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L’Oasis Musicale concerts à la Cathédrale Christ Church présente
Violin & Viola: Partners in crime / Alto et violon: les meilleurs complices
Erica Jacobs-Perkins, violin
Julie Michael, viola
JS Bach: Sonata in C major for solo violin, BWV 1005
Penderecki: Cadenza for solo viola
JS Bach: Chromatic Fantasy, BWV 903, trans. Kodaly
Martinu: Three Madrigals for violin and viola
J. S. Bach’s astonishing compositions for strings laid the foundations for generations of future composers. This exciting program features violin and viola in works spanning three hundred years of musical history, including Bach and composers inspired by his innovation.
Erica Jacobs-Perkins, violin, is passionate about demystifying classical music-making. A graduate of McGill University’s Schulich School of Music, she is currently completing her B.A. in English Literature at McGill while teaching and performing in Montreal. Her recent projects include playing in the Orchestre Lyrique de Montréal, writing about the application to classical music performance of T.S. Eliot’s essay “Tradition and the Individual Talent”, and instilling perfect posture into sometimes-rowdy young violinists at the McGill Conservatory. She has participated in numerous festivals and workshops, including Bowdoin International Music Festival (‘14), Orford String Quartet Seminar (‘13), Texas Music Festival (‘11), and Interlochen Arts Camp (’04-’06, ’09, ’10). Erica is a native of Rochester, NY and is an alumna of the Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, the Hochstein School of Music, and the Kanack School of Music (where she has also coached a summer violin ensemble). Her principal teachers have been Felicia Moye, Denise Lupien, and Virginia Wensel, and she has also worked with Janet Sung, Susanna Gilmore, and Midori Goto. Erica’s most formative personal and musical experience to date was her four-year tenure with the recently disbanded TARDIS quartet, which taught her patience and musical adventurousness, as well as gaining three lifelong friends.
Récital pour violon et alto