Following their first Divine Art album "Enchantment", acclaimed flute and piano duo Ken Smith and Paul Rhodes have recorded a sumptuous disc of romantic music, including the rare and lovely Sonata by Melanie Bonis, one of the few women composers of the late 19th /early 20th centuries, and who was a pupil of César Franck.
“[Smith] has developed a reputation as one of the UK’s best flute players, and it is clear from this recording that he is a consummate musician. This is a wonderful disc, both in terms of the repertoire and the quality of the performance. It is the sort of playing that makes you sit up and listen; the artistry of these musicians is impressive and demands attention. I can;t wait to hear the duo’s next CD, of British music.”