View site in English, Español, or Français
The fair-trade ticketing company.
Sign Me Up!  |  Log In
 
Find An Event Create Your Event Help
 
L'incomparable Monsieur de Lully
The Church of the Epiphany
New York, NY
Share this event:
Get Tickets
There are no active dates for this event.
Thank you for visiting our online ticket sale. You may still purchase tickets at the door.



Event

L'incomparable Monsieur de Lully
L'Incomparable Monsieur de Lully
Friday, March 24th at 8PM

Tickets $25-$35 online; $30-$40 at the door

PROGRAMME
JEAN-BAPTISTE LULLY - Armide Suite d'airs à jouer
FRANCOIS COUPERIN - L'Apothéose de Lully
GEORG MUFFAT - Passacaglia of Sonata No. 5, Armonico Tributo
JEAN-FÉRY REBEL - Le Tombeau de Monsieur Lully
MARIN MARAIS - Alcione

Jean-Baptiste Lully came from humble beginnings in Italy only to rise as the favorite composer of King Louis XIV in France.  Lullys attunement to the French cultural spirit brought a great advancement in music, full of regal and archaic themes and driven by the rhythms of dance. The program will feature orchestral and chamber music by Lully, Couperin, Marais, Muffat, and Rebel.

Canadian violinist Marc Destrubé is equally at home as a soloist, chamber musician, concertmaster or director/conductor of orchestras and divides his time between performances of the standard repertoire on modern instruments, and performing baroque and classical music on period instruments. His exceptional versatility stems from a wish to reflect the composers intentions as genuinely as possible and his view of the violin as a tool of expression, whatever the musical form at hand.

His teachers include Harry Cawood, David Zafer and Steven Staryk, the great Hungarian pedagogue and quartet leader Sandor Végh, and Norbert Brainin of the Amadeus Quartet.

He is first violinist with the Axelrod String Quartet, quartet-in-residence at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., where the quartet plays on the museums exceptional collection of Stradivari and Amati instruments. He has also performed and recorded with LArchibudelli (Vera Beths, Jurgen Küssmaul, Anner Bijlsma) and is a member of the Turning Point Ensemble in Vancouver, specializing in 20th century music and new music. He appears regularly in chamber music performances on the Early Music Vancouver series and summer festival as well as at MusicFest Vancouver. He is also first violinist with the recently-formed string quartet Microcosmos in Vancouver.

He has appeared as soloist and guest director with symphony orchestras in Victoria, Windsor, Edmonton and Halifax as well as with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Portland Baroque Orchestra and Lyra Baroque Orchestra. He led the Belgian ensemble Anima Eterna in acclaimed recordings of the complete Mozart Piano Concertos with Jos van Immerseel. A founding member of the Tafelmusik Orchestra, he has appeared with many of the leading period-instrument orchestras in North America and Europe including as guest concertmaster of the Academy of Ancient Music and of the Hanover Band.

As a concertmaster he has played under Sir Simon Rattle, Kent Nagano, Helmuth Rilling, Christopher Hogwood, Philippe Herreweghe, Gustav Leonhardt and Frans Brüggen. He is co-concertmaster of Brüggens Orchestra of the 18th Century with whom he has toured the major concert halls and festivals of Europe, North America, Asia and Australia, including directing the orchestra in performances at Beijings National Centre for the Performing Arts and appearing as soloist in Haydns Sinfonia Concertante in concerts in Holland, Austria and Belgium for the Haydn-year. He was concertmaster of the CBC Radio Orchestra from 1996 to 2002, and concertmaster of the Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra.

From the concertmasters chair he has directed orchestras in much of the standard baroque and early classical repertoire as well as in performances of larger scale works such as Beethovens First Symphony, Mozarts G Minor Symphony K.440 and the Tchaikovsky Serenade.

As founding director of the Pacific Baroque Orchestra he was responsible for commissioning works for the orchestra from a number of Vancouver-based composers, as well as instigating other innovative projects such as a program of French baroque and Aboriginal dance and music. He has also directed several Modern Baroque Opera productions, including the premiere of Peter Hannans 120 Songs for the Marquis de Sade. Other innovative projects include a performance for Vancouver New Music in 2008 combining a Beethoven string quartet, 5 songs performed by Pissed Off Wild, a post-punk hip-hop band, and a new work by Peter Hannan for amplified violin, percussion and live electronics.

A highly respected teacher, he has been a visiting artist/faculty at the Paris, Moscow and Utrecht Conservatoires, Indiana University, Case Western University, Australian National University, Sydney Conservatorium, the MacPhail School, the Banff Centre and the University of Victoria, and has presented childrens concerts at the Cité de la Musique (Paris). He was co-director of the Early Music Vancouver Baroque Instrumental Program and on the faculty of the Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin College, and has recently been named to the faculty of the Berwick Academy at the Oregon Bach Festival.

His recording of Haydn Violin Concertos on the ATMA label has been praised by the Strad Magazine (London) for the stylish solo playing..., individual yet unselfconscious and by Whole Note Magazine (Toronto) for its bold and daring solo playing. He has also recorded for Sony, EMI, Teldec, Channel Classics, Hänssler, Globe and CBC Records as well as being broadcast regularly on the CBC.

He is artistic director of the Pacific Baroque Festival (Victoria, Canada), and Artistic Advisor to Dorian Baroque.

Discussion

Location

The Church of the Epiphany (View)
1393 York Avenue at 74th Street
New York, NY 10021
United States

Map is loading...

Categories

Arts > Performance
Music > All Ages
Music > Classical
Music > Symphony
Music > World

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact


Contact us
Email
support@brownpapertickets.com
24/7 Customer Service
1-800-838-3006 US, Canada, Puerto Rico
Resources
Careers
Press
Developers
Help
Ticket Buyers
Track Your Order
Browse Events
Locations
Event Producers
Create an Event
Pricing
Services
Buy Pre-Printed Tickets
The Venue List
Join the mailing list
Get spam-free daily notifications of new events in your neighborhood!
Customize your mailing list
Connect with us
Friend us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Watch us on YouTube
Read our blog
Get to know us
Meet the Doers
Use of this service is subject to the Terms & Conditions of Brown Paper Tickets. All rights reserved. © 2000-2017 Mobile EN ES FR