New York, New York
Early Music Skills & Interests
Clavichord, Conductor, Fortepiano, Harpsichord, Organ, Other Keyboard
Early Music Affiliations
Dylan Sauerwald is a distinctive historical keyboardist and conductor, known for his inventive continuo playing and passion for underperformed works of the baroque. He is featured on harpsichord, organ and lautenwerck on the world premiere recording of David Funck's Stricturae Viola di Gambicae (New Focus recordings), on fortepiano in the Handel & Haydn Society's latest recording of Haydn's orchestral music (Coro records), and as harpsichord soloist in Unitas Ensemble's upcoming release of Manuel de Falla's Retablo del Maese Pedro. His harpsichord playing is featured in the BBC historical drama Poldark. Dylan has a special interest in baroque opera; he has been music director of critically acclaimed staged productions for Helios Early Opera, Ensemble Musica Humana, Ensemble la Félicité and the Cantanti Project. He directs Polyphemus, an early music series in lower Manhattan, and can be heard performing with with the Handel & Haydn Society, Emmanuel Music, TENET and others. He holds degrees from McGill and Boston University.
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