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The Vivaldi Project

The group’s exquisite sense of ensemble, vibrant sound, and ardent cantabile represented period instrument playing at its best. Fanfare Magazine

 
 
The Vivaldi Project

Praised for its brilliant and expressive playing, The Vivaldi Project presents innovative programs of Baroque and Classical string repertoire that combine scholarship and performance to both educate and delight audiences. The period instrument ensemble takes its name from the virtuoso violinist and innovative composer Antonio Vivaldi in recognition of his pivotal position between earlier Baroque and later Classical composers.  The Vivaldi Project is receiving critical acclaim for its series, Discovering the Classical String Trio (MSR Records)---with three volumes to date and more to come.  ​Learn More
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Volume 3 of Discovering the Classical String Trio is here!

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Works by Antes, Hoffmeister, Hofmann, Sammartini, Sirmen, Wranitzky, and Zannetti.

MOdern instruments
 
The Institute for Early Music on Modern Instruments (EMMI) offers professional string players and students of varying levels the opportunity to study historical performance practices using their own modern
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As a violin and cello team, co-directors Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial have been working together for over a decade, inspiring players from talented young Curtis students, Suzuki teachers and their pupils, to seasoned professional orchestral and freelance players. read more
 "You've opened up a whole world of musical inquiry that I hadn't known before."  Julliard Graduate