Sensitivity and Incisiveness
Enikö Magyar and Timothy End
launch Derby Chamber Music's new season,
and impress MIKE WHEELER
Well, that ought to send the viola jokes packing. Hungarian violist Enikö Magyar's playing combined sensitivity and incisiveness, and covered every point on the dynamic scale, from whisper to roar [Multi-Faith Centre, Derby University, 16 September 2011]. Her rich, husky sound on the lower strings was particularly satisfying. Timothy End, fresh from the Wigmore Hall Song Competition the week before, where he was joint winner of the Pianist Prize, was her sympathetic partner...
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