Tuesday, 20 February, 2018
Update
   It has been decided that questions related to portfolios held by the CM will not be taken in session: Michael Lobo   Fire at Driver hill-Vasco, 4 houses gutted with an estimate of ₹10Lakhs loss. Short circuit suspected.   CM's health is improving, don't trust the rumours, Speaker tells the House; House adjourned till tomorrow.   Sudin Dhavalikar to be the leader of the House in absence of CM Parrikar   Budget session likely to be cut short   St Cruz locals say firm ‘no’ to PDA, serve ultimatum   Going green: Goa’s forests show marginal increase   Mega meeting in Panaji on Feb 21   Don’t need tourists who come and cook on roadsides, says Calangute sarpanch   Participants run for fun, family and fitness at Goa’s first famathon   Nuvem p’yat to ask for inclusion of River Sal in wetlands list

On a musical quest

After delighting Goans at the Monte Music Festival recently, ‘Trio Inferno’ returned for yet another delightful performance. BHARATI PAWASKAR catches up with the trio

Story: THE GOAN | 11th February 2018, 05:32 Hrs


The ongoing Sensorium 2018 which is currently on at Sunaparanta-Goa Centre for the Arts, Altinho has seen a melange of interesting art exhibition, film screenings and music acts. The latest musical performance that delighted audiences happened on February 10 and witnessed Trio Inferno from Austria live in action. The trio which comprisess of Marialena Fernandes on the piano; Barna Bánfi, on saxophone and Mareike Jankowski on mezzo soprano performed compositions by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Verdi, Bartok, Piazzolla and popular Spanish, Gypsy and Hungarian folk music. Each of the musicians spoke to The Goan about their love for music   

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