Tempesta di Mare concertmaster Emlyn Ngai brings his prowess on both baroque and modern violin to bear for this season’s third and final artist recital. Join us at Woodmere and Barnes for Ngai’s virtuosity and poetry in a program of unaccompanied violin music from the seventeenth, eighteenth and twentieth centuries by Baltzar, Bach, Ysaÿe and Kreisler.
- Sunday, April 28, 3:00 — Woodmere
- Wednesday, May 8, 10:30 — Barnes
Emlyn, who has played with Tempesta di Mare since the first season and has been the orchestra’s concertmaster since 2002, leads a broad and distinguished career as both a modern and historical violinist. As a member of the Adaskin String Trio he has performed extensively throughout Canada and the United States and has been recorded for broadcast by CBC Radio, Radio-Canada, and National Public Radio. He is Associate Concertmaster of the Carmel Bach Festival and has performed with Apollo’s Fire, Boston Baroque, Smithsonian Chamber Players, Tafelmusik and Washington Bach Consort, among others. Ngai serves on faculty at the Hartt School where he teaches violin and co-directs the Hartt School Collegium Musicum.
- Partita No.3 in E major, BWV 1006
- Gavotte en Rondeau
- Menuet 1 & 2
- Sonata Op. 27, No.2, “Obsession”
- Danse des ombres
- Les Furies