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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ !! Presse !! Concertgebouw Amsterdam

« Trio Zadig evokes Beethoven and Dvorak from the resonance of a borrowed violin. » « In the Concertgebouw’s Small Hall, Trio Zadig outlined mysterious atmospheres in Beethoven’s ‘Geister’ on Tuesday. Dvorak’s ‘Dumky’ grew into an epic tale. Voltaire’s novel character Zadig falls prey to strange and tragic twists of fate before becoming prince of […]

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Classica ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

5 Stars from Classica for our album “The Seasons” !Thanks to Fabienne Bouvet for this beautiful review 🙏🙏

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“Coup de Coeur” from the Figaro

« If there is another month that alone justifies listening to this recording, and the well-deserved success of Zadig, it is without question October. Listen to this subtle inflection of tempo, from the twentieth second, by the violinist Boris Borgolotto. In one hesitation, everything is said. “The three friends do not play, they sing. See […]

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ffff from Télérama Magazine

Click here to read the full review in French: https://www.telerama.fr/musiques/something-in-between,n6289891.php

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“CLIC” from Classiquenews

Click here to read the full review in French: http://www.classiquenews.com/cd-critique-trio-zadig-bernstein-attahir-ravel-something-in-between-1-cd-fuga-libera/

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5 stars in CLASSICA Magazine

“The Zadig Trio stands at a very high level of excellence, in terms of precision, balance and the understanding of music and sound.”

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Radio Classique

Listen to the full podcast of the Zadig Trio with Laure Mézan in “Le Journal du Classique” here : bit.ly/2KQR1Sn On the menu: the origins of the Zadig Trio, their newest CD “Something in Between”, and their concert at the Easter Festival in Aix-en-Provence!

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Kulturradio RBB

RBB Kulturradio in Germany strongly recommends the Zadig Trio’s latest album : “The Zadig Trio doesn’t make a debut somewhere ‘in between’, but at the top of young piano trios”. Click here to listen to the full podcast.

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The Classic reviewAlbum review

« With a broad, stilled beauty in the second movement and convincing performance of the finale (listen to the wonderful opening bars’ masterful blend of instruments) – this makes for a memorable version of the Ravel Trio. »

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