In concert, yesterday (and tonight) at the Opéra de Clermont with pianist Barry Douglas

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by Pierre-Olivier Febvret  | 19/01/2018 | Read full article

 

Gentle swings that support more Dvorak’ Cypresses, provided not to sink into an uniform reverie. The Auvergne Orchestra preserves itself by varying the colors in thread of five extracts. The exile resurfaced with Bartok who tackles this problem (imposed on him also by the war and the madness of men) with his characteristic energy resulting from songs and folk dances. Its Divertimento, composed in 1939, allows the chef and the ensemble to give the best of themselves : a balance of explosiveness and elegance, rigor and pleasure. For a sensational trip.

Roberto Forés
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