HOMMAGE A SAINT-SAENS
NEW ALBUM - SEPTEMBER 2021
The Zadig Trio marks the centenary of Camille Saint-Saëns’s death with an exploration of two particular facets of his work: Saint-Saëns was not only a composer in his own right but was also a learned transcriber and arranger of other composers’ music. Saint-Saëns’ arrangements of Jean-Philippe Rameau’s Pièces de clavecin en concerts 1 and 5 and Franz Liszt’s Orpheus here frame his own Trio for piano, violin and cello in E minor op. 92.
“Extraordinarily gifted instrumentalists and, at the same time, truly searching musicians”
Bound by a shared vision of music and deep-rooted friendships, the Zadig Trio has seized the global stage with striking intensity. Honored with eleven international awards, this magnetic ensemble effortlessly commands attention through their skillful virtuosity, elegant poise, and an infectious spirit that permeates every performance. The magic of the Zadig Trio resides in the fusion of their individual talents and their undeniable synergy—a reflection of their shared passion and unwavering dedication to their craft.
SCHUBERT: Trio n°1 op. 99 in B-flat Major - Andante un poco mosso
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