The Zodiac Trio last performed at the Bach on February 12, 2012.!__english-site!__english-site/video

Kliment Krylovskiy – clarinet, Vanessa Mollard – violin, Riko Higuma – piano

Program – Sunday February 12, 2012

Paul Schoenfield - Fraylach (klezmer-influenced)
Igor Stravinsky - A Soldier's Tale
Paquito D'Rivera - Vals Venezolano and Merengue, for Clarinet and Piano
George Gershwin/Fritz Kreisler - It Ain't Necessarily So, for Violin and Piano
Astor Piazzolla - Verano Porteno


Andrew List -Noa Noa. A Gauguin Tableau
Bela Bartok - Contrasts

The Paris-based ensemble is quickly becoming an international sensation by offering definitive performances with effervescent style and enthusiasm, bringing the clarinet-violin-piano instrumentation to the foreground of the chamber music. Originally formed in New York in 2006, the Trio has since appeared at such venues as Lincoln Center in New York, Oriental Performing Arts Center in Shanghai, the Corum in Montpellier, the Acropolis in Nice, Izumi Hall in Osaka, and Radio France in Paris, among many others. Notably, the trio collaborates with Yovan Markovich, cellist of the famed Ysaÿe Quartet in extended programs. Their February 12th program at the Douglas Beach House in Half Moon Bay includes music by George Gershwin, Paul Schoenfield, Stravinsky and Bartok, as well as composer Andrew List who is touring with the trio and will be present at the performance.

"rare musical intensity", "impeccable technique" and "infectious enjoyment of the music". (New York Concert Review)

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