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.
Tag Archives: Flute sonatas
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
Project Sanssouci (updated May 13, 2015) 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
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
“Oleskiewicz’s engaging and informative introduction places the pieces in their chronological framework and evaluates the historical and musical features of each.” By NANCY HADDEN(Early Music, 2010) Excerpted from the full review entitled “Flute music from the Bach circle” Carl Philipp … Continue reading