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Flutist Mary Oleskiewicz teams up with China’s leading Bach interpreter! On March 26, Mary Oleskiewicz of Boston and Yuan Sheng of Beijing will perform an all All-Bach program at Beijing’s Forbidden City Concert Hall, one of China’s main stages. The … Continue reading
On Saturday, February 27th, 2016, Mary Oleskiewicz will offer a day long Baroque Boot Camp and Bach Masterclass for players of Modern and Baroque Flutes, hosted by the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, California State University Long Beach. A limited … Continue reading
On November 7, 2015. Mary will be featured by Newton Baroque in a rare concert of Johann Sebastian Bach’s music for solo flute. Andrus Madsen will be performing at the keyboard. For more information, go to NewtonBaroque.org.
NEWTON BAROQUE, June 12th Mary Oleskiewicz, traverso, Andrus Madsen, harpsichord Bizzaria e Melancolia: Virtuosity, Theatricality, & Invention in mid-18th-century German Flute and Keyboard Music Featured works will include Müthel’s Sonata in D for flute and continuo, Emanuel Bach’s Sonata in … Continue reading
“Mary Oleskiewicz has it all: she’s a skilled writer in the booklet, she’s an avid scholar who besides digging up some of this music has published critical editions of Quantz’s chamber music, and her playing on the transverse flute is pretty fantastic, too.” —Music Web International … Continue reading
Dates: 2/28, 3/28, 4/25, 5/16 Time: 1:00 to 3:00 pm Location: Pawtucket Armory, RI All levels You asked for it and we listened! By popular demand, Providence Tango is hosting a brand new MUSIC AND MOVEMENT workshop all about ENDINGS … Continue reading
(New Release!) Johann Joachim Quantz Flute Concertos, Naxos 8.573120 Flute Concerto in A minor, (QV 5:238) 1. Allegretto 2. Arioso ma non troppo 3. Allegro assai Flute Concerto in G major (QV 5:165) 1. Allegretto 2. Arioso 3. Presto Flute … Continue reading
Project Sanssouci (updated May 5, 2016) This is the theme of an exciting, multi-year project I have undertaken to perform and lecture about music at the 18th-century court of Frederick “the Great,” and to create first editions and CD recordings … Continue reading