Topic: Early Music at Juilliard April 12,2012 featuring wind instruments
OBOIST GONZALO RUIZ LEADS JUILLIARD415 IN "THE SPLENDORS OF DRESDEN" SHOWCASING THE WINDS OF JUILLIARD415 WITH WORKS BY J.S. BACH, FASCH, HEINICHEN, AND TELEMANN ON THURSDAY, APRIL 12 AT 8 PM IN JUILLIARD'S WILLSON THEATER
Juilliard Historical Performance faculty member, oboist Gonzalo Ruiz, leads Juilliard415 on Thursday, April 12 at 8 PM in Juilliard’s intimate Willson Theater in a free concert showcasing the winds of Juilliard415. The program, entitled “The Splendors of Dresden,” features Telemann’s Suite in E Minor from Tafelmusik, TWV 55:e1; J.S. Bach’s Oboe Concerto in D Minor, BWV 1059; Johann David Heinichen’s Concerto con Violino, Oboe, e Traverso in G Major; Telemann’s Septet (Concerto) for three oboes, three violin and continuo in B-flat Major, TWV 44:43; and Johann Friedrich Fasch’s Suite in G Major, FaWV K:G12.
Extremely, limited FREE tickets will be available beginning March 29 at the Janet and Leonard Kramer Box Office at Juilliard. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 6 PM. For further information, call (212) 769-7406 or go to www.juilliard.edu.
Juilliard415 musicians performing on this concert are: Antonio Campillo Santos and Emi Ferguson (flute); Mr. Ruiz with Kristin Olson and Brandon Labadie (oboe); Nathan Helgeson and Clayton Zeller-Townson (bassoon); Jude Ziliak and Tatiana Daubek (violin); Kyle Miller (viola); Beiliang Zhu (cello); Wen Yang (double Bass); and Elena Zamolodchikova (harpsichord).