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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 number of players may register to perform during the masterclasses. Unlimited seats for auditors.
More information is available here. To register, contact Dr. John Barcellona, Director of Woodwinds.
On Saturday Nov. 7, at 8:00 pm Newton Baroque presents Mary Oleskiewicz, flute, Andrus Madsen, harpsichord, and Douglas Kelley in a recital of works by J.S. Bach. The program includes flute sonatas in A major, E minor, the partita in A minor for unaccompanied flute, as well as the grand sonata in B minor. Madsen will solo in two works from WTC Book II that complement the program.
Oleskiewicz has been hailed by American Record Guide as “one of the greatest Baroque Flutists of our Time,” and interpretations of these standard works will be sure to delight.
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“”Mary Oleskiewicz’s performance is distinguished by a very delicate and subtle tone and a well-differentiated articulation, particularly in long, fast passages.”” —www.Klassik.com … Continue reading
“Here is an hour and a quarter of original, varied, and beautiful small scale chamber music which marries grace, elegance and refinement to substantial (though never dense), vivacious and thoughtful melody, harmony and texture. It’s also replete with surprises, depth and great individuality. . . .The three players have a spontaneity that adds to our sense of hearing something fresh and for the first time. Their playing also has a dignity and gravitas making the music sound closer to that of Telemann or a Bach son.” —www.Classical.Net, Mark Sealey … Continue reading