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A Baroque Cello Trilogy: Part I
Premiere

A Baroque Cello Trilogy: Part I

Sat, December 5, 2020 8:00 PM, EST

Greetings!

Robert Warner and Coleman Itzkoff are thrilled to present a recital of Baroque music for Cello & Harpsichord, recorded in New York City in the lovely St. John's in the Village. Centering around the three Bach Gamba Sonatas, Robert and Coleman will explore the wide wonderful world of music for cello and harpsichord, spanning over three recitals. We had a blast preparing and recording these pieces, some of which are hidden gems of the repertoire.

Please join us for this live virtual event and hang with us during the pre- and post-concert Zoom session! (Pre-concert Zoom ~8 PM EDT, Concert Premiere ~8:15 PM EDT, Post-concert Zoom ~ 9 PM EDT)

Looking forward to seeing you there! :~)

Program

J.S. Bach: Praeludium, BWV999
Luigi Boccherini: Cello Sonata No.3 in G major
J.S. Bach : ‘Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ’
Domenico Scarlatti: Cello Sonata No. 1 in D minor
J.S. Bach: Gamba Sonata No.1 in G major, BWV 1027

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Marghretta McBean, 7 months ago

Daylight Savings Time (EDT) ended 1 November. You might want to update: "(Pre-concert Zoom ~6:45 PM EDT, Concert Premiere ~7:00 PM EDT, Post-concert Zoom ~ 7:45 PM EDT)"


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Leslie Hsu and Richard Lenon, 7 months ago

Is this the same concert that was done through Musae on November 7? It looks like it might be the same program...thanks!


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Coleman Itzkoff, 7 months ago

It is the same program, Leslie, so no pressure to be there! Part 2 coming soon :~)


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Bexx Rosenbloom, 7 months ago

Hello!

My name is Bexx and I'm one of the admins for Groupmuse! Tonight I also have the pleasure of being your emcee for A Baroque Cello Trilogy: Part I. I just wanted to give a quick update regarding the start time for tonight's performance, as well as provide some helpful hints and tips for a successful streaming experience.

The pre-concert zoom, where we will have a chance to say hello to one another, as well as learn a little bit more about Coleman's musical inspirations and solaces during the pandemic will begin promptly at 8:00pm ET. The concert premiere will begin at 8:15pm. After the concert, there will be a ~20 minute QnA with the musicians in Zoom.

One hour prior to start of show you will be e-mailed a streaming link for tonight's groupmuse. On this streaming page you will have access to everything you'll need, including the zoom, the embedded concert stream, a button to pay the musicians, the program, and a place to leave a review. If, for whatever reason, you do not receive the e-mail, you can always access the groupmuse at start time by following these instructions: https://support.groupmuse.com/article/48-how-do-i-access-the-groupmuse-at-show-time-with-pictures

For the best experience this evening, I recommend you...
1.) Use a computer, as opposed to a tablet or smart phone.
2.) Use external speakers or high quality headphones.
3.) Ensure your internet connection is solid.
4.) Are familiar with your device's commands, such as switching tabs and adjusting the volume.
5.) Have the Zoom app downloaded ahead of time.

Looking forward to seeing you tonight! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to e-mail [email protected]

Bexx


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Attendees

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Bexx Rosenbloom Emcee
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Ken Camper
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Efrem Greenfield
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G Giger
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David Villegas
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Benjamin k roe
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Lani Adler
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Marghretta McBean
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Sheri Richardson
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Leslie Bateman
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Howard R. Spendelow
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Grant Barnes
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Kris Yvon Yenney
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Emmi Banner
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Jagannathan Arjun Sathyamoorthy
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Keir GoGwilt
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Elizabeth Weinfield
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Chi H
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Gerry Itzkoff
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Anne Brennan
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Joan Brodovsky
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Maxine Olefsky
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Arielle
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Jonathan Phillips
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Sharon Bolles
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Linda Vallee
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Karina Epperlein
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Heidi Yenney
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Martha Rothman