The Beaux Arts Trio was a renowned piano trio that made its debut in the United States in 1955. The group's repertoire was widely known for its depth and variety, and they recorded the entire standard piano trio repertoire. The trio consisted of Menahem Pressler on piano, Daniel Guilet on violin, and Bernard Greenhouse on the cello when it was founded. The violin and cello members changed over time, with Isidore Cohen, Ida Kavafian, Yung Uck Kim, Daniel Hope, Peter Wiley, and Antonio Meneses later joining the group. Notable pieces performed by the Beaux Arts Trio include the complete works of Beethoven, Brahms, and Schubert. In 2015, Decca Classics released a 60-CD boxed set to celebrate their 60th anniversary.