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Antje Weithaas, Steven Osborne, Tanja Tetzlaff

EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 2011

Three leading soloists come together for the Festival with an all Ravel concert featuring three of the composer's greatest works. His Piano Trio is a true masterpiece which requires extreme technical virtuosity from all players. It's second movement Pantoum was inspired by the mesmeric structures of Malayan poetry of the same name. Miroirs for solo piano and his Sonata for Violin and Cello had inspiration closer to home and were dedicated to fellow members of the innovative group of French artists known as 'Les Apaches' and to Debussy respectively.

Ravel: Miroirs
Ravel: Sonata for Violin & Cello
Ravel: Piano TrioEDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 2011

Three leading soloists come together for the Festival with an all Ravel concert featuring three of the composer's greatest works. His Piano Trio is a true masterpiece which requires extreme technical virtuosity from all players. It's second movement Pantoum was inspired by the mesmeric structures of Malayan poetry of the same name. Miroirs for solo piano and his Sonata for Violin and Cello had inspiration closer to home and were dedicated to fellow members of the innovative group of French artists known as 'Les Apaches' and to Debussy respectively.

Ravel: Miroirs
Ravel: Sonata for Violin & Cello
Ravel: Piano Trio

Antje Weithaas - violin
Steven Osborne - piano
Tanja Tetzlaff - cello

Anje Weithaas - violin
Steven Osborne - piano
Tanja Tetzlaff - cello.

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1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Wed 7 Sep 2011 13:00