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Then the idea of dreams came to me. Dreams that would take us, unnoticed, to repetitive music, to a procession in Spain, to a jazz cadenza, to an opera, or to the suspended universe of Kurtag. Dreams born from the pages of Boccherini, dreams with their own logic, their own time. Little by little, I began to confuse nights and days, and Boccherini and dreams came together in a very particular light, that of the imperceptible shift from day to night, to become “Cadenza”. Sonia Wieder-Atherton

Sonia Wieder-Atherton, cello

Françoise Rivalland, cymbalum

Amaryllis Billet, violin

Robin Billet, bassoon

Rémi Magnan, double bass

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