Domine Concerto at Last Night's Concert

Phenomenal performance of Maestro Domine's Violin concerto in G Major played by virtuoso violinist Ruth Bruegger. Ruth's musicality was unceasing throughout the entire three movements of the concerto. The concerto just kept getting better and better each week. It seemed to keep unfolding like a fairy tale as time went on. Ruth's beautiful tone and original musical ideas seemed to never end. I couldn't help smiling stupidly from ear to ear as I heard each movement of the concerto unfold. It felt as if my heart would stop to listen and then start again with each magical phrase. The Romance in the second movement continued to sweep me off my feet as Ruth played that movement like an aria from one of the most beloved Italian operas. Each movement of the concerto has a unique, magical personality. I pictured the ethereal ghost of Violetta in a Zefferelli version of La Traviata during the Romance. But it's not just the Romance that sings like an aria. The entire concerto is an operatic work of art from beginning to end. I can't wait for a recording of this piece to come out. Ruth makes her instrument sing like an angel. Just perfect for Christmas! The concert tonight was a gift from God.

-Roxanna Cordova

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  • Rose
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    I love music, this my support after divorce. I forgot anything problem when listen to music. My divorce was online here https://onlinedivorcer.com/online-divorce-michigan and it's very hard for me, but thank music so much!

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