Bach Violin Partita & Ysaye Sonatas
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Violinist Eric Simpson perform Violin solo of works by Bach and Eugene Ysaÿe. About this Event Program:
J.S. Bach | Partita No. 2
J.S. Bach | Partita No. 3
Ysaye | Violin Sonata No. 2
Ysaye | Violin Sonata No. 3
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Eric Simpson, violin, originally hails from Haverford, Pennsylvania, where he began playing the violin at age four. Studying with Lee Snyder at the Settlement Music School, he won numerous concerto competitions and made solo appearances with area orchestras. For four summers he studied with David and Linda Cerone of the Cleveland Institute of Music, and while an undergraduate at Yale College, where he majored in Classics, Eric was in the studio of Syoko Aki at the Yale School of Music. In 2016, he was a finalist in WQXR's "Moonlighters Competition," a competition for accomplished amateur musicians in the New York area.
For five years, Eric was an editor at The New Criterion, where he began writing music criticism. Since then, he has published more than 350 reviews and essays in The New Criterion, The Wall Street Journal, The Hopkins Review, and The New York Classical Review, where he remains a regular contributor. He is now the Chief Development Officer at the Paideia Institute, a nonprofit working to promote the study of Latin and ancient Greek.
A SUNDAY SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE WEST VILLAGE, NYC!
The weekly "Bach to the Future" concert series present programs of the best Classical musical repertoire, with highest caliber of performance, in a small setting. Join us every Sunday at 3PM for an afternoon of beauty and inspiration. Wine reception follows each concert.
Tickets: FREE for all children under age 18, $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
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Venue: St John's in the Village Episcopal Church
218 West 11th Street (at Waverly Pl)
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