A native of the Belgian Villers-Perwin, Arthur Grumiaux (1921-1986) was the authoritative personality of this trio. As one of the leading (and last) representatives of the Franco-Belgian violin school (Eugène Ysaye and Henri Vieuxtemps were the founders), Grumiaux was a highly regarded soloist and chamber musician. Together with violist Georges Janzer - a member of the famous Hungarian Végh Quartet - and his wife, the Hungarian cellist Eva Czako, Arthur Grumiaux has drawn together a flexible and sinuous chamber music Trinity.