J.S. Bach, Partita in C minor BWV 826
Fulmer, “whose fingers brush the sky” (2014)
J.S. Bach, Capriccio on the Departure of a Beloved Brother BWV 992
Joslin, Cadaquésan Landscape (2017)
J.S. Bach, Sarabanda con Partite BWV 990
Hailed by the New York Times for his “enlivening” programming and “refined” pianism, Pedja Mužijević presents the timeless music of Johann Sebastian Bach in conversation with two 21st century works, David Fulmer’s “whose fingers brush the sky” and James Joslin’s Cadequésan Landscape. Context and dialogues abound in this program which encourages us to hear something new, while reassessing something familiar.
This concert is presented in loving memory of our trustee and benefactor Alan Siegel who did so much to support Maverick Concerts and Woodstock, the Colony of the Arts.
Free and Open to the Public