JS Bach Chamber Music Hall

JS Bach Chamber Music Hall
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C O N T E N T S:


  • Chamber Music Pittsburgh presents ‘Les Violons du Roy’ with conductor Bernard Labadie and violinist Isabelle Faust in an April 30 concert at Carnegie Music Hall.(More…)
  • The most interesting, and provocative ensemble in town is the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis.(More…)
  • Her recording of Hindemith?s chamber music works with Spectrum Berlin was awarded a special prize by the International Record Review 2009.(More…)
  • The Minnesota Bach Ensemble is a professional chamber orchestra dedicated to performing the music of J.S. Bach.(More…)
  • After intermission, the program was devoted to 19th-century chamber music for strings, featuring guest violinist William Preucil in the principal chair.(More…)
  • Dance and the Music of J. S. Bach : A fascinating book for fans of Bach?s instrumental suites.(More…)


  • I mean, why would anyone in their right mind want to sit at a table with friends, drinking a glass of wine, while the finest chamber musicians in the city play breathtaking music fifteen feet away?(More…)
  • The program, titled Outliers, is a celebration of works written by Sybarite5?s favorite composers mixed with music from the friends they?ve made while traveling the world performing the music they love.(More…)



Chamber Music Pittsburgh presents ‘Les Violons du Roy’ with conductor Bernard Labadie and violinist Isabelle Faust in an April 30 concert at Carnegie Music Hall. [1] Chamber Music Pittsburgh is presenting several upcoming concerts, beginning with Les Violons du Roy at 7:30 p.m. April 30 at Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland with conductor Bernard Labadie and violinist Isabelle Faust. [1]

If we adapt music for particular spaces, can we also adapt existing spaces for music? Zaha Hadid did just that in 2009 with her temporary structure the JS Bach Chamber Music Hall, created for solo performances of the composer?s chamber music masterpieces. [2] Randolph’s Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival closed its 26th season Aug. 25 at Chandler Music Hall with a very traditional program of Beethoven, Dvorak and stretching it a bit with Gideon Klein (1919-1945). [3] Pulp Fiction performed Jeffrey Zeigler, Peter Sanders, Hannah Holman, Chris Finckel (Arrangement: Bernard Amrani) on August 15, 2015 at Chandler Music Hall as part of the Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival. [3] Saturday’s Central Vermont Chamber Festival concert Chandler Music Hall had me babbling by intermission. [3]

The most interesting, and provocative ensemble in town is the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis. [4] Hosted by Chamber Music Pittsburgh and Boom Concepts, BachBoombox III moves through time and musical space, with the audience turning the dial on the boombox from station to station. [1] Beautiful music, expertly played, wonderfully programmed! An intimate venue that provides a chance to really get to know the musicians and hear them up close, the way chamber music was meant to be heard. [4]

Her recent engagements include concerts and recordings in the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, appearances on national TV in Tel Aviv, at the National Concert Hall Taipei, in Hong-Kong, England, Germany, Austria, South America and throughout the U.S. She has recorded solo, concerto and chamber music works for Naxos, Harmonia Mundi, ECM, and New York Philomusica Records. [5] An indication of just how far is its excellent New CD, “Festival Harvest,” a compilation of live performances of works by Mendelssohn, Schnberg and Frank Bridge at the Chandler Music Hall in 2000 and 2004. [3] Unless otherwise listed, our concerts take place at the Chandler Music Hall in Randolph, Vermont. [3]

Artistic Director of Ribadesella Chamber Music Festival (Spain) and Apex Concerts, he is cello professor at the University of Nevada, Reno and is a member of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s CMS Two program. [5] An avid chamber musician, Mr. Atapine has appeared with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and his frequent festival appearances have included [email protected], Chamber Music Northwest, La Musica Sarasota, Nevada Chamber Music Festival, Cactus Pear Music Festival, Pacific Music Festival, Aldeburgh Festival, and Aix-en-Provence Festival. [5] A former member of Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society Two and participant of the Marlboro Music Festival, he is a member of Camera Lucida, Concertante Chamber Players and The Myriad Trio. [5] Dr. Winn has been a solo pianist with the New York City Ballet, a member of the New York New Music Ensemble and of Hexagon, as well as a frequent guest with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the Group for Contemporary Music. [5] Dr. Winn is a member of Argenta, UNR?s resident chamber group, the pianist of the Telluride Chamber Music Festival, and performs regularly in recital with New York based violinist Rolf Schulte. [5] Ruth has been a violinist with the Telluride Chamber Music Festival in Colorado and with the Nevada Chamber Music Festival. [5] From 2001 to 2015 he was executive director of the Reno Chamber Orchestra, and in that capacity, helped found the Nevada Chamber Music Festival. [5] Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival celebrated its 10th year with a co-premiere (a co-commission with three other festivals) of a brilliant work by resident composer David Ludwig at the Elley-Long Center in Colchester. [3] Ruth Lenz?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Heidemarie Rochlin. [5] Robert Levin’s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Barbara and Robert Fox. [5] Jon Kimura Parker?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Jennifer Smith and John Thayer. [5] Rebecca Hang?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Mary and John Tozzi. [5] Scott Faulkner?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by generous gifts from Mary Ann and James Kidder and from Trudy Larson and Ron Luschar. [5] James Winn?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by generous gifts from Kathy and Fred Jakolat and from Kay, Randall, and Marjorie Dean. [5] Mak Grgic?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Jane and James Nichols. [5] Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Lester Cohen. [5] Brian Schuldt?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Judith Strasser. [5] Steven Vanhauwaert?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Gail and Jack McAllister. [5] Martin Chalifour?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Lillian and Steve Frank. [5] Dmitri Atapine?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Pat and Mark MacDonald. [5] Dustin Budish?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from Cecilia Lee. [5] Clive Greensmith?s appearance at the 2018 Nevada Chamber Music Festival is made possible by a generous gift from William Douglass. [5]

In addition to playing in the Nevada Chamber Music Festival, he performs regularly at La Musica Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota (FL). [5] RANDOLPH – Last weekend, two of Vermont’s most important chamber music festivals ended their seasons with programs that couldn’t have been more different. [3] “The Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival has come a long way since it was founded in 1993 by Peter Sanders, a New York cellist who grew up spending his summers in the Randolph area. [3] Both the Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival and Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival have become integral parts of the Vermont music experience. [3] “The Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival has become a welcome tradition in Randolph and the central Vermont area, and Saturday’s impassioned high level illustrates just why.” [3]

He has been the first violin coach of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra for over 25 years and has taught at Emory University, Georgia Tech University, Meadowmount, Encore School for Strings, and Franklin Pond Chamber Music. [5] While in school, Mr. Budish was a founding member of the Mephisto Quartet, which worked with and performed alongside members of the Cavani, Tokyo, Vermeer, and Cleveland Quartets, and received the Russell Award at the Coleman Chamber Music Competition in 2001. [5] He is a former member of Chamber Music Two, a two-year residency program of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. [5] She has performed as first violinist with the Miami String Quartet and has been a guest artist with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. [5] Lin is the first violinist of the Franklin Pond String Quartet and a founding member of the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta. [5] The 42nd season of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society (SCMS) features musical masterpieces from the early 17th century to the early 21st, played on some of the world’s most highly prized musical instruments. [6] Smithsonian Chamber Music Society audiences are privy to the unparalleled opportunity of hearing two magnificent quartets of instruments–one made by Antonio Stradivari, the other by his teacher Nicolò Amati–in this popular three-concert series. [6]

Join new Music Director Gianandrea Noseda, violinist James Ehnes, and the NSO to explore fascinating music created and influenced by J.S. Bach. [7] The heart and mind meet in music by J.S. Bach, Mendelssohn, Unsuk Chin, and a world premiere by Augusta Read Thomas. [8]

Her recording of Hindemith?s chamber music works with Spectrum Berlin was awarded a special prize by the International Record Review 2009. [5] In addition to performing, Dr. Lenz has a passion for teaching and maintains a large studio of violin and chamber music students. [5] He has played chamber music on the violin and viola with Alan Gilbert, the Merling Trio, Robert Spano, and Yo-Yo Ma. [5] Previous posts include Solo Cellist of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra in Germany from 2006-2010, and Professor of Cello and Chamber Music at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music from 2005-2007. [5] Brian was the cellist of the Arcadia String Quartet, which won the grand prize of the 1995 Yellow Springs Chamber Music Competition and the Indiana University Kuttner Quartet Scholarship. [5] In 2016, Chee-Yun performed as a guest artist for the Secretary General at the United Nations in celebration of Korea’s National Foundation Day and the 25th anniversary of South Korea joining the UN. Firmly committed to chamber music, Chee-Yun has toured with Music from Marlboro and appears frequently with Spoleto USA, a project she has been associated with since its inception. [5]

Washington, DC — The Marine Chamber Orchestra will perform the first of its three Summer Series concerts at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, June 23, at Northern Virginia Community College’s Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall in Alexandria, Va., featuring works by Igor Stravinsky and Gustav Holst, as well as Johann Sebastian Bach’s popular Brandenburg Concerto. [9]

All Subscription Series concerts take place in Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland, one of the greatest chamber music venues in the world. [10] To exchange tickets, please call the Chamber Music Pittsburgh office by 3:00 PM on the day of the concert. Ticket exchanges will not be made at the box office on the night of the concert. [10] In the summer of 2010 the ensemble launched its annual Chamber Music Festival. [11] Now in it’s 7th year, the participants have gone on to successes around the world, ranging from winning positions in orchestras, expanding entrepreneurial endeavors, founding their own music educational programs and forming their own chamber music ensembles. [11] The program, set on the campus of Mannes School of Music, brings together young instrumentalists and composers from across North America and beyond, for an intense exploration and performance of traditional and new chamber music compositions. [11] SYBARITE5 has taken audiences by storm all across the U.S., forever changing the perception of chamber music performance. [10] This multi-faceted residency includes in depth collaborations with wind students, the chamber music department, composition majors and the Hyde Park community and will also feature world premieres on the “UC Presents” Series, the presenting arm of the University. [11]

Originally a composition challenge to Bach from the King of Prussia, it is now considered one of the finest pieces of chamber music from the Baroque era. [12] He makes several trips to the U.S. this season, returning to the Dallas Symphony for Brandenburg concerti, guesting with Philharmonia Baroque and Les Violons du Roy, and touring the East Coast with cellist Steven Isserlis playing music by J.S. Bach. [13]

A high-profile concert season of opera, orchestral, and chamber music is augmented by a performance-oriented curriculum that fosters an informed understanding of the many issues unique to period-instrument performance at the level of technical excellence and musical integrity for which Juilliard is renowned. [13] NEW YORK — Richard Egarr, artist in residence in Juilliard Historical Performance, has programmed and prepared “An Evening of Baroque Chamber Music” featuring members of period-instrument ensemble Juilliard415. [13] Members of the OBF Baroque Orchestra bring you chamber music from the era?s foremost family of composers. [12] Founded in 1949 by composer and educator Martha Beck Carragan, Friends of Chamber Music of Troy, New York aims to expand the audience for a full range of chamber music both the known and the new played by world-class musicians and ensembles, many of whom we are introducing to the Capital Region for the first time. [14] Chamber music performed by members of the New York Philharmonic. [15] The partita anchors two concerts Koh will play with pianist Reiko Uchida on Monday at the Boca Raton Museum of Art and Tuesday at The Breakers for the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach. [16] Founded in the spring of 2013, the Chamber Music Society of San Francisco was born out of a collective desire to perform the great chamber music repertoire. [17] “She’s a very probing musician and quite adventuresome in her programming,” said Michael Finn, the chamber music society’s artistic and executive director. [16] She has toured and recorded with conductors John Eliot Gardiner, William Christie, Simon Rattle, Trevor Pinnock, Ton Koopman, Gustav Leonhardt, and Roger Norrington; with viol consorts Les Filles de Sainte Colombe, Fretwork, Phantasm, Hesperion XX, and Parthenia; medieval ensembles including Sequentia and Virelai; and Baroque chamber music with Camerata Kilkenny among others. [13] Debut recital of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival’s Rutkowski & Robinette harpsichord, gift of harpsichordist Paul Wolfe. [15]

The Minnesota Bach Ensemble is a professional chamber orchestra dedicated to performing the music of J.S. Bach. [18] The six cello suites of Johann Sebastian Bach are considered the Baroque composer?s most iconic set of chamber music. [19] A total of 28 musicians participated in the potpourri of chamber music selections, performed before an audience that essentially filled the hall. [20] This past Saturday night the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gala concert at Emerson Concert Hall in Emory University’s Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. [20]

He has also been a frequent guest at the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival, in western North Carolina, for which Ransom is also artistic director. [20] Founded in 1993, Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta was envisioned by pianist Ransom, its founder and artistic director. [20]

Bach Collegium Japan performs frequently in Japan and overseas with the aim of presenting ideal interpretations of Baroque music centring on the religious works of J.S. Bach. [21] Another highlight of the evening to contrast the new music, J.S. Bach cello suite in G major will be performed by late Issac Stern’s prodigy Borislav Strulev, choreographed with a dancer Oscar Hawkins. [22]

After intermission, the program was devoted to 19th-century chamber music for strings, featuring guest violinist William Preucil in the principal chair. [20] Celebrate the rise of the individual and equality of musical voices in Classical chamber music. [23] Emerald City Music kicks off Season 03 with an eclectic array of chamber music duos, exploring the depths of our ability to dream, emote, and find beauty when we gather together. [19] The lineup included (left to right): Elena Cholakova, Laura Ardan, Elizabeth Fayette, Julie Coucheron, Jessica Wu, Helen Hwaya Kim, William Preucil, Sonja Braaten Molloy, Guang Wang, Charae Krueger, William Ransom and Yinzi Kong. (Photos courtesy Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta.) [20] Although its beginnings 25 years ago were of modest scope, today the chamber society can claim to being Atlanta’s largest and most active chamber music organization, its ongoing impact on the city’s chamber music scene and overall cultural life solidly established. [20] This breadth of programming that has developed over the years has contributed valiantly to the society’s primary mission “to create new generations of educated and passionate music lovers” who will continue to cherish and support classical and contemporary chamber music as a continuing, viable art form. [20]

Dance and the Music of J. S. Bach : A fascinating book for fans of Bach?s instrumental suites. [24] Together with Robert Levin, and using original or replica pianos from the early nineteenth century, he has performed and recorded Beethoven?s complete music for cello and piano; and with Richard Egarr he has performed and recorded the viola da gamba sonatas of J.S. Bach as well as sonatas by Handel and Scarlatti. [25] Join us for a night of Town Music that transports us from the hallowed works of J.S. Bach to the electronic masterpieces of Mason Bates. [26] An immersive weekend celebrating the music of English composer Benjamin Britten, anchored by the complete string quartets featuring the Arneis andLydian String Quartets, and highlights of his dramatic vocal chamber music. [27] The contrasting Double reduces the orchestration to a chamber music texture, using just flute and basso continuo in the manner of a sonata. [24]


I mean, why would anyone in their right mind want to sit at a table with friends, drinking a glass of wine, while the finest chamber musicians in the city play breathtaking music fifteen feet away? Stay at home and watch Survivor, Part VI so that I may continue to keep this little musical shangri-la for myself. [4] Join the Colorado Chamber Players in an all-Baroque program as we celebrate different aspects of love, featuring soprano Amanda Balestrieri. [28]

The program features violin concerti and other Johann Sebastian Bach works, including Three Leipzig Chorales; Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor; Violin Concerto in E major; Violin Concerto in A minor; Contrapunctus XIV from “The Art of Fugue”; Concerto for Two Violins, Strings, and Continuo in D minor with Pascale Gigue, violin. [1]

In this concert, new Music Director Gianandrea Noseda, acclaimed violinist James Ehnes, and the NSO explore fascinating music created AND influenced by legendary composer Johann Sebastian Bach. [7] Ya-Fei Chuang has appeared at numerous international festivals, among them the Beethoven Festival (Warsaw), Taipei International Music Festival, European Music Festival (Stuttgart), Bach Festival (Leipzig) Schleswig-Holstein, Ravinia, Sarasota, NCMF, Tanglewood, and the Oregon Bach Festival. [5] Selections will range from music originally composed by Bach, to Bach-inspired arrangements and other works by Berio, Respighi, Marcello, Berg, and Brahms. [7]

NOVA Chamber Music’s eight concerts include works by nine women from six countries, a special focus on music by British composers, and pieces composed in response to armed conflict. [8] He has performed at the Ravinia, Norfolk, and Cactus Pear Music Festivals, and in 2005 was invited to Israel to perform with Maxim Vengerov’s Mozart Project with the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra. [5] Professor of Violin and Viola at the University of Nevada, Reno and member of the Argenta Trio, she is also Artistic Director of Cactus Pear Music Festival, which she founded in 1997 while serving as Concertmaster of the San Antonio Symphony. [5] Experience the artistic mastery of dozens of superb Utah musicians, including internationally renowned violinist William Hagen, Utah Symphony Music Director Thierry Fischer, the Fry Street Quartet, and prominent members of the Utah Symphony. [8]

The Ruhr Piano Festival has released two CDs of her performances there–her May 2007 solo recital (also distributed as a premium by the music magazine “Fono Forum?); and the Mendelssohn G-minor Piano Concerto. [5] When I first heard the album, I had recently heard an excellent performance of Mendelssohn’s A Major String Quintet at Vermont’s justly revered Marlboro Music Festival. [3] He asked the question “does the venue make the music?” From outdoor performances to Opera and arena concerts, he explored how context has pushed musical innovation. [2] The Greek temple epitomised the relationship between music and architecture as it was a building created around musical performance. [2] Places that were not previously associated with music were now places for musical expression, places like bars and clubs, expanding the music-architecture relationship from just cathedrals and concert halls to include a whole new type of architecture. [2] Concerts take place in the newly endowed Nicholas and Eugenia Taubman Hall of Music at the National Museum of American History. [6] The concert hall has become one of the best and most prominent examples of where architecture and music meet. [2] DECLASSIFIED is part concert and part party, where you can experience the National Symphony Orchestra in a more casual setting! Enjoy boundary-breaking music, dynamic multimedia, audience interaction, and pre/post-show activities, with special drinks purchased at the Intermission Bars allowed in the Concert Hall. [7]

Through my series of articles I have explored many examples of the relationship between music and architecture, from churches to music festivals, to the music on a page. [2] The success of a music festival truly relies on the support from its loyal audience. [3] The festival offers pass holders a weeklong immersion in its music with open rehearsals, master classes, discussions and much, much more. [3] Mr. Chalifour is a frequent guest at other music festivals, including the Mainly Mozart Festival in San Diego, the Sarasota Music Festival, and the Ottawa International Music Festival. [5] She has been an Affiliate Artist of Viola at the Moores School of Music at the University of Houston and performs regularly with the Houston Grand Opera orchestra. [5] He also is currently a professor at the University of Southern California?s Thornton School of Music. [5]

The performance was expert and rewarding, particularly the heart-wrenching cello solos in the Lento, played by Sanders in memory of his father, a Columbia University music professor who died earlier this year at 99. [3] Connect with nature through music by Beethoven and Elgar, Joan Tower’s Night Fields, and a choreographed performance of Iranian-American composer Gity Razaz’s Chance Has Spoken. [8] The era of creating music to highlight and celebrate particular buildings came into being with medieval composers like Guillaume Dufay, who composed choral works for the cathedrals of Italy. [2] Music was adapted to these spaces, as ambitious composers created ever more complex works to take advantage of the shape, the materials and the size of a building. [2] Equally devoted to contemporary music, he has recorded a great deal of this repertoire, including the complete piano works of Dutilleux on ECM. Levin?s career as a chamber musician includes long associations with violist Kim Kashkashian and frequent collaborations with his wife Ya-Fei Chuang and with cellist Steven Isserlis. [5] The venerable violinist played with a now seldom-heard warmth and overt expressiveness, showing the decades of experience that gave the work its irresistible joy of music making. (Vermont’s Jaime Laredo represents a similar style, heard last year leading a Brahms sextet at the Colchester festival.) [3] Be entranced by the music that influenced Schoenberg ?s magical Transfigured Night, including works by Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, and Zemlinsky. [8] Artistic Partner and early music expert Jonathan Cohen leads the SPCO in one of Bach?s seminal works – his Saint John Passion. [29]

Welcome to La Jolla Music Society’s 2018-19 Season! This year marks our 50th Anniversary Season, as well as the much-anticipated opening of our new home, The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center. [30] Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, he studied guitar in Zagreb with the revered Ante Cagalj at the Elly Basic Conservatory of Music and obtained his Bachelor?s Degree at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria. [5] “As abstract art forms based on rhythm, proportions and harmony, architecture and music share a clear cultural lineage”. [2] As we entered the 20th century, and with the advent of the machine age, modern composers started to draw other parallels between music and architecture, some even merging music and structure to create more fluid, organic forms. [2] As long as music has been performed, there has been a connection with the environment it is performed in, and beyond that, with architecture. [2] Byrne talks about how the music written for and performed in Gothic cathedrals is perfect for that context. [2]

A native of Reno, after graduating from the Washoe County School District, he went on to study at Oberlin College and the Cleveland Institute with Jeffrey Irvine for which he received his Bachelor of Music degree in viola performance and then received his MM with honors at the New England Conservatory with Martha Katz. [5] He is a faculty member at the Colburn Conservatory of Music and Meadowmount School of Music. [5] Rebecca dedicates much of her time to CMU’s Music School, teaching more than 125 violin students. [5] Ms. Sant’Ambrogio studied with and was the graduate assistant to Donald Weilerstein at The Eastman School of Music, where she received her Master of Music degree. [5] Mr. Greensmith has served on the faculties of the Royal Northern College of Music, Yehudi Menuhin School and San Francisco Conservatory of Music. [5] He came to the U.S. in his teens to matriculate at the Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School. [5]

Composers began branching out and writing for smaller venues as well, which meant they could write music that was more intricate and included more key changes without the risk of huge dissonances, that is a lack of harmony and a harshness to the music. [2] Well-known as a specialist in new music, he has been involved in world premieres and premiere recordings by many renowned composers, including thirteen Pulitzer Prize winners. [5] Enchanting music by British composers Purcell, Britten, Ad, Imogen Holst, and Walton. [8]

NOVA extends a warm welcome to Madeline Adkins, Music Director for our 41st season. [8] The NSO Music Director Chair is generously endowed by Victoria and Roger Sant. [7]

A true Canadian ambassador of music, Mr. Parker has given command performances for Queen Elizabeth II, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Prime Ministers of Canada and Japan. [5] In the 18th century, as more types of performance venues emerged, the fluid music that filled cathedrals became much more textured and rhythmical. [2] In the 20th century, with the introduction of more lively genres of music and the advent of radio, a new dynamic was created between live music, recorded music, and performance venue. [2]

Now musicians were writing and making music specifically for sound systems rather than just for places. [2] The Choral Project and SJCO join forces for a program featuring music that explores where we are and where we wish to be (physically, emotionally, and spiritually). [31] The relationship between music and architecture is not a recent occurrence. [2] At a TED talk in 2010, David Byrne, formerly of band Talking Heads, spoke about how he believes architecture has helped music evolve. [2] Many materials were tested to ensure the architecture wouldn?t take away from the music, and acoustic modelling tested the materials with the form. [2] However a question still remains, is there a truly deep connection between architecture and music, or does the relationship only exist on the surface? I don?t think there is a definitive answer to this question. [2] This past season was a wonderful mix of artists, music and fun! I can’t thank everyone involved enough for making each event memorable. [3] La Jolla Music Society is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization. [30] The expansiveness of Mak Grgic?s repertoire winds its way through a dizzying array of approaches, from music of the Baroque and Renaissance to music of a cinematic nature, ethnic music of his native Balkan Peninsula, and avant-garde and microtonal music. [5]

“Paganiniana,” named for the work of the same name by legendary violinist Nathan Milstein, is a dramatic concerto for solo violin and chamber ensemble (piano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello and percussion). [3] This eight-concert series features several artists and ensembles including the Smithsonian Chamber Players and Smithsonian Consort of Viols. [6]

Mr. Atapine’s multiple awards include top prizes at the Carlos Prieto International, the Florian Ocampo, and the Llanes cello competitions, as well as the Plowman, New England, and the Premio Vittorio Gui chamber competitions. [5] Previously First Assistant Principal Second Violin of The Cleveland Orchestra, Ms. Sant’Ambrogio has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the U.S. as well as in Mexico, Canada, Estonia, Sweden, Ghana, Italy, Peru and Chile. [5]

Orchestral highlights include her tours of the United States with the San Francisco Symphony under Michael Tilson Thomas and Japan with the NHK Symphony, a concert with the Seoul Philharmonic conducted by Myung-Whun Chung that was broadcast on national television, and a benefit for UNESCO with the Orchestra of St. Luke?s at Avery Fisher Hall. [5] Orchestras grew in size in the late 19th century during the late Romantic period, when building technology made it possible to construct larger halls for larger audiences, which meant the scale and complexity of musical works expanded. [2] As a regular member of the Orchestra of St. Luke?s she has performed classical symphonies in Carnegie Hall and rock?n?roll alongside Metallica in Madison Square Garden. [5] She has performed at venues such as the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Schauspielhaus Berlin, the Gewandhaus Leipzig, and Symphony Hall in Boston. [5] He also appeared as a soloist at the National Center of the Performing Arts in Beijing, the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, the Concertgebouw in Brugge, the Great Hall of the Budapest Liszt Conservatory, and the National Philharmonic of Ukraine in Kiev, amongst others. [5] “Hans Scharoun designed what he called “vineyards of people? in his Berlin Philharmonic Hall, and surrounded them with forms which reflected and at the same time dampened the sound.” [2]

It was his belief that the orchestra is only as good as the hall they play in, and because of this, the hall must itself become the perfect instrument. [2] This design has been adopted by architects such as Rafael Moneo and Renzo Piano, and was employed particularly successfully by Frank Gehry in his Disney Hall in Los Angeles. [2] Mr. Vanhauwaert has made his solo debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles performing the world premiere of Fratello by Magnus Lindberg, and he was featured again in the Piano Spheres series at Disney Hall with a daring program consisting of 20th and 21st century etudes for piano, including special commissions by Veronika Krausas and Eric Tanguy. [5] Known for his passionate artistry and engaging stage presence, with multiple solo appearances at the Berlin Philharmonic, London?s South Bank, the Sydney Opera House, and the Beijing Concert Hall, Jon Kimura Parker continues to perform to great acclaim. [5]

Well before the 20th century composers were writing pieces specifically for their desired performance venues, be it palaces, cathedrals or concert halls. [2] Joined by a stellar cast of vocal soloists with chorales sung by The Singers, these performances in the Cathedral of Saint Paul and the acoustically exquisite Ordway Concert Hall are certain to be highlights of the 2018.19 season. [29] NOVA’s Libby Gardner Series consists of six concerts performed in the Libby Gardner Concert Hall at the University of Utah. [8]

The New York Times praised her “fiery spirit” after her Carnegie Recital Hall debut. [5] As a soloist and recitalist, he has appeared on some of the world’s foremost stages, including Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Zankel and Weill halls at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Cultural Center, and the National Auditorium of Spain. [5]

Bryan P. Sherlock will kick off the orchestra?s Summer Series with works by well-known composers Johann Sebastian Bach, Igor Stravinsky, and Gustav Holst, as well as some lesser-known gems by Karl Jenkins and Henryk Gecki. [9] In his second Brandenburg Concerto, Bach wrote for the unconventional solo group of a quartet comprised of flute, oboe, violin, and clarion (the baroque version of a high trumpet). [9] When choosing program selections, he started with Stravinsky’s Concerto in D for String Orchestra and Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F, BWV 1047. [9] The concert’s first half will close with Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2. [9]

A modern player with a “signature sound” and distinctive style of playing, Mark Kosower embodies the concept of the complete musician performing as concerto soloist with symphony orchestras, in solo recitals and with pianist Jee Won Oh, and as a much sought-after chamber musician. [5] Described by Gramophone Magazine as a “violinist who most often takes your breath away” and praised as an “expressive and passionate chamber musician” by the San Antonio Express-News, Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio enjoys a varied performing and recording career as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral leader. [5]

As a soloist, he has appeared with the London Symphony, Royal Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony, English Chamber Orchestra, Mostly Mozart Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic, and the RAI Orchestra of Rome. [5] He has appeared as soloist with the Oak Ridge Symphony, Auburn Symphony, Owensboro Symphony, Eastern Sierra Symphony and the Chamber Orchestra “Cantelli” of Milan, Italy. [5]

As member of the International “Guido Cantelli” Chamber Orchestra in Milan, Italy, she toured throughout Europe and the U.S. before accepting the NEA Rural Residency Grant with the Felici Piano Trio in Mammoth Lakes, CA, in 1998. [5] Ruth Lenz is concertmaster of the Reno Chamber Orchestra, the Reno Philharmonic, and Nevada Opera. [5] Dustin Budish is the Acting Principal Violist of the Reno Chamber Orchestra, where he also serves as Personnel Manager, and Principal Violist of the Reno Philharmonic. [5] Scott Faulkner is principal bassist of the Reno Philharmonic, and acting principal bassist of the Reno Chamber Orchestra. [5]

Saturday, June 23 at 7:30 p.m. – Making his conducting debut with the Marine Chamber Orchestra, Assistant Director Capt. [9] The San JosChamber Orchestra is funded in part by grants from the City of San Jos Office of Cultural Affairs and Silicon Valley Creates in partnership with the County of Santa Clara and the California Arts Council. [31]

The program, titled Outliers, is a celebration of works written by Sybarite5?s favorite composers mixed with music from the friends they?ve made while traveling the world performing the music they love. [10] Witold Lutos?awski?s captivating Concerto for Orchestra combines the acerbic power of traditional Polish folk music with ingenious, pioneering construction. [32] Handel, G.F., Frankfurt Opera Orchestra ? Carl Bamberger – Water Music, Complete ‎ (Reel, 2tr Stereo, 7″ Reel, Album) [33] We want everyone in Los Angeles to have the opportunity to experience great classical music in person by a professional orchestra, think about what that experience means, and pay what makes them happy. [34]

A concert with lots of fun and surprises for music lovers of all ages. [32] Music based on three colourful Russian fairytales are to be heard in this concert with Valerie Gergiev: the bloodthirsty story of The Golden Cockerel set to music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, excerpts from Prokofiev?s humorous and charming ballet Cinderella, and from Stravinsky, his iridescent, energetic Firebird. [32] “The musicians play with tremendous vigor, too, digging into the music. [10] Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, also conducts Leonard Bernstein?s cheeky occasional piece, Divertimento, which – here in Europe at least – is far too rarely heard. [32] It is conducted here by Andris Nelsons, music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Kapellmeister of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig. [32] The Centre for Music project is backed by 2.5 million (about $3.2 million) in funding from the City of London Corporation and spearheaded by the Barbican, London Symphony Orchestra, and Guildhall School of Music & Drama. [35] Diller Scofidio + Renfro were announced this morning to lead the design team for the new Centre for Music in the City of London which will become the permanent home for the London Symphony Orchestra. [35]

Berlin based Artemis Quartet was founded in 1989 at the University of Music Leck and is counted among the foremost worldwide quartet formations today. [10] Since 1997 Imani Winds, the Grammy-nominated wind quintet, has taken a unique path carving out a distinct presence in the classical music world with its dynamic playing, culturally poignant programming, adventurous collaborations, and inspirational outreach programs. [11]

Denk returns frequently to Carnegie Hall and has recently performed with the Chicago Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, and Cleveland Orchestra, as well as on tour with Academy St. Martin in the Fields, and at the Royal Albert Hall this Summer performing Bartok 2 in his return to the BBC Proms. [10] At home, the group has performed in the nation?s major concert venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Disney Hall, to name a few. [11]

The architects will now work in collaboration with UK-based firm Sheppard Robson to develop a concept design that will accommodate a world-class concert hall as well spaces for training, education, discovery, and commercial areas. [35] One of the most spectacular new concert halls in Asia is the National Kaohsiung Center for Arts and Culture in the South of Taiwan. [32]

Recently, a concert-length new work by Imani Winds’ member, Jeff Scott, was written for the group, jazz trio and string quartet entitled The Passion, which musically explores the idea of a fictitious meeting between JS Bach and John Coltrane. 2017 – 2018 will include premieres by Valerie Coleman, Reena Esmail, Nkeiru Okoye, Courtney Bryan and Pulitzer Prize winner Henry Threadgill. [11] Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (November 22, 1710 – July 1, 1784), eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach, was a German composer and musician who was considerably less influential than his younger brother Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach due to his troubled personality and erratic career. [36]

Bach and Beyond was the first of her many projects designed to preserve classical music as a living art form. [16] Bach injected popular culture into his partitas by basing them on dance music, Koh said. [16] Carrying the CMSD?s new December “Holiday Baroque” tradition into its second season, this special ensemble?s extraordinary musicians have appeared in concerts and on recordings with the leading early music ensembles of the world, including Musica Antigua Koln, the English Consort, Boston Camerata and Apollo’s Fire. [37] Since its founding in 2009, Juilliard415, the school?s principal period-instrument ensemble, has made significant contributions to musical life in New York and beyond, bringing major figures in the field of early music to lead performances of both rare and canonical works of the 17th and 18th centuries. [13] The Aston Magna Music Festival, founded by Lee Elman and the late Albert Fuller and now under the musical direction of Daniel Stepner, is America?s oldest annual summer festival devoted to music performed on period instruments. [14] Juilliard415 tours extensively in the U.S. and abroad, with notable appearances at the Boston Early Music Festival, Leipzig Bachfest, and Utrecht Early Music Festival (where Juilliard was the first-ever conservatory in residence). [13] She founded and directed the East Cork Early Music Festival in Ireland in 2003 and was its director through 2009. [13]

Weekend of instrumental and vocal music concerts, including performances on the Giovanni Tamburini organ. [15] We present a series of five concerts each year, building on our tradition of showcasing excellent musicians and exceptional programming at prices that allow a diverse audience to experience this beautiful music. [14]

The Chaconne from Johann Sebastian Bach’s Violin Partita No. 2 in D minor is arguably the greatest piece of music for solo violin ever composed. [16] Established and endowed in 2009 by the generous support of Bruce and Suzie Kovner, the program is open to candidates for the Master of Music, Graduate Diploma, and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees. [13] The Tanglewood Music Center (TMC) is the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer academy for advanced musical study. [38] With its frequent musical collaborator, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, the ensemble has played throughout Italy, Japan, Southeast Asia, the U.K., India, and New Zealand. [13] Well-known through their popular annual concert series in Merkin Concert Hall in New York, the Four Nations Ensemble and its founder, harpsichordist Andrew Appel, have assembled a truly all-star cast of early music specialists especially for the CMSD?s 75th season. [37] Dedicated to bringing these masterworks to diverse audiences, CMS of SF is passionate about concertizing in intimate settings, creating close connections between performers and listeners, and cultivating a relationship between music and audiences that extends far beyond the perimeter of the concert hall. [17]

Juilliard?s full-scholarship Historical Performance program offers comprehensive study and performance of music from the 17th and 18th centuries on period instruments. [13] Richard Egarr has been music director of the Academy of Ancient Music since 2006 and was associate artist of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra from 2011 to 2017. [13] Music inspired by the mysteries of nature – gardens, forests, rivers, willow trees, birds, oceans, stars and the night sky – including works of Fanny Hensel, William Billings, G.F. Handel, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Daniel Elder, Morten Lauridsen and ?rik E?envalds, Howard Hanson, Dominick Argento, Darius Milhaud. [15] Viola da gambist Sarah Cunningham trained at Harvard University, the Longy School of Music, and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. [13] Mr. Egarr trained as a choirboy at York Minster, at Chetham?s School of Music in Manchester, and as organ scholar at Clare College Cambridge. [13]

“For me, what’s interesting is going back and looking at the musicians and the music itself and getting rid of preconceived notions.” [16] She was invited by James Galway to collaborate on his CDs of Bach?s flute music, and toured with him in Europe and throughout the U.S. Her solo recordings were released on ASV and EMI/Virgin Classics, and she has appeared as recitalist from Helsinki to Vancouver. [13]

The programs, which differ for each venue, are a spinoff of her Bach and Beyond project, which traces the connections between Bach’s six partitas and sonatas and subsequent solo violin works. [16] The program in Boca Raton includes two contemporary solo violin works: Missy Mazzoli’s Dissolve, O My Heart, which she was inspired to write after hearing about Koh’s Bach and Beyond project, and Luciano Berio’s Sequenza VIII, composed in 1976. [16]

The work includes musical quotations from Bach, Berlioz, Debussy, Ravel, Webern, Mahler, Strauss, Hindemith, Boulez, Stockhausen, et al. The instrumentation includes electric organ and amplified harpsichord. [15] The special matinee performance is comprised of works from J.S. Bach and four of his astute and talented sons, including the trio sonata from BWV 1079, “The Musical Offering.” [12] Solo harpsichord recital of baroque and modernist repertoire by J.S. Bach, Vincent Persichetti, Domenico Scarlatti, Bela Bartok, and Jean-Philippe Rameau. [15]

One of our most popular summer performances this year features an ensemble of renowned musicians playing sumptuous baroque repertoire, including J. S. BACH?s virtuosic D Minor harpsichord concerto featuring the sensational soloist, Pedja Muzijevic. [39] Together, they will give a Metro Detroit-only performance of five of J.S. Bach?s six Brandenburg Concertos along with the popular Cantata No. 51 for trumpet, soprano and strings. [37]

He has conducted major symphonic orchestras including the London Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw, and Philadelphia Orchestra, has frequently been a guest artist with leading Baroque ensembles including Boston?s Handel and Haydn Society, and regularly gives solo harpsichord recitals at Carnegie Hall and London?s Wigmore Hall, among others. [13] The program on Thursday, November 9, 2017, at 7:30pm in Paul Hall includes Couperin?s Troisie concert in A Major, from Concerts royaux ; Charpentier?s Sonate huit (H. 548); Marais? Suite No. 5 in E Minor, from Pies en trio ; and Rebel?s Les caractes de la danse. [13] All concerts are held in beautiful Kiggins Auditorium in Slocum Hall on the grounds of the Emma Willard School in Troy, New York. [14] The concert entrance to Slocum Hall (the door with handicapped access) faces the interior courtyard. [14]

Kiggins Auditorium in Slocum Hall at the gorgeous Emma Willard School in Troy is both an intimate and acoustically superb setting. [14] On the following day, Friday, November 10, 2017, at 7:30pm in Paul Hall, harpsichordist Richard Egarr joins faculty member and gambist Sarah Cunningham for an all-Bach recital, presented as part of Juilliard?s Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series. [13]

Bach wrote his violin sonatas and partitas over a 17-year period, beginning around 1703. [16] Bach wasn’t considered a great composer during his lifetime. [16]

At The Breakers, Bach’s second partita, which dates from the early 1700s, shares the bill with Leos Janacek’s Sonata for Violin and Piano (1914-15) and Maurice Ravel’s Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2 in G major (1923-27). [16]

The 45th annual Bach Week Festival, with concerts April 27 and 29 in Evanston, Ill., and May 4 in Chicago, will feature new twists on presenting music by the event’s namesake, German Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach. [40] Evanston’s Robert Sullivan, professor of trumpet at Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music, will make his Bach Week Festival debut April 27 in Bach’s cantata “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen,” BWV 51, which demands virtuosic trumpet playing in its opening and closing movements. [40] The 2018 festival is a partnership between the Bach Week Festival and North Park University’s School of Music, Art, and Theatre. [40] “Each season, we go ‘Bach’ to the drawing board to keep the festival fresh while remaining true to our mission,” says Richard Webster, Bach Week’s long-time music director and conductor. [40] Webster performed in and helped organize Evanston’s inaugural Bach Week in 1974 and has been music director since 1975. [40] The work will include movements from various Bach Cello Suites and new movements composed by Balter in response to Bach’s music. [40] In 2010, Suzuki and his ensemble were awarded both a German Record Critics’ Award (Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik) and a Diapason d’Or de l’Année for their recording of Bach motets, which was also honoured in 2011 with a BBC Music Magazine Award. [21] Bach Collegium Japan and Masaaki Suzuki were awarded the 45th Suntory Music Prize in 2014. [21] Music of Arne, J. C. Bach, and Handel, with Teresa Wakim, soprano soloist. [23]

Fresh off an international duo-recital tour with his superstar student Daniil Trifonov and solo appearances with orchestras in Germany and Italy, pianist Sergei Babayan of the Cleveland Institute of Music will return for another installment in his traversal of Bach’s complete single keyboard concertos. [40]

Rarely-heard chamber works by cutting-edge scientist-musicians along with Baroque music inspired by gazing at the sky. [23] This monumental performance – a single work – features Reich?s rarely staged Music for Eighteen Musicians in a wander-through concert experience. [19] He has remained their Music Director ever since, taking them to major venues and festivals in Europe and the USA and building up an outstanding reputation for the expressive refinement and truth of his performances. [21] Born in Kobe, he graduated from the Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music with a degree in composition and organ performance and went on to study harpsichord and organ at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam under Ton Koopman and Piet Kee. [21] Founder and Professor Emeritus of the early music department at the Tokyo University of the Arts, he was on the choral conducting faculty at the Yale School of Music and Yale Institute of Sacred Music from 2009 until 2013, where he remains affiliated as the principal guest conductor of Yale Schola Cantorum. [21]

A mix of new, site-specific music and dance works based on the visual art at Galatea, as well as previously written pieces by living composers. [23] Soprano Monika Krajewska and pianist Natasha Ulyanovsky present a concert of music written by composers from the countries in conflict that represent some of the multifarious aesthetic musical movements of the time including expressionism, neoclassicism, symbolism and cabaret. [23] Music of an earlier era followed, performed by a 16-piece ad hoc brass ensemble organized by euphoniumist Adam Frey specifically for this concert. Divided into three groups, one on stage and two more poised above in the east and west galleries, the ensemble performed antiphonal music by Giovanni Gabrieli and Claudio Monteverdi, as arranged by Arthur Frackenpohl, showing off the sonic space in a celebratory manner. [20] The concert closes with a set of Hindustani inspired music performed by Derek Beckvold and Utsav Lal. [23]

Welcome to Emerald City Music’s third season! This bold lineup of music continues our trend of presenting eclectic music performed by the world’s finest musicians. [19] British cellist Colin Carr returns to the Emerald City Music stages to conclude the season with this spotlight performance. [19] Location: Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music, 27 Garden St. additional information [23] Join us at Wentz Concert Hall in downtown Naperville for NYSO’s concert, “A Night at the Movies” featuring music from Titanic, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Music Man, War Horse, and Les Miserables. [41]

American composer Steve Reich is hailed for his work as a pioneer of the minimalist music movement. [19] Then and There, Here and Now contains music by some of Chanticleer?s favorite composers, from Palestrina and Victoria to Mason Bates and Steven Stucky, lustrous examples of the South American baroque, as well as audience favorite arrangements by Jennings, Shaw and others. [23] Singers and instrumentalists, drawn from the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Emmanuel Music, Trinity Church in Copley Square, and the Church of the Advent joined by the All Saints’ Boys Choir. [23]

Ransom is the Mary L. Emerson Professor of Piano and head of the piano faculty at Emory University and was named one of Musical America ?s 30 Innovators in classical music in late 2016. [20] Music of Bach’s contemporary Georg Philipp Telemann will be heard in the same program. [40] Kaufman Music Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. [22] With Richter on keyboards and electronics and ACME in quintet form, the ensemble will perform music from Richter?s 2010 release, Infra and the HBO series The Leftovers. [23]

Stoppelenburg, who made her Bach Week debut in 2017, performs with the Rembrandt Chamber Players, Boulder Bach Festival, Cincinnati Bach Ensemble, Peoria Bach Festival, and Camerata Amsterdam, among many other collaborations. [40] Bach’s festive church cantata “Gloria in excelsis Deo,” BWV 191, which contains echoes of the Gloria from his monumental Mass in B Minor, will receive its first-ever Bach Week performance at the festival finale May 4 in Chicago – in an unusual staging. [40] Violinist Desir Ruhstrat (center) will be among soloists at Evanston’s 45th annual Bach Week Festival. [40] Kleijn, whom the New York Times calls “a player of formidable expressive gifts,” commissioned the piece for her Bach Week Candlelight Concert solo recital, scheduled for 10 p.m. on April 27. [40] The Minnesota Bach Ensemble proudly announces its 7th season! We have a scintillating season planned with beloved works such as Bach’s Brandenburg No. 2, featuring SPCO trumpet, Lynn Erickson, as well as hidden treasures by Zelenka, Biber, and Marcello. [18] Heavenly works for the season by Palestrina, Bach, Brahms, Barber, Thompson, Lauridsen and favorite carols. [23] Since founding Bach Collegium Japan in 1990, Masaaki Suzuki has established himself as a leading authority on the works of Bach. [21]

Bach?s monumental Art of Fugue, interspersed with short waves of light by 20th-century composers, which bounce off the prism cast by Bach. [23] Features J.C.F. Bach?s rarely performed oratorio Die Kindheit Jesu, along with arias from Christmas cantatas by other Bach family members. [23] Bach Collegium Japan is an ensemble consisting of performers of original instruments and a choir formed in 1990 by Masaaki Suzuki, the internationally renowned and highly reputed Bach performer, organist, harpsichordist, conductor, and musicologist. [21] The New York Times has written, “it would take an iron bar not to be moved by his crispness, sobriety and spiritual vigour.” 2014 marked the triumphant conclusion of Bach Collegium Japan’s epic recording of the complete Church Cantatas initiated in 1995 and comprising fifty-five volumes. [21] In May, we cap off the season with two Bach cantatas and audience favorite, Geminiani’s La follia. [18]

The festival will host its first world premiere of a new work when Chicago Symphony Orchestra cellist Katinka Kleijn performs Marcos Balter’s “Ensuite,” a multi-movement work based on J.S. Bach’s Cello Suites. [40] The ensemble explores other composers of the Baroque and early Classical periods yet always returns to the intense beauty, emotionalism, and inspiration of J.S. Bach. [18] J.S. Bach: Cantata “Gloria in excelsis Deo,” BWV 191, with Bach’s Partita in D Minor, BWV 1004, for unaccompanied violin. [40]

As part of its holiday programming, the orchestra has taken to playing J.S. Bach?s “Brandenburg” Concertos each December. [42] Organist Timothy Albrecht played his own paraphrase of J. S. Bach?s chorale, “O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort” (“O Eternity, thou thunderword”), to kick off the program, emphasizing the presence of the Werner Wortsman Memorial Organ that looms over the hall, rising 36 feet about the stage. [20]

Tenor Bradley Howard sang a group of four lieder from Robert Schumann’s “Dicterliebe” (Op. 48) with Emory Chamber Society?s artistic director and pianist William Ransom accompanying the songs. [20] Aside from the advantages of continuity, the idea of a full-time chamber musician in residence has allowed Emory to take advantage of frequent and flexible programming, including interdisciplinary work and educational outreach, both on and off campus: not only collaborating with the other arts such as dance, theater, literature and visual arts but also the disciplines of science, medicine, history and philosophy. [20]

The finale concert also offers a richly textured, choral tour-de-force: Bach’s motet “Singet dem Herren,” BWV 225, for double choir accompanied by cello, bass violin, and harpsichord. [40] Between the first and second movements, where Bach’s score indicates a break for a sermon, concert-goers will hear violinist Desirée Ruhstrat, a founding member of the Grammy-nominated Lincoln Trio, play Bach’s Partita in D Minor, BWV 1004. [40] Suzuki’s impressive discography on the BIS label, featuring all Bach’s major choral works as well as complete works for harpsichord, has brought him many critical plaudits. [21]

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