首張專輯”Wooontaful “ 發表會@Garden91 草山玉溪
The audiences absolutely LOVE "Sounds of Taiwan." Watch their feedback!
★★★★ The Scotsman
Amazing range of tones & expression...The musicians work superbly together'
A refreshing amalgam of east and west...The three musicians work superbly together, supporting and interacting with apparent ease, and while there’s plenty of heat, as their improvisations build in intensity, the essential melodies are very clear"
Musicians Hugues Vincent, Ryohei Kanemitsu and Chang Chin Lo – known collectively as the Wooonta Trio – are a real find. The show’s title, Sounds Of Taiwan, is based more on the fact that’s where the three men met, rather than the work they play. Vincent hails from France, Kanemitsu from Japan and Chin Lo from Taiwan, each bringing a flavour of their homeland to the table. That said, their repertoire extends even further, with flavours of Eastern Europe also in the mix. Personable and friendly, the three men introduce each work before proving themselves true masters of their chosen instruments of sitar (Kanemitsu, who trained in India), cello (Vincent, a real driving force) and the Chinese erhu (Chin Lo, who produces more depth of emotion than seems possible from a two-stringed fiddle). A truly sumptuous hour of sound.