… for example, what may be a previously unknown — and enormously challenging — Vivaldi violin concerto, found in Dresden.
Tag Archives: violin
Busy Busy Busy
Apologies for the dearth of posting. Here’s one thing I’ve been working on recently; if you like vintage electronica, virtuoso drumming, or Joan LaBarbara, you are especially urged to click on the linky goodness. And if you like Piazzolla or tangos in general, check this out.
The Podcast: Miranda Cuckson
Violinist Miranda Cuckson took some time recently to talk to us about her interest in new music, her artistic collaboration with composer Michael Hersch, and the experience of preparing and performing contemporary works for concert and the recording studio. You can find out more about Miranda here, and information on The Wreckage of Flowers, recently released on CD by Musical Concepts, here.
Miranda Cuckson: The Synaphai Podcast (14:09, mp3, 20.4Mb)
ATOS Trio @ The New School
Rachmaninoff: “Trio élégiaque” No. 1 in g minor
Dvorák: Piano Trio in g minor, Op. 26
Beethoven: Piano Trio in B-flat Major “Archduke”, Op. 97
Annette von Hehn, violin / Stefan Heinemeyer, cello / Thomas Hoppe, piano
Tishman Auditorium, The New School, New York City
Sunday, April 10, 2011
After starting their American tour in Washington D.C. at the Kennedy Center on April 7, the ATOS Trio came to New York to play two different programs on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.
Rachel Rocks the House (okay, the barge)
Rachel Barton Pine brought both her daring approach to programming and dynamic artistic personality to a demanding program of solo violin music last night at Bargemusic.
World Premiere, Free Admission — What’s Not to Like?
Barnes & Noble isn’t a venue one expects a world-class violinist (in this case, Rachel Barton Pine) to premiere a work, but that was exactly what happened last night.
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You could use a little bit of inspiration, and Vivien Schweitzer’s profile of violinist Augustin Hadelich in tomorrow’s NY Times will provide an excellent source. My sources tell me that his debut CD from Avie is impressive indeed, and once I snag up a copy I’ll put my two cents in…