The evening of the 5th exhibited performances of harp duo, string quartet, wind quintet, as well as piano quintet.
The Prélude, Fugue, and Variation for Two Harps were ever enchanting and beautiful.
Haydn`s Op. 76 no. 1 string quartet was performed with great coherence, a pleasure to see the players thoroughly enjoying themselves, smiles beaming at each other.
Quirky and entertaining, the Françaix Quintet no. 1 was a great piece to listen for dialogue between instruments, especially so with the line of repeated notes continued throughout the first movement.
The Brahms piano quintet was executed with driving vigour, a spectacular piece with a very intensive third movement (y) .
[ Sophie Rusnock | Scott, Sophie – Franck, Prélude, Fugue, and Variation - for Two Harps | Scott Ross-Molyneux | Hanna, Naomi, Calvin, Kitty – Haydn, String Quartet Op. 76 no. 1 | Hanna Williamson | Naomi Dumas | Calvin Yang | Kitty Chan | Hanna, Naomi | Lara Deutsch, Laurence Neill-Poirier, Emily Lair, Bianca Chambul, Hugo Lee – Françaix, Quintet no. 1 | Laurence Neill-Poirier | Lara Deutsch | Jay, Erin, Ria, Jaeyoung, Ellis – Brahms, Piano Quintet Op. 34 | Jay Park | Ellis Yuen-Rapati | Erin Burkholder | Jaeyoung Chong | Ria Kim ]