Tag: chamber orchestra
A Series of Concerts featuring music for the cello by Johann Sebastian Bach.
The Six Unaccompanied Suites and Three Sonatas were composed during J.S. Bach’s middle period. Largely ignored for years after Bach’s death, these works have become the foundation of the cello repertoire- the summation of cello technique and expression. This is a great way to hear what really constitutes “the Bible” to the world of cello and an inspiration to all who love music.
Mallarmé 2009-10 concert series is designed to appeal to lovers of all kinds of music and styles; from Baroque to Jazz, there is something for everyone!
Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle has a clear musical and educational mission. Foremost is the presentation of high-quality orchestra performances of exceptional music, including works rarely performed.
“Chu-Fang brings astonishing skill and versatility to her performances,” says Lorenzo Muti, artistic director and conductor of The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. “She pours her soul into each piece, and we are eager to have her perform with us.”
In 1999, young virtuosos from different cultures gathered around a musical score for their fondness for chamber music. The specific sonority of the Brussels Chamber Orchestra, as well as an extremely profound stylistic research is the result of this union. Indeed, this group brings together six nationalities, each individual bringing their own country’s cultural sensitivity, forging a fabulous covenant between Asian discipline and European fantasy.