Private performance while serving as Artist Faculty at Bennington Chamber Music Conference. Greenwall, Auditorium, Bennington College, Vermont 10:30pm
The work is certainly changing, literally under my own hands. Allemande, Corrente, Sarabande, Gigue, Chaccone: deep within that one continuous flow of thoughts and feelings some core element is starting to emerge, beginning to come to my awareness. Look to this page for more on this in the next months.
Bach’s 3 and 4 independent voices are starting to emerge more clearly and simply through my bow; that’s great, makes me think of being able to more easily apply that bow technique to the three Fugues.
Thank you to my friends and colleagues for sharing this late night Passage after a long day and week of work.
Tonite, 10:30 pm in Greenwall Auditorium on the campus of Bennington College.
I am very excited to be playing for one of my dear creative colleagues next Monday. Since the last Chaconne (#25, 12/28/2014) I have been focussed on moving my residence, and have allowed the Bach to lie fallow through the deep winter.
Now it is Spring, and I am coming back to the Bach after these few months’ hiatus; I am finding a new level of understanding, particularly in terms of tempo and rhythmic organization, choosing to explore specific influence from two great Maestros with whom I have worked at the MET for many years. More on that later!
in memory of my friend Lev Gogish. White Plains, NY
Greene Gallery, on the Guilford Green – Guilford, Connecticut
5 PM – $15 admission to benefit Guilford Better Chance
RSVP 29 Whitfield St, Guilford, CT 06437