The second night of the Third International Festival of Chamber Music Convivium Musicum was marked by a remarkable and very energetic concert of Trio Affekti. The works by Brahms,Eychenne, Defontaine and Hartley sounded with a different and fresh sound. With confidence and perfectly practiced, performers presented the required program with rarely seen / heard lightness. Sara Etelavouri dominated the scene with her bravura and emotive tone and showed the audience, through selected program, almost all possibilities of the violin as an instrument. Fantastic Althea Chan proved that piano in such compositions is not just a backing instrument and Lois Alen Gonzales with his excellent and clean tone, that saxophone is perfect instrument to warm the difference in between the sound of the piano and the violin. The result was different and somewhat softer sound color. These young artists have no limit. In front of them are a great careers and part of that magic was presented to Kragujevac audience.