The violin and piano duo formed by Canadian Kai Gleusteen, concertino of the Symphony Orchestra of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, and French pianist Catherine Ordronneau returned to the Cervera Autumn Concert Series, Sunday 7 November.


This time, and after the pandemic and a shoulder operation by the violinist that forced the concert to be postponed repeatedly, they proposed a recital as intense as the breadth of the repertoire.
This included a Mozart sonata, l’inquietant I learned a reading from Dante de Liszt -una partitura inspirada a partir de la Divina Comèdia de Dante-, la primera sonata de Prokòfiev i el Sonetí de la Rosada de Toldrà. A recital that led us from Mozart's vital sonata, going from hell to heaven with Liszt, before capturing the intense musical conception of the Russian composer and ending with a smile for the fresh music of the Catalan composer.
A high-level recital to which we are accustomed to the duet and which filled the Municipal Auditorium.

On the other hand, the same day the students of the conservatory Queralt Solé - clarinet- and Aran Sala -accordion- from col·work with the Segarra Hiking Center (THOSE) in the musical pairing and Toni Nadal Memorial hiker, which this year consisted of a walk of 16 km with a musical stop at the church of Sant Pere dels Arquells.

Information and image provided by Santi Riu (Friends of Music Association)