by Riccardo Barone
The sparkling elegance of the London Klezmer Quartet appeared on the stage of the Prospect Town Hall as an ancient vision of folk european village dances mixed up with a raffinato urban American jazz.
How evident is the terrific compact sound of the Quartet, from the best possible attention to the global dynamics till the personal satisfaction of little solos.
Four amazing musicians that introduce each song speaking one per time giving to the audience the opportunity to know them better. Once the connection has been established everyone is ready to enjoy this gorgeous travel with an eye kept on Jewish eastern Europe music.
From instrumental to vocal music, the Quartet even shows choral abilities tuning some precious Jewish songs as well as some songs by the energetic voice of the contrabass player sliding from virtuoso pieces focused on the brilliant clarinet performance to the classy elegant one reserved to the accordion.
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