Spring Violin Recital

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Join us online for our April Performance!
sponsored by BY Wound Care Internal Medicine

About a year ago, the Academy canceled a live violin performance as Covid-19 fiercely spread across the world. As we still work our way through this period of social distancing and pandemic precautions, we are happy to share with you a violin recital featuring Jeremy Rhizor with his friends and colleagues Arnie Tanimoto (viola da gamba) and Adam Cockerham (theorbo).

topic: violin, Baroque sonata, instrumental, viola da gamba, viol, theorbo, French, Italian

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Introduction

Sonata No. 2 in D Minor, RV 12
I. Preludio (Largo)
II. Corrente (Allegro)
III. Giga (Allegro)
IV. Gavotta (Presto)
composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741)

Sonata No. 1 in A Major
I. Grave
II. Gai
III. Grave
IV. Musette
composer: Jean-Féry Rebel (1666–1747)

Sonata No. 1 in A Major, RV 12
I. Preludio (Grave)
II. Fuga
III. Adagio
IV. Allegro
composer: Nicola Porpora (1686–1768)

Closing Remarks

Jeremy Rhizor, violin
Arnie Tanimoto, viola da gamba
Adam Cockerham, theorbo

Oliver Weston, video engineer
Spiff Wiegand, sound engineer

Soloist Biography: Jeremy Rhizor is one of the world’s foremost interpreters of the Baroque oratorio repertoire and is the driving force for its revival in the United States. As the founder and artistic director of the Academy of Sacred Drama, Rhizor built an organization inspired by Baroque academies into an institution that champions the performance and research of sacred drama. He is the publisher of the Academy’s Sacred Drama Journal, an open-license general readership magazine about the history, themes, and music of sacred drama. Noted for playing “virtuosically but with fluid grace” by The New York Times, Rhizor will be the guest concertmaster of the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra for a Naxos Records recording in the 2021–2022 season.

For more information, visit jeremyrhizor.com.