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Piano trio’s rapport shines through in Ardrishaig

WHILE Ardrishaig might not be considered as a hub of Scottish cultural enlightenment, the village plays host to some first-class music ensembles.

Last Saturday it was the turn of the Da Vinci Piano Trio to entertain, thanks once again to the efforts of Mid Argyll Arts Association and Argyll and Bute Concert Tours.

The Da Vinci Piano Trio, with founder members Anthony Moffat (violin), Robert Irvine (cello) and with pianist Mario Montore, is Scotland’s most distinguished and acclaimed piano trio, with a vast repertoire. For Saturday’s concert they put together a beautifully balanced programme with three very different works of the genre, starting with Haydn’s probably best known trio, the Gypsy Rondo, so called because of the final Rondo with its references to Hungarian gypsy music.

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