Introducing us to a musically pleasurable afternoon, cellist “Abraham Ross”, delightfully guides us through several remarkable pieces of enchanting musical moments capturing our attention throughout the voyage.
Touching hand to instrument, we begin with “Duet for two Cellos,Op. 36, No. 2, by “Sebastian Lee”, in an enticingly gentle, yet predominantly spirited three-part experience for our listening pleasure. Continuing with one of the greatest masters of the classical genre, “Johann Sebastian Bach” and his “Suite lV in E Flat Major, BWV 1010”, in a solo arena, “Abraham Ross” triumphantly fulfills “Bach’s” original intention of the piece ranging from the vivacious to the solemn. The emotional draw from the work had been fully realized. “Sergei Prokofiev’s Sonata in C Major, Op. 119”, accompanied on the piano by “Soo-Yon Choi”, reminds us of his “Peter and the Wolf” story, with its gradual and most animated instrumental movements, unfolding the tale as told by two instruments in a complimentary exchange of complete musical agreement.
A beautiful pause in time, delivering the grandeur of the masters work through the talents of “Abraham Ross”.