New on takt1: Batiashvili and friends from Elmau
Lisa Batiashvili, François Leleux, Lawrence Power, Sebastian Klinger, Matthew McDonald and Nino Gvetadze from the idyllic venue of Schloss Elmau.
Lisa Batiashvili © Chris Singer
Carefree chamber music in the perfect idyll of Schloss Elmau. The ensemble around Lisa Batiashvili (François Leleux: Oboe, Lawrence Power: Viola, Sebastian Klinger: Cello, Matthew McDonald: Double Bass and Nino Gvetadze: Piano) is a stroke of luck for every concert.
The musicians are not only connected by a long friendship and music-making, but also by their ability to always appear wide awake and free. Every note is full of colorful details, full of life, precision and euphoria. Schubert’s famous “Trout Quintet” will benefit from this. And when François Leleux plays the oboe, every kind of music will sound close and exceptional.
Recording location Schloss Elmau
Recording date 22 June 2020
Production year 2020
Production Company takt1
Coproduction Company sone media
Director Simeon Klein
Sound Engineer Jens Schünemann
Original title of music work Klavierquintett A-Dur D 667, “Forellenquintett”
Composer Franz Schubert
Original title of music work Morceau de Salon op. 228
Composer Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda
Soloist Lisa Batiashvili
Soloist François Leleux
Soloist Lawrence Power
Soloist Sebastian Klinger
Soloist Matthew McDonald
Soloist Nino Gvetadze
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