Elvis Presley. The Beatles. Duke Ellington. Ludwig van Beethoven. Not just musicians, but revolutionaries who disrupted the very fabric of the artistic world around them. Add to the list Arcangelo Corelli, the true first celebrity violinist, whose innovations and cult of personality truly went viral. Renowned baroque violinist Ingrid Matthews joins harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky for a program of works by Corelli and the composers he influenced, including music from Mexico, Sweden, China, and Russia.
About Ingrid Matthews
Ingrid Matthews is well established as one of the premier baroque violinists of her generation. She won first prize in the Erwin Bodky International Competition for Early Music in 1989, and was a member of Toronto’s Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra before founding the Seattle Baroque Orchestra with Byron Schenkman; she served as its Music Director from […]
About Henry Lebedinsky
Henry Lebedinsky (harpsichord) performs internationally on harpsichord, organ, and clavichord, both as a soloist and with Pacific MusicWorks, Agave Baroque, and The Live Oak Baroque Orchestra. He has appeared with The Seattle Symphony, Seattle Opera, The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, The Charlotte Symphony, and Seraphic Fire, among others, and has taught master classes and workshops […]