Early Music is fun and fabulous and the musicians are amazing. Early Music combines Classical music with improv--Baroque, Renaissance & Medieval music performed on original instruments--and the Bay Area is the place to be to enjoy a great evening of music and meet people after the show. Check out these videos to see what Early Music concerts are like! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKgLEWv9imE&list=PL764FC1C2B52AEC62&feature=share
Date & Time: Saturday March 30, 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Incarnation Episcopal Church,[masked]th Avenue, San Francisco
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors/Students
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L. Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 2/2
J.S. Bach/Myra Hess, Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring
S. Rachmaninov, Variations on a theme of Corelli, Op. 42
Amy Williams (b. 1969), Cineshape 4 (2015)
About the Artist
Clare Longendyke is a passionate soloist and chamber musician recognized for her colorful musicality, technical fluency, and ability to interpret repertoires across the musical spectrum. She has performed solo and chamber music recitals across Europe and North America and has won 1st place prizes in the Philharmonic Society of Arlington’s Young Artist Competition, the Schubert Club of Minnesota’s Scholarship Competition, the National Society of Arts & Letters Instrumental Competition, and 2nd place in the SIYAO Instrumental Competition. She made her orchestral debut in 2012 performing Bartók’s 3rd Piano Concerto as the winner of the Indiana University Piano Concerto Competition and in 2017, she performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto in E minor with the Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra (Massachusetts) and Orlando Cela, conductor.
Clare has been a featured soloist in the Fazioli Piano Series (Los Angeles) and the Silvermine Artist Series (Connecticut), as well as in performances on American Public Media’s Performance Today. An active performer of new music, she has premiered over 50 new works since 2012. Clare is a founding member of the CT:2 Clarinet and Piano Duo, the Uproar Duo, the Longendyke/Wollman Viola and Piano Duo, and she is the pianist and Administrative Director of Calliope’s Call, a Boston-based art song performance group. Through her solo and ensemble work, she has worked with and performed the music of living composers Joan Tower, Frederic Rzewski, Tom Cipullo, and Joseph Schwantner, among others.
Clare has degrees from the Boston University College of Fine Arts, the École Normale de Musique (Paris, France), and the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She teaches as a Lecturer of Music in Piano at Franklin College.