The Cadenza and Capriccio in Violin Concertos of the High Baroque
Location: Harkness Chapel
CWRU Historical Performance Practice Program graduate recital. Examining intersections between the cadenza and capriccio traditions in violin concerti by Pisendel, Tartini and Locatelli.
- Guillermo Salas-Suárez and Addi Liu, baroque violins
- Maia Hoffman, baroque viola
- Matt Gabriel, baroque cello
- Prof. Peter Bennett, harpsichord
- James Hampson and J.c. Sherman, baroque horns
Historical Performance Practice Program | Students in the CWRU HPP program are part of a small, highly selective, and fully funded experience for advanced students destined for leadership in the early music field. Our degrees provide graduates with a wide range of marketable career-building skills while encouraging creativity and exploration.
Based on the philosophy that outstanding historical performers also need to be excellent historians and researchers, the program combines high-level performance training with rigorous academic study. Students take private lessons with our renowned applied faculty and visiting artists; participate in a wide range of ensembles from Medieval to Romantic; enroll in musicology classes and targeted HPP seminars; and prepare lecture recitals by working closely with a faculty advisor – all with the aim of deepening their understanding of the repertories they perform and their historical contexts.[/vc_column_text]