Mark Gresham | 22 JUL 2020
Number 9 in a series of audio and video presentations curated by EarRelevant’s publisher and principal writer Mark Gresham as part of his “Composer’s Notebook.” Beginning with this episode, we depart from the music of our composer-writers to begin bringing you performances by notable musicians and events with strong musical connections to Atlanta. In this instance, we turn to two of Atlanta’s favorite musicians, siblings David and Julie, Coucheron for inspiration, seen and heard in the video below with cellist Efe Baltacigil in a 2016 performance at their Kon-Tiki Chamber music Festival in Oslo, Norway, about 140 kilometers from their hometown of Nesodden.
Johannes Brahms: Piano trio No. 3 in C minor Op. 101
Violinist David Coucheron , cellist Efe Baltacigil and pianist Julie Coucheron videotaped in performance at the Maritime Museum in Oslo, Norway as part of the Kon Tiki Chamber Music Festival August 22nd – 26th, 2016.
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Read more about the Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival in our June 18, 2019 article, Kon-Tiki Festival brings chamber music to an historic seafaring setting, which includes an audio interview of Julie Coucheron by EarRelevant’s John Lemley.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this summer’s Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival has been postponed until 2021. Visit the Festival’s website for more information. ■