The Archives Nationales are open to the Young Talents. The Hôtel Soubise welcomes the Trio Sōra, an ensemble existing only a few months but sounding already like an established one. The Prince Chamber is completely full and warms up with a charming and amusing Mozart K.502. We can enjoy the tembral clarity, the joy to play and the good balance.
Then we travel a first time to Argentina. In his piece formed as a disfigured night, Kagel plays with the effects and rhythms. We can see skeletons, snakes and something to frighten an experienced chamber music player: 40 different tempi pass by without crying for help. Our 3 ladies dominate the situation, revel in it and have fun. We yell bravo to their sense of drama and the atmospheres, precision of the play.
The Mendelssohn 2nd trio follows the break and is a chef d’oeuvre. Equal to the greatest symphonies, he draws from the history of people and the human soul the essential of a perfect and admirable creation. Universal. The Trio Sōra delivers in exactly like this and it is wonderful. We can hear this dream orchestra where every group sounds like one and everybody hear each other. The rich and boiling matter of Mendelssohn reveal 3 musicians and strong personalities that merge and complete each other perfectly. We are happy. And so are the artists: we return to Buenos Aires for the encore. The Primavera Portena of Piazolla adds a few more degrees to a rich and inspiring evening.