An introduction to Passions of the Soul by Music Director Elisa Citterio
Violinist Geneviève Gilardeau
Tafelmusik violinist Geneviève Gilardeau talks alternate tunings and shares insight as the program curator ahead of our upcoming chamber concert, Close Encounters: Re-Tuned.
An introduction to Close Encounters: Re-Tuned by program curator and violinist, Geneviève Gilardeau
Meeting on the lea rig
“lea rig (Scottish): a grassy ridge or piece of land: a ridge left unplowed in a cultivated field” (Merriam-Webster)
In The New Normal—our interview series—we speak to the musicians and staff of Tafelmusik, to ask how working and performing in new ways has changed our routines, and our operations as a performing arts organization.
Earlier this month, we released Baroque for Baby: a kid-friendly playlist, featuring baroque repertoire that has particular appeal for younger listeners.
In this article, hear more from the playlist's curator—Tafelmusik violinist (and mother of two) Cristina Zacharias—about the choices she made, and how this album's music is especially suited to young ears.
Still frame from Tafelmusik's Mozart Together, October 1, 2020.
Tafelmusik’s new digital album Baroque for Baby is curated by violinist and mother of two, Cristina Zacharias. We caught up with her recently to talk about the inspiration behind her kid-friendly playlist, the importance of music for young children, and what it’s like raising a family when both parents are musicians. Baroque for Baby will be available on digital platforms starting October 16, 2020.
Double bassist Pippa Macmillan performing with Tafelmusik in The Indigo Project in Jeanne Lamon Hall, February 2020. Photo by Dahlia Katz.
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In The New Normal—our new interview series—we speak to the musicians and staff of Tafelmusik, to ask how working and performing in new ways has changed our routines, and our operations as a performing arts organization.
In this inaugural interview, we sat down with Executive Director Carol Kehoe, to hear her perspective on how this “new normal” has affected her work, her life, and her vision for Tafelmusik.
The phrase “the new normal” has become a staple of our everyday vernacular. What does “the new normal” mean for you, as it relates to work and Tafelmusik?