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- The Transfiguration of Caroline Goulding
Critical Praise“[Goulding] was cool and focused as she walked out in a drop-dead red gown with her centuries-old Amati violin. Her performance of Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5 was clear and captivating. She wears the music well, sort of the way she wears the gown. She seems born to it, comfortable with it. Nothing seems strained. She sailed through the first movement, the sound from the Amati delicate but assertive. The slow movement sang, brimming with bittersweet Mozartean romance. As the fiery “Turkish” interlude began, it was as if Goulding took on a new personality. She played up the contrast so nicely. Low-key though the ending is, much of the hall gave her a standing ovation. Goulding is still only 17. It will be fascinating to see what awaits this girl in the future.” –The Buffalo News