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General public: $40

34 or under: $20


Trio Fibonacci - The Great Romantics

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Take a journey through the 19th century with three of its most illustrious representatives. Chopin, from the first generation of the Romantics, stands out with his first and only trio, filled with poetry and dancing rhythms. It conveys both the ardour of his youth and offers a glimpse of the depth of his work to come. The music of Cécile Chaminade evokes the elegance of the French salons. This composer, whose reputation this piece was to establish, fascinates us with her touchingly sincere lyricism, which combines the intimate with the grandiose. At the same time, across the Rhine, Brahms was writing one of his great twilight masterpieces. His movingly expressive Trio No. 3 reveals the sentimental and passionate world of the man who would become the most universal of the great romantics.

General public: $40

34 or under: $20

Friday November 24, 2023 at 07:30 pm


Trio Fibonacci

Julie-Anne Derome, violon
Gabriel Prynn, cello
Maxim Shatalkin, piano


Frédéric CHOPIN Trio in G minor, Op. 8
Cécile CHAMINADE Trio No. 2 
Johannes BRAHMS Trio No. 3 in C minor, Op. 101

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