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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