September 23 & 24, 2017

Bach & Vivaldi: Imitation

With cello soloist Steuart Pincombe

Steuart Pincombe–”gorgeous player [with] perfect intonation, imaginative phrasing” (Philadelphia Inquirer) Photo credit: Ryan West

Join us in this exploration of fugues and imitation from Bach and Vivaldi–two masters of the Baroque! Fugues are created when a musical line is introduced by one voice and then repeated with slight variations by any number of other voices. It’s always an amazing experience for audiences to hear and see how the different voices interact! Vivaldi has simplicity and Bach the complexity, but both play the fugue game with equal vigor! 

 

Madison Bach Musicians is thrilled to have cellist Steuart Pincombe returning for this season’s opening concert. Steuart can be heard in concert venues across Europe and quite possibly around the corner in your local brewery or cafe. Wherever he performs, Steuart aims to engage with his audience through creative presentations of the classical repertoire. Don’t miss this spectacular season opener! 

 

Saturday, September 23, 2017
6:45 pm lecture, 7:30 pm concert
First Unitarian Society of Madison–Atrium Auditorium

Sunday, September 24, 2017
2:45 pm lecture, 3:30 pm concert
Holy Wisdom Monastery in Middleton

 

First Unitarian Society of Madison beautiful Atrium Auditorium offering lively acoustics on University Bay Drive.

Holy Wisdom Monastery – an environmentally friendly building set in a magnificent prairie on the north side of Lake Mendota on County M.