April 4, 3pm EST (US), 8pm BST (UK)
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Jean Marie Leclair: Op 2, No 6 in D Maj., Mvt. 1: Adagio - Allegro ma poco
Jean-Joseph de Mondonville: Op. 4, No. 3 in G Maj, Mvt. 1: Andantino from Les sons harmoniques
Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite No. 3 in C Major BWV 1009, Allemande and Sarabande
Arcangelo Corelli- La Folia, Op. 5 No. 12
About the artists
Lauded by The New York Times for her “lovely, plush, seductive tone,” violinist Chloe Fedor is sought after as soloist, concertmaster, and chamber musician in ensembles across the country. She has appeared with ACRONYM, The American Classical Orchestra, Apollo’s Fire, Carmel Bach Festival, Early Music New York, The English Concert, Handel and Haydn Society, Musica Angelica, New York Baroque Inc., Oregon Bach Festival, The Sebastians, Seraphic Fire, TENET, and Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra. In 2018, Chloe starred on Broadway as the onstage Baroque violinist in “Farinelli and the King,” alongside Sir Mark Rylance and actors from Shakespeare’s Globe. Chloe serves as the Baroque artistic advisor and concertmaster for Lakes Area Music Festival. Recent season highlights include concertos with Amor Artis and House of Time, a recording project with ACRONYM, and a solo recital as part of Gotham Early Music Scene’s Midtown Concerts series.
Keiran Campbell was drawn to the cello after he stumbled across one in his grandmother’s basement and was baffled by its size. After studying extensively with Leonid Zilper, former solo cello of the Bolshoi Ballet, he received his Bachelors and Masters at the Juilliard School, working with Darrett Adkins, Timothy Eddy, and Phoebe Carrai. Keiran also spent time in Cornwall, England, studying with Steven Isserlis and Ralph Kirshbaum at IMS Prussia Cove. He currently lives in Toronto and recently joined Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra as its new principal cellist.
Described as “spectacular” and “an active, sparkling participant in the musical conversation” (Toronto Star), Keiran has performed with orchestras including The English Concert, Le Concert Des Nations, Philharmonia Baroque, New York Baroque Incorporated, Trinity Baroque Orchestra, and The Boston Early Music Festival. Keiran’s performing interests have ranged from baroque to experimental electronic hip hop to Klezmer music, and in his spare time he studies violin making under the maker of his cello, Timothy Johnson.
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