Trio Valtorna concert gives brass its due

Concert Review by Joseph Dalton

"I've always loved John [Harbison's] music because it has a wonderful combination of the cerebral and the emotional," [David] Jolley said. "I've heard him talk about the Trio over the years and he says it's like an intimate conversation with an undercurrent of sadness.'

"Of course, Jolley wouldn't be such a booster of the piece is it weren't fluent and flattering for the horn." Continue Reading

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