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LIVESTREAM SERIESTrio Khaldei invites #5 NICO BALTUSSEN

Happy Birthday, Astor Piazzolla!

Four Seasons, Grand Tango, Oblivion, Tristezza, Ojos Negros,...

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LIVESTREAM SERIESTrio Khaldei invites #3 Els Moens

A glimpse behind the scenes

J. Sibelius Trio Lovisa (I. Allegro)
F. Schubert Trio in Es (II. Andante con moto)
K. Saariaho Light and Matter
D. Schostakovitch Trio No. 2 (IV. Allegretto)

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LIVESTREAM SERIESTrio Khaldei invites #2 DORINE MORTELMANS

Folkloric Inspiration

E. Grieg Lieder Op.48
A. Dvorak Dumky Trio
L.V. Beethoven Irish, Welsh and Scottish folk songs

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LIVESTREAM SERIESTrio Khaldei invites #1 FRANK NUYTS

Visions of an Outcome

W.A. Mozart Trio in Bb
G. Sacré Sursum
M. Coutigny Nobody's Fault
F. Nuyts Visions of an Outcome

Weinberg

Weinberg

Mieczyslaw Weinberg

Trio op.24

Quintet for piano and strings op.18
    Silesian Quartet, Victor Chestopal - piano


Two works of exceptional vitality written by a young composer, an exceptional pianist, who had, not long before, become a close friend of Shostakovich.
A mark of respect from Weinberg to his elder, the Trio op 24 begins with a masterful neoclassical Prelude. The Toccata with its exhilarating speed, the Poem of a dreamy lyricism, the Finale with its multiple characters: 4 unique movements creating an astonishing unity.
The Quintet op 18 testifies to Weinberg’s creative power. Serene melodies, naive marches, old-fashioned refrains, cabaret waltzes, Irish jigs, driving round dances… these ingenious elements are skilfully orchestrated and interwoven, and the five movements are always very convincing to the listener.
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