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Domingo 11 de Abril 2010 1 pm

Dimitry Badiarov, violoncello da spalla

Tomoe Mihara, baroque violín

Programa
Suites for violoncello da spalla solo

Domenico Gabrieli (15 de April 1651 or 19 October 1659- July 1690)

Ricercar no. 7. Re menor - violoncello solo.

J.S. Bach (31 March 1685 [Old Style 21 March] - 28 July 1750),

No. 2 Re-menor- Prelude, Allemande , Coutante, Sarabande, Menuette 1 and 2, Giga

No. 3 Do-mayor - Prelude, Allamande, Courante, Sarabande, Bourree 1 and 2, Giga

Intermedio

Henry Purcell (1759-1695)

Prelude for Unaccompanied violin- Sol menor.

A. Corelli (February 17, 1653 - January 8, 1713)

Op. 5 Sol menor-ADAGIO, Vivace, Adagio, Vivace, Giga Allegro

Op. 9 Do mayor - Preludio Largo, Giga Adagio, Allegro tempo di gavotta.

Op. 12 Re menpor - La Follia

 

Tomoe Mihara  - baroque violin

Tomoe Mihara was born in Japan in 1984. She started playing the violin at the age of 3 under Eiko Yamamoto in Nagano (Japan). She graduated from the Toho University School of Music in Tokyo where she studied the modern violin under professor Takayoshi Wanami. Feeling that her true vocation is baroque music and the baroque violin, she switched to the baroque violin at the post-graduate course under professors Ryo Terakado and Kaori Toda. Since then she performed as a baroque violin soloist and as a member of Tokyo Bach Mozart Orchestra, Medio Registro, Les Boreades, Bach Collegium Japan and Libera Classica. At the present she is enrolled at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. She is a founding member of ensemble Les Esprits Animaux since 2010, actively performing in The Netherlands.

 

Dmitry Badiarov - baroque violoncello da spalla

 

Dmitry Badiarov was born in Russia, lived and worked in Saint-Petersburg, Brussels and Tokyo. After the graduation from St.Petersburg State Conservatory he enrolled at Brussels Royal Conservatory where he studied baroque violin with Sigiswald Kuijken. Like the career of Pietro Guarneri, Dmitry Badiarov's career is a blend of two professions: violin playing and making. He made over 65 instruments including violoncellos da spalla for players such as Ryo Terakado and Sigiswald Kuijken. Since 1995 he worked with La Petite Bande, Ricercar Consort, Il Fondamento, Den Haag Baroque, Bach Collegium Japan, Les Boreades, Il Gardellino and Les Talens Liriques among others. In 2007-2009 he was a guest lecturer at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. As violoncellist da spalla he performed and recorded several CDs with Bach Collegium Japan (dir. Masaaki Suzuki) and La Petite Bande (dir. Sigiswald Kuijken), with Camerata "Santiago de Queretaro" (dir. Juarez Lincoln Velazquez), participated in the International Festival of Santiago de Queretaro and the 2nd International Festival of Chamber Music in Queretaro, Mexico, in April 2009. His CD with the suites for unaccompanied violoncello da spalla by J.S.Bach is due in September 2010 from Ramee, Germany.