Kinga Augustyn: Exposed. 20th and 21st Century Unaccompanied Violin
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About the Event
Violin soloist Kinga Augustyn offers a demanding program of 20th and 21st Century works that push the boundaries of both instrument and player. Sparks fly when bow meets string in this extraordinary salon-style performance.
Kinga Augustyn is a Polish-born, New York City-based classical concert violinist and recording artist. She has been described as stylish and vibrant (The Strad Magazine), and beyond amazing, one hell of a violinist! (Fanfare Magazine).
Luciano Berio (1925-2003): Sequenza VIII (1976)
Jakub Polaczyk (b.1980): Ink 2 (composed for Kinga Augustyn in 2017)
Piotr Drożdżewski (b. 1948): Caprice No. 1 “Paganini, Caprice No. 2 “Paganini” (1990)
Krzysztof Penderecki (b.1933): Capriccio (2008)
Elliott Carter: Rhapsodic Musings (2000)
Isang Yun (1917-1995): Koenigliches Thema (1976)
Kala Pierson (b.1977): Bright Curves (2012) (NY Premiere)
Rain Worthington (b.1949): Frost Vapors (2013)
Rain Worthington: An Evening Indigo (2014)
Jessica Meyer (1974): Confronting the Sky (2015)
Debra Kaye (b.1956): Turning in Time (composed in 2018 for Kinga Augustyn)
General/Student/12 and under: $20/$15/Free
All Festival Pass: $120.00
All tickets also available at the door.
Photo credit: Łukasz Wroński