August 2017: Japan Society of Victoria interview

April 2017: Rehearsal Magazine interview 

"The most dedicated audience members stayed on for a precious event: Aura Go and Tomoe Kawabata’s late-night performance of Messiaen’s Visions de l’Amen for two pianos. [...] Go and Kawabata’s performance was positively ecstatic. Locked on to each other’s gaze across the bodies of the two grand pianos, sweat dripping onto the keyboards, each movement was a masterful, sensitive interpretation of Messiaen’s understanding of the polyvalent “Amen”. Returning to this work composed shortly after the Second World War, at the dawn of the experiments in form, rhythm, pitch, and timbre we call “contemporary music,” was the perfect nightcap for a thrilling festival." - Full review on Partial Durations, May 2016

May 2016: CutCommon interview about Messiaen's Visions de l'amen

"These two young pianists were positively riveting in a work that offered huge rewards for the listener. [...] profoundly moving, subtle and often exuberant interpretation of another Messiaen masterpiece." - Full review from Classic Melbourne, May 2016

 
 
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