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CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Cancelled: Les Violons du Roy

Sunday, April 26, 2020 3 PM Zankel Hall
Jonathan Cohen by Marco Borggreve, Avi Avital by Uwe Arens
Bach moves us with his emotional power, delights with his irresistible melodies, and fascinates with his intellectual depth—sometimes all at once! Experience this and more when mandolin superstar Avi Avital joins Les Violons du Roy to perform his own arrangements of some of Bach’s finest concertos. Additionally, he dazzles in his setting of an effervescent Vivaldi concerto, originally written for lute. Avital’s 2015 Carnegie Hall performance of Vivaldi’s music was called “nothing short of electric” (The New York Times). Join us for more high-voltage excitement.

Part of: Baroque Unlimited

Performers

Les Violons du Roy
Jonathan Cohen, Music Director and Conductor
Avi Avital, Mandolin

Program

VIVALDI Concerto in C Major for Mandolin, Strings, and Continuo, RV 425

BACH Selections from The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080
·· Contrapunctus I
·· Contrapunctus IV
·· Contrapunctus VII
·· Contrapunctus IX
·· Contrapunctus XIV

BACH Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041 (arr. for solo mandolin by Avi Avital)

VIVALDI Concerto in D Major for Lute, Strings, and Continuo, RV 93 (arr. for solo mandolin by Avi Avital)

VIVALDI Concerto in G Minor for Two Violins and Cello, RV 578

BACH Keyboard Concerto in D Minor, BWV 1052 (transcr. for solo mandolin by Avi Avital)

Pre-Concert Talk

Pre-concert talk at 2 PM: Music Director Jonathan Cohen and mandolinist Avi Avital in conversation with Benjamin Sosland, Assistant Dean for the Kovner Fellowships and Administrative Director of Juilliard Historical Performance, The Juilliard School.
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