bright tide moving between

bright tide moving between is NZTrio’s first outing on Rattle Records, after Spark, its critically acclaimed 2005 debut on Trust. The album signals a maturing artistic focus as NZTrio keeps one foot proudly on the shores of Aotearoa, while taking its listeners on a journey out through the Pacific Rim.

Bright Tide’s thematic focus extends through a richly illustrated package, to provide a sensual aural and visual experience affirming that beauty is easily at home in contemporary classical music, right here, right now.

The album represents a distillation of the experience of some very finely honed live performances of the music, which NZTrio has performed since 2005.

 

bright tide moving between was a finalist for Best Classical Album at the 2008 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

 

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From the press

NZTrio’s innovative programme is as addictive as the youthful energy of its playing from violinist Justine Cormack, cellist Ashley Brown and pianist Sarah Watkins.

Review by: Ian Dando

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Still buzzing from our first concert out of Auckland this year in windy Wellington! We gave the world premier of ‘Kintsugi’ (our latest commission by Salina Fisher) and were dressed by the fabulous Liz Mitchell for the first half of our Chamber Music New Zealand concert. Next up, Rotorua! 🎶
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Salina Fisher describes her new work titled 'Kintsugi' - premiering soon in the InterFusions programme. See nztrio.com/event-directory for concert details.
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