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Autore: Claudio
Pubblicato: 2006/2/16
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Press Reviews
"A GREAT BRAHMS WITH THE TRIO JOHANNES"
"Together since 1993, the Trio Johannes performs with maturity and great musical freedom. Trio di Trieste's influence is clear: thoughtful phrasing, expressive, evocative sound, and always tremendous subtlety; but the Trio Johannes has found its own voice, and has come a long way from its foundations. Polidori's cello is particularly seductive, especially in the Brahms Trio exposition; sublimation and Brahmsian prudence is natural to Manara, with his intense violin sound. and the piano part, played by Claudio Voghera, paints a beautiful moonlit sky on the musical landscape."
(Giorgio Pestelli, "La Stampa", June 1995)

"A MUSICAL EVENT"
"The gifted musicians developed as an ensemble at the Trio di Trieste
program... ...they created an ideal unity of sonorities with an excellent performance
of Brahms' Trio op.87. In the Beethoven "Archduke", the final movement highlighted a unique interpretative strength rarely heard."
("Glas Istre", Pola, December 1995)

"TRIO JOHANNES' NOCTURNE"
"What we perceive listening to this young ensemble is a unique sense of joy, brought about by lyrical and intuitive playing. They perform with particular confidence and great maturity.effortlessly, they reached musical depths touching on wisdom beyond their years, looking inward and bringing out musical forms clearly, as if they were human emotions."
( Aurora Blardone, "La Stampa", Turin, may 1996)

"IN THE TRIPLE CONCERTO TRIO JOHANNES SHINES TOO"
"Trio Johannes: sensible, precise, playing with great care and deep expression."
(Cesare Galla,"Il Giornale di Vicenza", Vicenza, october 1996)

"TECHNIQUE & EMOTIONS: THE TRIO JOHANNES"
"Trio Johannes, three young but great artists, gave a glorious account of Ravel's Trio... magnificent. With tremendous spontaneity and unusual passion.."
(la Repubblica, Italy, January 1998)

"TRIO JOHANNES - PROVEN ARTISTS"
"The wonderful Trio Johannes can be heard on a new CD, featuring Beethoven's "Archduke" and Brahms' op.8 Trios. Those two recordings showcase the excellent work the Trio has done in a few years, especially their development of delicate and intimate expression...and the proof was there, at RAI Auditorium, with Ravel and Schumann Trios. The three musicians are perfectly matched in tone, temperament and pacing in every piece.
( Giorgio Pestelli, "La Stampa", Turin, January 1998)

CD: BEETHOVEN TRIO (OP.97 "Archduke") & BRAHMS TRIO, Op.8 - TRIO JOHANNES
"In 1993, cellist Massimo Polidori and the duo Manara-Voghera gave life to a magnificent partnership.they seem to be the rightful successors of their mentors, Trio di Trieste. What we feel is great care for the manuscript, sublimated in every way...that leads to an excellent and fluid interpretation, and great performances that surpass the written music to project the composer's thoughts directly..."
(Giovanna Borelli, "Fedeltà del Suono" n. 61, Jan-Feb 1998)

"..a splendid Trio with an incredible approach to performance: Trio Johannes. They possess every quality chamber musicians should have; the capability to truly make music together, with particular strength in Schubert, Beethoven and Brahms."
(A. Mastropietro, Il Messaggero, November 1998)

GREAT EMOTIONS IN THE EVENING WITH "TRIO JOHANNES"
"…Pianist Claudio Voghera, both in Beethoven and in Brahms, has great character and resonant tone, perfectly balanced with the violin and cello. He has absolute control of the instrument."
(C. Genovese, Il Giornale di Siracusa, March 2000)

"INTENSITY AND POETRY THROUGH SCHUBERT & RAVEL"
“Such wonderful talent should be presented in every major concert hall. With such great reputation and superior ensemble playing, the Trio Johannes' deeply expressive interpretation and intense poetry was communicated well to the audience, reaching its pinnacle in Ravel's Trio.
(M. C., Il Giornale di Brescia, April 2000)

"THE TRIO JOHANNES, A DREAM-CONCERT"
“...Trio Johannes shows us the typical italian musical school. (…) Young, virtuosi, and an interpretative perfection due to excellent talent, but also to a great ensemble work. (…) incredible harmony with the pianist…”
(J.H.D., El Pais, Montevideo (Uruguay), June 2000)

"TRIO JOHANNES, TRANSPARENT AND UNIFIED SOUND"
“...a classic concert program including Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms, that helped us understand the concept of ensemble interpretation; a game based on colors, dynamics and dialogue between the instruments(…) At the end, Brahms' Trio op. 87 was intense and full of passion."
(Patrizia Ferialdi, Il Piccolo, October 2000)

“…superb intonation and fusion…a totally involving performance at this memorable concert with a stunning interpretation of Ravel’s Trio…”
(Il Giornale di Brescia, Bescia, 9/4/’00)

“…a passionate and resolute rendition of Brahms’s C Major Trio, moving and suffused with melancholy abandon…”
(Patrizia Terialdi, “Il piccolo”, Trieste, 22/10/’00)

“…the complexity of Messiaen’s work provided scope for the ensemble to demonstrate their incredible fusion…”
(M.C.Corona, “Risveglio 2000”, Ravenna; 27/7/’02)

"TRIO JOHANNES BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO BRAHMS"
".. in the hands of Trio Johannes(...) the music was at once familar and yet remarkably fresh..The musician played with an unreleting passion.."
(Jane Vranish, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Pittsburgh, 1/2/06)

"BRAHMS PIANO TRIOS GIVEN ELOQUENT TREATMENT"
"...Brilliantly insightful performances by the Trio Johannes...
The audience heard a particularly successful blend of energy and maturity. Polidori's long cello melody that starts the piece was poised and affecting, and fully matched by violinist Manara as the musical conversation unfolded.
The biggest surprise was provided by the pianist, who made the often-problematic Steinway piano sound magnificent. His projection of Brahms' remarkably lively bass register was a marvel to encounter for the sake of musical lucidity, and also balanced the never-excessive brightness he achieved."
(Mark Kanny, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, 1/2/06)



 
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