Baroque Music Concert, Alison Bury baroque violin, John Dornenburg viola da gamba, Malcolm Proud harpsichord

Baroque Music Concert, Alison Bury baroque violin, John Dornenburg viola da gamba, Malcolm Proud harpsichord

Sunday, 31 March 2019, 4.00pm

Alison Bury - baroque violin
John Dornenburg - viola da gamba
Malcolm Proud - harpsichord

Marin Marais (1656-1728) - Sonnerie for violin and continuo
Sonata a la Maresienne for violin and continuo
Prelude, Fantaisie, Tombeau pour Mr. de Ste. Colombe from Suite in E minor for viola da gamba and continuo
J.S. Bach (1685-1750) - Sonata in E minor for violin and continuo
Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764) - Sonata in D major for violin and continuo Opus 9 No. 3
Jean-Henri d’Anglebert (1629-1691) - Tombeau & Chaconne from Suite in D major

Alison Bury, John Dornenburg and Malcolm Proud first met as students in the Netherlands and in Austria respectively in the 1980s. Since then Malcolm and John have given recitals in Ireland, UK and the USA and have recorded several critically acclaimed CDs of Marais, Handel (with soprano Julianne Baird) and Bach on the Meridian and Centaur labels. After spending many years as a San Francisco Bay Area performer, teacher, and recording artist, John Dornenburg now resides in the Cotswold region of the United Kingdom. Alison Bury and John Dornenburg studied together at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Nicholas Harnoncourt. Alison later became a founder member and regular leader of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, appearing and recording with them as leader, soloist and director. For over 20 years, Alison was leader of the English Baroque Soloists and has taken part in numerous recordings and toured in Europe, Australia, the U.S.A. and the Far East, including the Millennium Tour of Bach’s Cantatas. She is highly regarded by singers with whom she has worked, including Andreas Scholl and Daniele de Niese, with whom she worked on a recording of Mozart arias. With Malcolm Proud she was a member of the Geminiani Trio (with Dutch cellist Ageet Zweistra) and they later worked together in Chandos Baroque Players, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the English Baroque Soloists.

Presented in association with the OPW
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Published on 15 January 2019

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