Fibonacci Sequence programme delights audience

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The Fibonacci Sequence concert at Buxton’s Pavilion Arts Centre opened with Ervin Schulhoff’s duo for violin and cello played by Daniel Pioro, violin and Benjamin Hughes, cello. This is a lovely, fluid piece with strong gypsy influences. It was played beautifully and very well received.

Kathron Sturrock joined the duo for Tchaikovsky’s piano trio in A major which is dedicated to the memory of Nickolai Rubinstein. Though this work ends with a brief funeral march, the main body of it is glorious and richly varied. It was played with great finesse and the audience loved it