The Sitkovetsky Trio, (from left) Alexander Sitkovetsky, Wu Qian and Isang Enders, played with an abundance of joy both in their Premiere Performances recital on November 14 in Hong Kong and their November 16 performance with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: Thomas Lin/Premiere Performances

Joyfulness the hallmark of Sitkovetsky Trio’s recital and orchestral performances of works by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov

  • The rapport between violinist and cellist, and the technical accomplishment of all three players, was evident in Sitkovetsky Trio’s performances in Hong Kong
  • They produced moments of great beauty in works by two Russian composers, and played Beethoven trio and triple concerto with grace, energy and expressiveness
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The Sitkovetsky Trio, (from left) Alexander Sitkovetsky, Wu Qian and Isang Enders, played with an abundance of joy both in their Premiere Performances recital on November 14 in Hong Kong and their November 16 performance with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: Thomas Lin/Premiere Performances
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