17.12.2011 21.Kislev. 5772 Wajeshew
The Mondrian Piano Trio performs a triplet of Dvorak’s chamber pieces.
‘We decided to build the program of the upcoming concert following a 3-4-5 scheme,” says pianist Ohad Ben-Ari as he takes a break at a Tel Aviv café after a rehearsal. Ben-Ari, the founding member of the Mondrian Piano Trio, is referring to the concert that will take place on Saturday (December 17) at the Einav Center.
“The rationale behind the programming was to perform pieces by one composer [Dvorak] and add a new performer for each piece. Since this is a long and notso-easy program, we thought that the energy that each new performer brought would help the audience keep listening. As for us,” laughs Ben-Ari, “we could have continued and performed a sextet as well.”…