1742 Meets 1742 with Violin Virtuosa Stephanie Chase. Boston Classical Orchestra conducted by Steven Lipsett. *BACH Fugue from Violin Sonata in G minor VIVALDI Fall & Winter from “The Four Seasons” **SARASATE Caprice Basque, Op. 24, Romanza Andaluza, Op. 22, Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20 RESPIGHI Ancient Airs & Dances (Suite III) **SARASATE Carmen Fantasy, Op. 25 * arranged by Stephanie Chase for string orchestra, WORLD PREMIERE. ** arranged by Stephanie Chase for solo violin and string orchestra.Tickets Save
Bio: Stephanie Chase is internationally recognized as “one of the violin greats of our era” (Newhouse Newspapers) through solo appearances with over 170 orchestras that include the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, and London Symphony Orchestra. Her in...See Full Bio
"Chase is a world-renowned violinist, praised for her elegantly 'virtuous' interpretations and 'matchless technique' – she especially excels in her interpretation and performance of contemporary music. Sunday was no different, and Chase intrigued her audience with her offbeat choice of musical pieces. Titled “The Art of the Solo Violin,” Chase’s performance covered pieces composed between 1720 and 1956 and included music by composers such as Bach, Prokofiev and Telemann, to the more obscure Bartok and Hiao-Tsiun Ma. Chase’s performance was not only a display of her immaculate technique, but also a chance for the audience to delve into one of the more obscure branches of classical music."