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Dorian Komanoff Bandy (violin) and Dan Tidhar (harpsichord)

Sunday June 30, 2019 at 18:30
The Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
£15 / £10 concessions, £5 children/ students
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  1. Sonata for violin and harpsichord No 1 in B minor BWV 1014 - Johann Sebastian Bach
  2. Fantazia in A minor Op 7 No 1 - Johann Schenk
  3. Scherzo, from Sonata No 9 in D major for violin and basso continuo - Johann Jakob Walther
  4. Scherzo, from Sonata No 7 in A major for violin and basso continuo - Johann Jakob Walther
  5. Aria in F major - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
  6. Sonata for violin and continuo in E minor - Johann Georg Pisendel
  7. Sonata for violin and continuo No 3 in B minor TWV 41:h1 - Georg Philipp Telemann

When not conducting, Dorian maintains a thriving career as a performer on early violins and keyboards. His 'spectacular violin playing' (PlanetHugill), marked by 'sensibility and virtuosity' (Musical Pointers), has charmed audiences in venues ranging from London’s Wigmore and Cadogan Halls to Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and New York’s Symphony Space. He spent four years as leader and co-director of Musica Poetica London, and has been a frequent guest concertmaster/soloist with Sinfonia New York, the Amphion Consort (London), Musical Offering (Boston), and other groups across Europe and North America. He is also an experienced harpsichordist and fortepianist, with a repertoire including suites by Bach and Handel, concertos by Haydn and Mozart (with improvised cadenzas), and Schubert's song cycles.

Based in Cambridge since 2004, he combines a busy performance schedule with research into historical and computational musicology. Recent highlights include a live broadcast of JS Bach’s harpsichord concerto in F major with the Israeli baroque orchestra Barrocade. He was guest editor of the November 2014 issue of Early Music, dedicated to early music and modern technology.

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