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... The fine duo :nota bene: started its programme with Mozart's Sonata for piano and violin KV 296 in C major. The violin intonation was clean and limpid. The use of vibrato was economical, which added to the tonal clarity. The piano part was sensitive and enthusiastic.
Schubert's Sonata for piano and violin D 385 in A minor was performed with intense and responsive feeling and gusto. Both artists deserve sincere congratulations for this interpretation.
The last item in this fine recital was Brahms's Sonata for piano and violin op. 100 in A major. Eva Steinschaden performed Brahms with marked zeal and with an intense vibrato. This Sonata was a real climax for this rewarding recital given by two refined and dedicated young artists. There was enthusiastic applause from the audience. The duo is to be congratulated on an excellent and stimulating concert.
(Syria Times/Syria, September 2002)


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