Classical music review

Pulse trio showcases living composers in eclectic program


South Florida Classical

Pulse Chamber Music provided an eclectic program highlighting living composers for the Sunday Afternoons of Music concert series at the University of Miami’s Gusman Hall.

Aram Khachaturian’s Trio is a daring piece with which to begin a program. Rather than building on the tenuous sway of the piano’s introduction, the violin and clarinet enter with layered melodies that demand equal attention. The balance achieved between pianist Marina Radiushina, clarinetist Margaret Donaghue Flavin and violinist/violist Scott Flavin showed the impressive cohesion of the group.

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