AUSTA Stringendo: BAROQUESWING VOL. II review by students
Charl Du Plessis Trio first formed in 2006 has performed in a great variety of styles including classical, jazz and rock.
The Trio consists of Charl du Plessis as pianist, Hugo Radyn on drums, and Werner Spies is the trio’s bassist. Baroqueswing is the Trio’s sixth and most recent album, featuring arrangements based on works by Bach, Gluck, Vivaldi and Handel.
As the album name suggests, these brilliant arrangements are of the jazz kind. The whole album lasts for about seventy-four minutes, and is very attractively packaged.
I highly recommend this unique Trio’s diverse and creative playing for those jazz lovers out there.
Article's source: Stringendo, Students Reviews, April 2017, Australia by Joshua Smith
(16 yo) has played violin for nine years and was recently awarded High Distinction in his Grade 7 AMEB exam. He won his Yr 8/9 solo and Yr 8/9 string duet sections at the 2015 Toowoomba Eisteddfod. Joshua performs in various charity concerts and stage productions locally and teaches three students.
In his spare time he enjoys bicycle riding, running and basketball. He was recently a recipient of the Australian Defence Force Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award.
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Folk, popular & jazz
Georg Friedrich Händel
Johann Sebastian Bach
Releases 2015 - 2017
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His website: www.charlduplessis.com