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<Day 2: CAMERA Sutera>
The Sutera Ensemble was up next at the all-new 250-seater auditorium at Afiniti Medini, featuring Loo Bang Hean (Piano), Angel Lee (Violin), Dr. Andrew Filmer (Viola) and Jonathan Oh (Cello). As educators and communicators, the “famour four” use commentaries to uncover the architecture and inspiration that have allowed classical music to live for centuries later.
Throughout the 2-hr concert, we were able to appreciate how Mozart’s music has drama and humour, not only through how he wrote it, but how else he might have written it. We also witnessed how the German composer Brahms takes on inspiration from Turkey, becoming truly musically meaningful for all cultures as it makes its musical journey, generations later, to Malaysia.
From a duo to trios and finally to quartets, the Sutera Ensemble fully illustrates through words and melodies, the varied intricacies of “camera”, or Italian for chamber music, which incidentally also fully provided a meaningful musical snapshots, taking us through 1750 – 1900 from the Classical to late Romantic period.
本地知名室内乐四重奏：The Sutera Ensemble
- Mozart – Duo for violin and viola in G major, K.423 (ii. Adagio)
- Schubert – String Trio in B flat major, D.471
- Mozart – Piano Quartet no.2 in E flat major, K.493
- Wolf-Ferrari – Piano Trio no. 1 in D major, Op. 5 (i. Molto moderato)
- Schumann – Piano Quartet in E flat major, Op. 47 (iii. Andante cantabile)
- Brahms – Piano Quartet no. 1 in G minor, Op. 25 (iv. Rondo alla Zingarese)