Yasmin Rowe, Sarah Sew and Tadashi Imai
at London's Wigmore Hall,
heard by BILL NEWMAN
I heard Yasmin Rowe previously at a Keyboard Trust recital, and she bowled me over with her finely controlled playing and performances. She started on the evening of 24 October 2011 with Domenico Scarlatti's Sonata in D minor, K 141. Lovely poised playing, with dexterous turns of phrase, she emulated those Golden Days of the Renaissance in Italy's unrivalled years of musical supremacy. Perhaps, her tone was a trifle bold, but who can decide just how loud it should be in London's most acutely bright-sounding hall...
Copyright © 26 October 2011