Recent and Upcoming Performances and Other Public Events
Bach’s “Triple Concerto” BWV 1044 and Its Models: lecture-performance for the American Bach Society at Yale University (Sat., April 28, 2018, 2 p.m.). J.S. Bach, Concerto in A minor for harpsichord, flute, violin, and strings, together with the harpsichord prelude BWV 894/1 and a reconstruction of the trio-sonata movement BWV 527a/2. With Mary Oleskiewicz, flute, and Jude Ziliak, violin
Virtuosos of Eighteenth-Century Europe, Wagner College (October 25, 2017). C.P.E. Bach, Concerto in E minor for harpsichord and strings, W. 24; J.G. Graun, Quartet in D for viola, 2 violins, and continuo, GWV A:14:1; Handel, Armida abbandonata; and Nicolas Bernier’s Le caffé (coffee cantata). With Sylvia Maisonet, soprano; Jude Ziliak and Augusta McKay Lodge, violins; Georgina McKay Lodge, viola; and Sarah Stone, cello
“Telemann as ‘General Capellmeister’ to the Bach Family,” Temple University, Philadelphia (October 13, 2017), talk for conference Georg Philipp Telemann: Enlightenment and Postmodern Perspectives
“Froberger and the Invention of a New Keyboard Style” (April 22, 2017), lecture-recital for annual meeting of the Society for 17th-Century Music, Providence, R.I.
Bach’s Cantata 82 (Ich habe genung), Wagner College (April 12, 2017). Also Susanne by Jacquet de La Guerre. With Sylvia Maisonet, soprano, and Mary Oleskiewicz, flute
“Expression and Discrétion: Froberger, Bach, and Performance” (November 2, 2016), lecture recital for International Conference on Creativity and Performance, Hong Kong Baptist University
“Froberger and His Legacy,” harpsichord recital, University at Albany, N.Y. (Sept. 16, 2016). Works by Frescobaldi, Louis Couperin, and J. S. Bach alongside those of Froberger, commemorating the four hundredth anniversary of the latter’s birth
John Cage, Apartment House 1776, Jordan Hall, New Enland Conservatory, Boston (June 20, 2016). Part of the Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice concert series. Harpsichordist with Callithumpian Consort, directed by Stephen Drury
“Bach Family Dialogues,” at Wagner College (Mar. 30, 2016). J. S. Bach’s Cantata 57 and A-major violin sonata (BWV 1015); C. P. E. Bach’s “Sanguineus and Melancholicus” (W. 161/1); and selections from J. C. Bach’s Requiem. With students and faculty from Wagner College, joined by alumni of the Juilliard School, Wagner College
“Conversations Between Virtuosos: Trio Sonatas From 18th-Century Germany.” Midtown Concerts series (Oct. 8, 2015). Dialogues for “Sanguineus and Melancholicus” by C.P.E. Bach and J.G. Graun, performed with Jude Ziliak, violinist, at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, 325 Park Ave. at E. 50th St., New York (free concert)
W.F. Bach: Harpsichord Concerto in G minor, with vocal works by Purcell, Ariosti, and J.S. Bach (April 8, 2015), performed with members of Juilliard 415 and the Wagner College voice faculty, in the Campus Hall Performance Center at Wagner College (Staten Island, N.Y.)
Clavichord Recital: A C.P.E. Bach Retrospective (March 22, 2015). Goldfarb Library, Brandeis University, sponsored by the Boston Clavichord Society
A New Voice for the Clavier: C.P.E. Bach and the Changing Idiom of Keyboard Music (Nov. 8, 2014), lecture-recital for the American Musicological Society, 2014 national meeting, Milwaukee, Wis.
Recital: J.S. Bach: Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue; C.P.E. Bach: keyboard sonatas and chamber music (Oct. 25, 2014), at the Idaho Bach Festival (Moscow, Idaho)
“Performing the Music of C.P.E. Bach Today” (Oct. 25, 2014), a talk at the Idaho Bach Festival (Moscow, Idaho)
J.S. Bach: Fifth Brandenburg Concerto, and C.P.E. Bach: D-Minor Harpsichord Concerto W. 23 (Oct. 24, 2014), at the Idaho Bach Festival (Moscow, Idaho)
J.S. Bach: Fifth Brandenburg Concerto, and C.P.E. Bach: Harpsichord Concerto W. 23 (Oct. 15, 2014), with members of Juilliard 415, in the Campus Hall Performance Center at Wagner College (Staten Island, N.Y.)
Workshop: New Editions of Bach’s Complete Organ Works (June 25, 2014), with George Stauffer, for the American Guild of Organists, national meeting, at the Boston Marriott Hotel (further information here)
“The ‘Version’ Problem in Bach’s Preludes and Fugues for Organ” (June 24, 2014): talk for the American Guild of Organists, national meeting, at the Boston Marriott Hotel (further information here)
Recital and panel discussion: Music of C. P. E. Bach (June 6-7, 2014). Part of the Focus on Piano Literature symposium at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Further information here.
Lecture-recital: C. P. E. Bach’s Revolutionary Keyboard Music of the 1740s (May 3, 2014). A presentation for the American Bach Society, meeting at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. Further information here.
“C.P.E. Bach and the Metaphorical Voice”: talk for the New England chapter of the American Musicological Society, at Boston Conservatory, on the composer’s three hundredth birthday (March 8, 2014)
Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier: complete performance with commentary, in three gatherings (Jan. 19, March 16, and May 18, 2013). On three Saturday evenings at Taylor House, 50 Burroughs Street, Jamaica Plain, Boston.