A Quiet afternoon with Mieko Kanno

I brought my daughter for her first ever violin recital (that wasn’t mine) at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music sometime last month.  The recital was based on violin pieces without accompaniment starting with Bach’s Chaconne. It was played with such sensitivity with the pianos and pianissimos delicately done, yet not altering the constant heartbeatContinue reading “A Quiet afternoon with Mieko Kanno”