Before a note of this imaginative ‘Parisian’ programme had been played, we knew from those soulful open strings as Daniel Rowland tuned up that we had on stage a violin that loved to be played and a player that loved to play it. And how! Rowland’s passion for the music shone through every one of the evening’s very different works. From the poignant sorrow of Mozart’s E-minor sonata following his mother’s death, to the wild virtuosity of Stravinsky, this was no mere display, but a powerful communication of the heart of the music.
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