Bard College at Simon's Rock: the Early College

South Berkshire Concert: Francesca Anderegg

Saturday, April 23, 2022

Daniel Arts Center - McConnell Theater

Virtuoso violinist Francesca makes a return engagement to Simon's Rock with a program of music by women composers for violin and piano, with pianist Matthew McCright.  The program includes works by romantic composers Clara Schumann and Amy Beach, modernist Grazyna Bacewicz, and contemporaries Jessie Montgomery and Hannah Lash.

Hailed by the New York Times for her “rich tone” and “virtuosic panache,” violinist Francesca Anderegg delivers insightful accounts of contemporary and classical music. Through her inventive programming, active composer collaborations, and precise yet impassioned interpretations, Anderegg has earned renown as a musical explorer of the first order.

Anderegg has a national and international reputation as a violinist with a special focus on Latin American repertoire and contemporary music. As a soloist, Ms. Anderegg has toured throughout Argentina and Brazil, performing a wide variety of contemporary and standard violin concerti with orchestras in the United States and South America. Since her Carnegie Hall debut performance in 2008, Ms. Anderegg has given solo recitals in national and international venues, including Brooklyn's National Sawdust, The Arts Club of Washington, the National Museum of Colombia in Bógota, and many others across the world. Her three solo albums have been featured on radio programs throughout the country and noted for their “stunning virtuosity” (Fanfare Magazine), “lustrous tone” (The Strad Magazine), and “riveting listening experience” (Second Inversion). Her album "Wild Cities" was selected as a favorite of 2016 by New Music Box, and her most recent release, "Images of Brazil," was praised as “the most delightful disc of Brazilian chamber music to come along in years” (Fanfare Magazine). Ms. Anderegg’s appearances include concerts at Chicago’s Symphony Center and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York with Itzhak Perlman and members of the Perlman Music Program.

The concert is free and open to the public with vaccination certificate; masks are mandatory. Eventbrite registration is recommended.


It will also be available live-streamed on Zoom here:

Cost: Free

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