Wedding season is right around the corner and so, it is time to dust off a few ceremony favorites! Here are a couple rough recordings from our rehearsal last week. Perfect Pachelbel Canon
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Lenten Concert Alert! St. Stephen’s on the Green, Middlebury, VT March 28, 2019 at 12:15 pm Works of J. S. Bach Emily Sunderman, violinist George Matthew Jr. organist Sonata No. 1 in G Minor (Adagio, Fuga, Presto) BWV 1001 Toccata in E BWV 566 Air and Gavotte from Orchestral Suite II BWV 1068 Violinist Emily Sunderman
The Spring Hinesburg Artist Series Concert will be splendid! The program includes Handel Messiah and Rutter Feel the Spirit with soloist Becky Bass, vocalist, and steel drummer! March 24, 2019 at 4:30 at Saint Jude’s in Hinesburg! Come see me! I’ll be in the orchestra! https://www.hinesburgartistseries.org
This week’s group class is titled “Bach Day” as the class is the same day as the Middlebury Bach Festival at Middlebury College. (I’m thrilled to be playing viola in the festival performance of the Bach Brandenburg 3!) At our Bach Day class, we will be playing all of the Bach pieces we know in
The Middlebury Chamber Music Festival returns for its fifth year in Middlebury, Vermont from June 28-30, 2019. This year’s festival will be an intimate quartet workshop for adult amateur string players and pianists taught by visiting artists, Miho Zaitsu (cello), Jonathan Weber (violin and viola), Marc Ramirez (violin and viola) and Olivia Hajioff (violin and
The Addison String Quartet will be offering a short lunchtime program as part of the Saint Stephen’s Advent Concert Series on November 29, 2018, from 12:15-1:00 PM. Saint Stephen’s Church, Main Street, Middlebury, VT. Free. Program Mozart k. 387 Quartet in G major Addison String Quartet Emily Sunderman, Carol Harden, Joy Pile, and Tom Dunne
Tomorrow’s prelude at Saint Stephens will be Beethoven’s Wo027 duet in C Major performed by Emily Sunderman (violin) and Gareth Cordery (cello). This composition was originally scored for Clarinet and Bassoon and published in 1810. There are a dozen arrangements for various instruments now on imslp. Some scholars dispute that Beethoven wrote the piece,
Please come! Movements from Bach Unaccompanied Sonatas and Partitas for the New Light Service – Sunday, October 14 at 4PM at the UCC / Congregational church in Middlebury. VT. Prelude: Bach D Minor Sonata (S. 1004) Allemanda, Corrente, maybe the Sarabanda too if I play fast. Offering: Bach B Minor Partita (S. 1002) Double Postlude:
An amazing night at the Paramount Theater performing as the only violinist in a production of Candid by Leonard Bernstein under the baton of the most wonderful conductor, Bear Irwin.