Raves and Reviews
“It’s not often that, what is rather solemnly called ‘classical music’ raises belly laughs in its audience, but that’s what happened when the Northwest Sinfonietta played Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite in the course of its enterprisingly planned program. Credit goes to Christophe Chagnard for the crisply pointed playing he drew from his orchestra, and in particular to Douglas Nierman, who brought an unusual degree of humour to his delivery of the cheeky trombone glissandos in the Vivo movement”.
Music Web International - November 4, 2012,
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