Busch Trio - Beethoven, Mozart en Ravel
The Busch Trio made their debut in the Kleine Zaal in February 2016, since then the gentlemen have regularly been heard here. Tonight the musicians show their athletic energy in beautiful music by Beethoven, Mozart and Ravel.
They played football, listened to music together and made music: the Dutch violinist Mathieu van Bellen and the Israeli brothers Ori and Omri Epstein know each other from the Royal College of Music in London, and have formed the successful Busch Trio since 2012. A reviewer from The Strad noticed that the strings adapt their sound to each other to a great extent. Their collective clarity, their gentle vibrato and their athletic energy integrate perfectly with the piano. The Busch Trio made their debut in the Kleine Zaal in February 2016, since then the gentlemen have regularly been heard here.
Beethoven, Mozart and Ravel
At the outbreak of the First World War, Ravel was working on his Piano Trio, completing the work five weeks before enlisting as a volunteer. In Beethoven's opus 11, published with both a clarinet and a violin part, a carefree style predominates. A little further back in the history of the piano trio genre we find Mozart's Piano Trio in B-flat. With a wonderful solo part for the piano, but also the cello and violin repeatedly escape the straitjacket of a mere accompanying role.
Dates and times
|Monday 2 October||20:15 - 22:00|
|Wednesday 4 October||20:15 - 22:00|
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