Project Sanssouci (updated April 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 of … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Flute sonatas
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 … Continue reading
Mary has authored the cover story for the latest issue of Flutist Quarterly (Fall 2012): “The Flutist of Sanssouci: Frederick ‘the Great’ as Performer and Composer.” Read about it here.
REVIEW of Lecture-Recital on Frederick “the Great,” Las Vegas, National Flute Association “Brilliantly performed…” By JOHN BARCELLONA NFA Chronicles (Oct. 2012) …The culminating Baroque flute event was a fascinating lecture/recital entitled “The Flutist of Sanssouci: Frederick “the Great” as Composer, … Continue reading
Coming soon! Look for my brand new first edition of sonatas for flute and continuo by King Frederick “the Great,” to be published in November 2012 by Breitkopf & Härtel, with a continuo realization by David Schulenberg. My CD recording … Continue reading