Schubert’s compositions, at the edge of classicism and romanticism, charm us with their lyrical flights of fancy and poignant colours.
Schubert lived at the very dawn of the Romantic era. His music is refined, sometimes virtuosic and passionate, but always moving and very lyrical. He was a brilliant melodist, as can be perceived in the poignant Notturno, in which the sounds of the violin and cello intertwine in a profound love song. As for his Trio n° 2, it is an immense and brilliant work composed a few months before his death at the age of 31.
From the moment they entered the music scene in 1998, the Quebec press said of the Trio Fibonacci that when you hear them, you enter the realm of miracles (lorsqu’on les entend, on entre dans le domaine du miracle — Le Devoir). The Trio, meanwhile, entered the field of rigor and study with the greatest masters, such as Menahem Pressler (Beaux Arts Trio) and the Alban Berg Quartet.
Trio Fibonacci enjoys a brilliant international career, touring Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Japan, the United States as well as several European countries and South Africa.
Tickets available at the Pierrefonds-Roxboro Borough box office, or by phone at (438) 354-1392