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Be moved by the unearthed works of the musical greats
Trio Anima Mundi (TAM) performed their third and final concert, of their 2019 Concert Series, during October. It is part of their twelfth subscription series, entitled 'Three's Company', which is also the title of the final concert in the series.
After attending their second show, some months ago, I was especially looking forward to yet another musical treat for the ears. It certainly didn't disappoint. This show honoured the stunning works of child prodigy Camille Saint-Saens (1835 - 1921) and the spectacular Ludwig van Beethoven (1779 - 1827) - playing four movements from each talent.
International award-winning TAM is regarding as one of Australia's best-known chamber groups. The trio is made up of pianist (Kenji Fujimura), violinist (Rochelle Ughetti), and cellist (Noella Yan). The group has become renowned for the unearthing and performing of forgotten works, labelled the 'Piano Trio Archaeology', and playing them alongside masterpieces of the piano trio genre.
Held within the barn gallery of the enchanting Montsalvat, in Eltham, and with the option of purchasing a glass of champagne and some nibbles, while wandering around and appreciating the artwork, this certainly ensured a lovely afternoon.