The Vivaldi Project
The repertoire is charming and the playing, on period instruments, is superb. Strings Magazine
Live video from the NC HIP festival in Durham, NC
February 19, 2016
Caldara Cello Concerto excerpt, Washington, DC
June 17, 2016
Live video from concert in Durham, NC
June 10, 2017
WETA Classical Breakdown
"Reading between the notes - making a score come alive"
Sept. 3, 2019
Elizabeth, Stephanie, and Allison - The Vivaldi Project in the WBAA Studios
CREDIT JOHN CLARE
May 22, 2019
Feb. 5, 2016
The biennial North Carolina HIP (Historically Informed Performance) Music Festival hosted by Mallarme Chamber Players is back this year with expanded programming. The festival features Baroque music played on period string instruments, which tend to sound richer, mellower and less edgy than modern counterparts.The Mallarmé Chamber Players will play a two-part concert called the Biber Bowl featuring the Rosary Sonatas, 16 movements interpreting events from the lives of Jesus and Mary.
Stephanie Vial, cellist; with Suzanne Rousso, artistic director of the Mallarmé Chamber Players, Stephen Jaffe, composer; Andy Bonner, violinist; Joey McDonnell, violist speak with Host Frank Stasio about the North Carolina HIP festival and classical music in the Triangle.
Marilyn Cooley interviews Elizabeth Field about the Institute for Early Music on Modern Instruments, including a quiz in which Marilyn had an “aha” moment about the practice of Baroque music.
Marilyn Cooley inteviews Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial about C.P.E. Bach's Sonata for Two Violins, Sanguineus und Melancholicus (A dialogue between a cheerful and melancholy man). Aired prior to 11/13/10 concert entitled Conversations Among Friends: An Afternoon of Trio Sonatas.
Interview with John Hsu about The Vivaldi Project's upcoming tour of the Six String Sinfonias of C.P.E. Bach
Source: Early Music America. Published: September 6, 2016.
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