The LNSO Piano Trio: Indulis CINTIŅŠ – violin, Dace ZĀLĪTE-ZILBERTE – cello,
Mārtiņš ZILBERTS – piano
Sandis ŠTEINBERGS – violin
Tālivaldis ĶENIŅŠ Concertino barocco for two violins
Johannes BRAHMS Piano Trio no. 3 in C minor, op. 101
Erich Wolfgang KORNGOLD Suite for two violins, cello, and piano left hand, op. 23
The LNSO Piano Trio has reached its five-year anniversary, and they continue to interpret
monumental classics as well as lesser-known contemporary works. Tonight’s programme includes Brahms’s shortest and the least frequently performed piano trio, rife with unrest and challenges, emotional turbulence and flare-ups. Korngold, a successful author of Hollywood scores, wrote a work dedicated to Wittgenstein the pianist, the very same to whom Ravel dedicated his Piano Concerto for the Left Hand. The music written in 1930 looks back at a foregone Vienna in retrospect, in a somewhat grotesque and sentimental manner. Ķeniņš, however, circles back to Baroque, attesting his talent, which we should remember and appreciate more often
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