Many thanks to Nathan Giglierano for stepping up to the plate! He joins flutist Danielle Breisach and pianist Daniel Syverson as soloists in the effervescent Brandenburg Concerto No. 5.
The Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 is scheduled for 6:30 pm, on Saturday, March 18.
A little about Nathan:
Violinist Nathan Giglierano has performed across Europe, Central and North America. Nathan graduated with his Bachelor’s in Music from Oberlin Conservatory, where he studied with Marilyn McDonald, and recently earned his Master’s degree from UW-Madison under the tutelage of David Perry. Nathan also served as a teaching assistant in the Music Theory department at UW-Madison. In addition to playing and teaching music, Nathan loves photography and cooking with his wife, Gillian.
Marika just had a very productive meeting with Ken Stancer, the music director and organist at St. Andrew’s. She got a tour of the beautifully renovated church, and worked out some more logistics for the big event on the 18th (NEXT WEEK!).
The lovely Parish Hall, downstairs from the Sanctuary, will be a space where audience members can take a break from the performances; there will be coffee and tea, snacks, wifi, and comfortable chairs and sofas.
BATC is so grateful to St. Andrew’s for making their facilities available for this event!
BATC Director Marika Fischer Hoyt went on community radio station WORT, to chat with host Alan Muirhead about the upcoming festival, and play recordings of a few of the pieces that will be heard at the March 18 event.
The interview was streamed on facebook live; click here to access the BATC facebook page where the footage is a little ways down the page.
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