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Francesca Anderegg, violin: Invisible Threads
September 11, 2020 @ 7:30 PM to 7:30 PM @ Online
Post Concert Zoom: 9PM on ZOOM
Violinist Francesca Anderegg joins us virtually “at” WCCMA’s home Union Episcopal Church through the magic of technology. At a time when the challenge of isolation is deeply felt in daily life, music helps us weave “invisible threads” of connection among composers, artists and audiences. For this program, Francesca will weave together music by contemporary and Baroque composers, each one representing a personal vision and unique subject. Gillian Whitehead’s music draws upon the natural landscapes of her native New Zealand, and Bright Silence depicts the “sounds, silences, and ghosts” of the rocky plateau of Central Otago. Missy Mazzoli’s work Dissolve, O My Heart, is a direct, personal response to the enduring power of Bach’s Chaconne. Like all modern solo violin music, the technical demands and musical textures of these pieces pay homage to Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin. The program concludes with Bach’s majestic Partita No. 2 in D minor, with Mazzoli’s work connecting the contemporary and the Baroque.
Francesca Anderegg will join us after the performance on zoom for a post concert chat at 9PM.
This event is presented by West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts. Concert tickets are $25, or $15 for WCCMA members. Scholarship tickets are available for students and those for whom the cost would be a challenge. To request Student or Scholarship Tickets: https://forms.gle/kCQNxrYShgLtkrWUA
July 26th – Danae Doerken, piano: East and West Pianist Danae Doerken joins us “at” Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park from Germany for this groundbreaking concert presented in collaboration with the West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts. You will experience the concert in “Augmented Reality” as though we are all together on the lawn at Aspet. This program features classical works heavily influenced by folk music from East to West by Chopin, Bartok, Schubert, de Falla, and more.
Danae Doerken will join us after the concert at 3:30 on zoom for a post concert chat. This concert will be streamed from your smart phone/smart device of choice through your favorite headphones. Tickets to access the concert and post concert chat will be available starting on Wed July 22nd.