Faust-Queyras-Melnikov Trio

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 7:30PM
Old Cabell Hall

Faust-Queyras-Melnikov Trio
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Performed at Old Cabell Hall, on Grounds at UVA

Isabelle Faust captivates her listeners through her insightful and faithful interpretations, based on a thorough knowledge of the historical context of the works as well as her attention to current scholarship. At an early age, Isabelle Faust won the prestigious Leopold Mozart and Paganini competitions and was soon invited to appear with the world's leading orchestras, including the Berlin Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.

Curiosity, diversity and a firm focus on the music itself characterize the artistic work of Jean-Guihen Queyras. Whether on stage or on record, one experiences an artist dedicated completely and passionately to the music, whose humble and quite unpretentious treatment of the score reflects its clear, undistorted essence. The inner motivations of composer, performer and audience must all be in tune with one another in order to bring about an outstanding concert experience: Jean-Guihen Queyras learned this interpretative approach from Pierre Boulez, with whom he established a long artistic partnership.

Alexander Melnikov graduated from the Moscow Conservatory under Lev Naumov. His most formative musical moments in Moscow include an early encounter with Svjatoslav Richter, who thereafter regularly invited him to festivals in Russia and France. He was awarded important prizes at eminent competitions such as the International Robert Schumann Competition in Zwickau (1989) and the Concours Musical Reine Elisabeth in Brussels (1991).

Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 9 in E flat, WoO 38
Beethoven: Klaviertrio Es-Dur Op. 70, Nr. 2
Beethoven: Piano Trio No.10 in E flat, Op.44, 14 Variations on an Original Theme
Beethoven: Klaviertrio D-Dur Op. 70, Nr. 1, "Geistertrioā€¯

Principal Underwriter: Virginia National Bank
Underwriters: Carolyn & David Beach

Parking: Patrons may park in the Central Grounds Parking Garage and leave for free after the concert when the gate is lifted for an hour after the concert, courtesy of the Tuesday Evening Concert Series.

Latecomers Policy: In accordance with the UVA Fire Marshall's regulations, latecomers may no longer stand in the rear of the hall before going to their seats at intermission, so they will be able to enter the hall only at intermission. We encourage patrons to allow sufficient time to arrive prior to the 7:30 PM starting time.

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