Scotland’s natural beauty and rich heritage has inspired musicians for centuries. Internationally acclaimed fiddler and violinist Brandon Vance joins harpsichordist and guitarist Henry Lebedinsky invite you to explore the interplay between art and folk music in 18th century Scotland. Sonatas by Oswald, MacLean, Munro, and Marshall dance alongside traditional reels, Strathspeys, jigs, and marches in this unique and wonderful program.
About Brandon Vance
Internationally acclaimed Scottish fiddler and violinist Brandon Vance is the recipient of Scotland’s 2017 Royal National Mòd Sutherland Cup in Scottish Fiddle, as well as being the youngest to win the U.S. National Open Scottish Fiddling Championship in both 1999 and 2001. Vance has performed and taught internationally, serving as a guest lecturer at the University of […]
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 […]