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JASMIN TOCCATA - Chemirani - Rondeau - Dunford

"La séduction des alliages, les rythmes obstinés qui rappellent la musique répétitive américaine, la fluidité des enchaînements entre les instruments, ou encore les échappées belles d’une chaconne de Robert de Visée, ou de « Music for a While » de Purcell, créent une atmosphère enivrante. Une atmosphère dans laquelle s’abandonne le public séduit par la complicité, la chaleur et l’enthousiasme des trois virtuoses"
Le Progrès - Antonio Mafra - septembre 2015
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"[…] a chaconne by Storace, wrought into a thing of wondrous ­virtuosity by Rondeau’s clear, unflagging, faster-than-breath playing, morphed into a long, thoughtful cadenza that kept evading resolution, opening one door after another, until its landing in Chemirani’s piece “Soudha” seemed perfectly reasonable, the road that was taken after the many that were not.In the one 18th-century piece on the program, billed as a “Fandango improvisation on a fandango bass” by Antonio Soler, Dunford laid down a few touches of Persian-tinged filigree before moving into Spanish-guitar territory, as the music grew thicker and thicker with virtuosity until it ended with a muted whoop — from an audience member."
Washington Post - Anne Midgette - octobre 2015
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Bertrand Pichene

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