Orchestral Concert for Peace at the Musikverein Graz

Sound Adventures Then and Now: Contemporary Works from Ukraine, Avant-Garde from 1830, and a Grand Cellist at the Musikverein.

The encore was almost the best part: Harriet Krijgh interpreted the Sarabande from Bach’s
Cello Suite No. 1 as an elegantly contemplative piece born from silence. Krijgh also had a high-quality performance in Camille Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1. Free from sentimentality and precise, lean and emphatic, the Dutchwoman unfolded its sound cosmos.

Martin Gasser
Kleine Zeitung Graz