Augustin Dumay, violin Nathanael Gouin, piano Elina Buksha, violin Vladyslava Luchenko, violin Miguel da Silva, Natania Hoffman, cello

An NCPA Presentation

Augustin Dumay is considered the leading living exponent of the Franco-Belgian violin school.The Chausson concert Op. 21 was first performed by his predecessor Eugene Ysaÿe and he is joined here by Nathanael Gouin, a young pianist who is embarking on an important career.
Miguel da Silva is one of the most important violists in Europe today and is in great demand as a performer and teacher. Elina Buksha
and Vladyslava Luchenko are both artistes in residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Brussels, where they work closely with Dumay.
Natania Hoffman has already won many accolades as a young cellist and is currently working with Gary Hoffman at the Queen Elisabeth
Music Chapel.

Schubert: String trio D 471
Brahms: Piano quartet No. 3 Op. 60
Chausson: Concert Op. 21