For their fourth concert of the season, the esteemed Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle offered readings of four classic works in a program focusing on “tragedy and hope.” Maestro Muti’s 25-year-old son, Niccoló, served as soloist for Vaughan Williams’s "The Lark Ascending." The younger Muti sports an already impressive biography, and his playing demonstrated why: he offers elegance and surety and an incandescent tone quality, along with extremely precise intonation.
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