april, 2013

07apr20:00Trio Wanderer20:00


In the Mozart the pulse is being played with. The first movement of the piano trio from 1776 is notated in three-four time, but the swaying dance time is elegantly interrupted by little passages where the listener will experience a sense of a two beat. The piano is the protagonist in this beauty-seeking music which continues in a melting adagio with the violin taking the lead in carrying the melody. There is more drama afoot in the last movement where the pianist’s virtuosity is tested.Chausson ended his days after crashing on his bicycle, in the middle of a promising career, but also with a mind haunted by depressions. The trio in G minor is one of his first great works, and it shows a great deal of temperament, French elegance and harmonic finesse.Tchaikovsky’s trio was composed at the death of his friend, the pianist and composer Nicolai Rubinstein, and has the death march as a central theme.Trio WandererThis year’s ensemble in residence at Mogens Dahl Concert Hall makes audiences in concert halls all over the world sit up, from the Berlin Philharmonics to Wigmore Hall, La Scala or opera venues and intimate stages in the US, Japan or South America. Releases at Sony Classical and, since 1999, at Harmonia Mundi have been given prominence by reviewers all over the world. The New York Times have called their Mendelssohn interpretations the new standard for this music. In the trio’s 25th anniversary year, 2012, they released a complete set of Beethoven’s piano trios. The three members of the trio are all graduates from the Conservatoire de Paris.Programme:W. A. Mozart (1756–1791): Piano Trio 1, KV 254 in B-flat majorErnest Chausson (1855–1899): Trio in G minor, op. 3Peter Tchaikovsky (1840–1893): Piano Trio in A minor, op. 50

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