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Andy Tyler reviews King’s Lynn Festival Coffee Concert of Schubert and Mozart by Trio Kurtag





Reviewer Andy Tyler shares his thoughts on a recent concert…

It was all change at the recent King’s Lynn Festival Coffee Concert when, due to illness the advertised recital, to be performed by The Kleio String Quartet, was at the last minute changed to a programme of works by Schubert and Mozart performed by Trio Kurtag, which consisted of three Kleio Quartet members: Katherine Yoon, violin, Yume Fujise, viola and Eliza Millett, cello.

The trio was formed from the members’ love of chamber music and the musicians have performed widely.

Katherine Yoon, violin, Yume Fujise, viola, and Eliza Millett, cello
Katherine Yoon, violin, Yume Fujise, viola, and Eliza Millett, cello

They are grateful to receive support and great mentorship from two members of the distinguished Doric String Quartet.

The revised concert consisted of sensitive, subtle and well-balanced performances of the first movement of Schubert’s String Trio in B flat, D471 and Mozart’s Divertimento in Eflat, K563.

Thanks to all concerned for making this finale to the King’s Lynn Festival Spring Series of Coffee Concerts and the other events such a grand success.

Perhaps The Kleio Quartet will come and perform their recital of music by Haydn and Dvorak on another occasion.

Review by Andy Tyler



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