15. 04. 2016 (Barbara Bryan)

Bizet Symphony in C, Queen's Hall, Review

[…]The accomplished Serbian pianist, Anika Vavic, was the soloist and in the first movement she gave a thrilling performance, emphasising the lively staccato theme.

The middle movement, by comparison, was mellow, reminding one of Shostakovich's melancholic moods. However, without a break we go straight into the finale which picks up the theme from the first movement. An inspired performance by both Anika Vavic and the musicians. An appreciative audience insisted on an encore in which Vavic sensitively played Scriabin's ‘Dance Languide'

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