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… The duo :nota bene: played Franz Xaver Mozart’s Sonata for violin and piano in F major with confidence and sensitivity, demonstrating a very wide range of colours from ppp to fff without, at any point, losing the quality of their tone.
Vavtar’s piano playing was firm and delicate at the same time, and it was matched very well by Steinschaden’s bowing. This work leaves the performers more exposed, demanding from them a clear technique and a great commitment to the music to capture the interest of the listener.
The performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Sonata for piano and violin in B flat major was lively and shaped with poise and elegance. The constant interplay between the violin and the piano as the players exchanged roles between one stage of the movement and the next was excellent and the singing nature of the slow movement was brought forward to the closing Allegretto.
Altogether the concert of the duo in the Auberge d’Aragon in Valletta was characterised by warmth and affection.
(Sunday Times Malta/Malta, May 2007)


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