“De la Vega’s lovely clean sound, even phrasing and the airy lightness with which she ran through the registers made the melodies seem tailor-made for the flute. In the cadenza, argpeggiac fancies gave way to teasing recitative-like fragments and trills, while the fast runs were tongued with meticulous exactitude. The flute’s floating cantilena line duetted sweetly with the violins in the ensuing Adagio before the concluding Rondo took off with a spring its step, enhanced by bright, pithy interjections from the horns.
De la Vega’s playing demonstrated an innate stylishness and grace, and a beautifully pure tone, which the string accompaniment complemented with full warm pizzicato and sustained lyricism.”

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