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The show from Tuesday evening- the 9th of February 2016
We wanted to conquer new territories. We liked this sextet so much and we have two bestfriends who like music as well, that I said it would be best to do something together, something by Tchaikovsky. The quartet was a little extra in this programme.
The evolution of these four musicians who form the Virtuoso Quartet and of their guests -the cellist Eduard Zecheru and the violist Laura Zecheru- was appreciated by the audience who gave them a prolonged round of applause, an audience who they found themselves in:
'I'm glad that tonight I've been a part of the show of these six instrumentalists. They pulled a great Tchaikovsky tonight which I was impressed most.'
'It sounded really well. You could tell they are true professionals.'
Venera Teodorescu: I had the honour to be present in the room where the Virtuoso Quartet had their first appearance. Therefore, I had the chance to see their evolution, to observe the extraordinary progress this group has made; they are now a mature group with a perfectly bound sonority as a whole. Furthermore, the rare programme which I've listened in our auditorium, the Tchaikovsky sextet, had tension, rafinement and a perfect timing. It was a joy, an enchantment.
Translated by Matei Denisa
MTTLC, University of Bucharest