblatt already credited the Oberon Trio with "enormous interpretive abilities, which testify to the enchanting ripeness and stylistic command of this new ensemble." Meanwhile, the trio has given performances, among others, at the Berliner Philharmonie, the Wiener Konzerthaus, the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, the Konzerthaus Dortmund, and Esterházy Palace, as well as in Italy, Bulgaria, Israel, India, Egypt, and the Ukraine.