Join core musicians Nicholas DiEugenio and Jeffrey Grossman for an intimate recital centered around the violin and its Italian roots. Program works by Giovanni Battista Somis, George Frideric Handel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Domenico Scarlatti, and others
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Directors Daniel Lee and Jeffrey Grossman are joined by a special guest to explore Bach’s violin and harpsichord sonatas in physical movement. Dance was a central part of culture in the baroque, from the courts to the home. While most of the music the Sebastians perform was not intended for actual baroque dancing, there’s no …
In this tribute to the famous Vingt-quatre Violons du Roy at the height of its powers, the Sebastians juxtaposes Bach’s Overture in the French Style with music for the famous orchestra. Performers Violons, Hautes-contres, Tailles, Quintes Nicholas DiEugenio Aniela Eddy Dan Elyar Annie Garlid Adrienne Hyde Peter Kupfer Seula Lee Daniel Lee Francis Liu …
The Sebastians perform Bach’s “little” Mass in G major, BWV 236, in a one-per-part performance much as Bach might have intended it. Between the movements of the mass, we will include works by Bach’s contemporaries, also simulating the way the movements of the mass would have been separated by parts of the church service.
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