The three composers embody three different ways of exploring the art of the sonata for violin and piano. Debussy plays with pentatonic tones and evokes picture reflecting into passing references, echoes and impressions that are sometimes expressed in Gipsy inspirations. The slow and majestic introduction of Schumann’s Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2 (1851) gets furiously developed. Frank cultivates a taste for mystery, unpredictability and wandering, in a musical form that is both free and precise. The cyclic theme of the initial Allegro keeps being played in the whole work.
VFO / Honeck
Storytellers : Carnaval des animaux
VFJO & Conducting Fellows
CHANGEMENT DE LIEU / CHANGE OF VENUE
Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois
Secret Concert 4