Ferschtman, Broman & Lederlin: Mozart and Bach
These three musicians have overfull diaries but were mad about the idea of playing together again: Liza Ferschtman, Malin Broman and Antoine Lederlin. They found a date, and now they'll play two great late masterpieces: Mozart’s E-flat Major Trio and Bach’s Goldberg Variations.
Ferschtman, Broman and Lederlin
Liza Ferschtman, Malin Broman, and Antoine Lederlin were three musicians with a packed agenda eager to work together again. When they finally get together, they immediately seize the opportunity to play the two most beautiful and essential works from the repertoire for the string trio. "Mozart's Trio in E flat and Bach's Goldberg Variations are works that contain heavenly lightness and unfathomable depth," says violinist Liza Ferschtman.
Mozart and Bach
In two exquisite late masterpieces, Mozart and Bach show that three voices can encompass the universe. Mozart's Trio in E flat pushes the boundaries of the divertimento: this work is much more than entertainment music. The depth of the musical thoughts and the technical difficulty demand the utmost from both players and listeners - but with a rich reward. Equally outstanding are Bach's Goldberg Variations, written for a two-manual harpsichord and brilliantly arranged for a string trio by Dmitry Sitkovetsky.
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