October 4, 2008
the name translates, the “trio of soloists” (Jon Klibonoff,
piano; Maria Bachmann, violin; Alexis Pia Gerlach, cello),
with a program to include Schubert, Mussorgsky, and Piazzolla.
Notturno, D. 897
Pictures at an Exhibition
by Trio Solisti)
Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
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Solisti's arrangement skillfully recasts Mussorgsky's
musical gallery . .
fine characterful performances . . . well worth hearing.
Tuileries is graceful
and witty, with Maria Bachmann's clever solo violin
evoking a nice fin de siècle Parisian flavour...
a lively market at Limoges...an atmospheric atacombs,
with evocative piano work by Klibonoff...rounded off
with a resounding Great Gate of Kiev.”
Magazine Feb. 2008
"Trio Solisti dove into the music's unrelenting
passion with zealous abandon.....at times, zeal gave
way to tender lyricism in a transcendent performance.”
-The Washington Post April 2006
performance was consistently brilliant...an incisive
account of Ravel's extraordinary Trio in A minor....dangerous
and radical…and compelling."
-The New York Times, March 2005