Staying in Touch With A Little Mozart
Some weeks ago, I shared with you the first movement of Mozart’s Piano Trio in B Flat, K.502. This week, I’ve selected the
second movement – Larghetto from this work, performed once again by Andrew Haveron and Umberto Clerici (cello) who joined me – to listen please click on the yellow words.
The cancelled 2020 tour this filmed concert replaced was to feature music that reflected original violinist Vesa, Umberto and my personal heritage with works by Sibelius (Finland), Martucci (Italy) and Dvorak (Czechoslovakia) – we all decided upon Mozart as a unifiying force. Andrew, who took Vesa’s place, agreed.
One critic has described this second movement as one of calm reassurance – perhaps what we all need a little more of right now!
To hear the full work and the concert in which it was performed (Let’s Get Personal), along with our introductions, please visit my website.