I am excited to announce that I’ll be performing with Amici Music July 9-11 in Asheville, featuring Lea Kibler (flute), Daniel Weiser (piano), Will Beasley (bass), and Justin Watt (percussion). We’ll be performing a program entitled “Jazzical 2,” including fun
I bet Bach played the lute a little bit… just like your mom plays the guitar a little bit. If you’re already a virtuoso player of the organ, harpsichord, violin, viola, voice, and other instruments, you probably wouldn’t want to
Bach’s music transcends any time period, individual performance, or instrumentation. I’m playing Bach on the classical guitar, which isn’t that uncommon these days but the guitar didn’t even exist in the baroque era (at least not in its current form).
Have you ever wondered how classical musicians memorize an entire program of music, and why? Playing from memory can be an awesome experience for the performer and the audience. Personally, I just feel like I’m a little bit more free.
I’ll be honest, I don’t know much about baroque dances. When I got the chance to do baroque dance in college during “Intensive Arts” (the UNCSA version of a J-Term) I didn’t exactly take notes. So far my strategy when
I know, isn’t there enough out there written about J.S. Bach? At the end of last year (2014) I finished reading a fantastic book about the Bach Cello Suites called, The Cello Suites by Eric Siblin. Even if you aren’t