Notes & Reviews:
Vivaldi and Piazzolla: so far, so close. They absorb the physical distances; they break through the horizon, acting in a complementary manner. In the twin Seasons, the story rises to metaphysics, then the path is reversed. The Italian composer enters into the forms, going through them with sovereign freedom to get to the heart of light; the Argentine author catches his structures from the darkness of the soul, he shapes them, he rebuild them. The four members of this Italian ensemble know their chapter is an important one, but not the final word. The story is beautiful because it is not over.