Courtroom Concert Program Details

April 13, 2017, Noon
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center

Musicians from Lakes Area Music Festival
Francesca Anderegg, violin; Scott Lykins, cello; Timothy Lovelace, piano

Romanian Folk Dances—Bela Bartok
    I. Bot tánc / Jocul cu bâtă (Stick Dance)
    II. Brâul (Sash Dance)
    III. Topogó / Pe loc (In One Spot)
    IV. Bucsumí tánc / Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum)
    V. Román polka / Poarga Românească (Romanian Polka)
    VI. Aprózó / Mărunțel (Fast Dance)

Trio No. 4 in E minor, “Dumky”—Antonín Dvořák 
    Lento Maestoso (Allegro quasi doppio movimento)
    Poco Adagio (Vivace non troppo/Vivace)
    Andante (Vivace non troppo/Allegretto)
    Andante Moderato (Allegretto scherzando/Quasi Tempo di Marcia)
    Allegro 
    Lento Maestoso 

Francesca Anderegg has collaborated with the leading musicians of the concert stage, and regularly performs throughout the United States and abroad. As a soloist, Anderegg recently performed the Stravinsky Violin Concerto with the St. Olaf Orchestra, and will be the featured soloist on the orchestra’s upcoming tour to Argentina and Uruguay. As winner of the Juilliard Concerto Competition, she performed the Ligeti Violin Concerto with the Juilliard Orchestra. In 2016, She was awarded a McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians, given to artists with a “distinctive musical voice.” Ms. Anderegg graduated from Harvard University in 2005. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from The Juilliard School, where she also received a Masters in Violin Performance.

Scott Lykins‘ career blends performance as a cellist and pianist with administrative creativity as founding artistic & executive director of the Lakes Area Music Festival in Brainerd, MN. Primarily a cellist, he enjoys a busy schedule performing throughout the Midwest. He has served as principal cellist for the National Orchestra Institute, National Repertory Orchestras, Classical Symphony of Chicago, and Eastman Philharmonic Orchestra, and has played regularly with the Syracuse, South Dakota, and New World Symphonies. As a soloist, recent concerto appearances include the Minnesota Philharmonic Orchestra, Heartland Symphony, Northeast Orchestra, and the Lakes Area Music Festival. He has received both bachelors and masters degrees in cello performance from the Eastman School of Music, studying with Steven Doane and Alan Harris, respectively. Lykins is a graduate of the Catherine Filene Shouse Arts Leadership Program at Eastman and was a member of the 2014 cohort of the Institute for Executive Director Leadership presented by St. Thomas University’s College of Business.

Timothy Lovelace has performed on four continents and has been featured at Rio de Janeiro’s Sala Cecilia Meireles, Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, Washington’s Kennedy Center, New York’s Merkin Concert Hall, Chicago’s Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts and on chamber music series sponsored by the symphony orchestras of Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Minnesota and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. The roster of internationally-known artists with whom Lovelace has appeared includes Miriam Fried, Alban Gerhardt, Nobuko Imai, Robert Mann, Charles Neidich, Paquito D’Rivera, and Dawn Upshaw. For thirteen years, he was a staff pianist at the Ravinia Festival’s Steans Institute, where he played in the classes of Barbara Bonney, Christoph Eschenbach, Thomas Hampson, Christa Ludwig and Yo-Yo Ma, among others. A proponent of new music, Lovelace has performed the works of many living composers, and he presented the world premiere of Osvaldo Golijov’s Third World. He has recorded for the Albany, Arabesque, Blue Griffin, Boston Records, and MSR labels. Lovelace currently heads the Collaborative Piano program at the University of Minnesota. His own studies were principally with Harold Evans, Gilbert Kalish, Donna Loewy, and Frank Weinstock.

 

 

Concert Info

October through April
Thursdays from 12pm – 1pm
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center

FREE ADMISSION

Hosted by Schubert Club
Composer-in-Residence, Abbie Betinis.

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