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Mandolin Mondays #364 w/ Special Guest Caterina Lichtenberg

Rating: 1 votes, 5.00 average.
Returning to Mandolin Mondays this week we have renowned classical mandolinist Caterina Lichtenberg playing an incredible interpretation of the "Passacaglia for Solo Violin" from the Rosenkranz Sonatas (1676) by composer Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber.

One of the premier classical mandolinists in the world today, Caterina holds the only position in the world for Classical Mandolin at the Music Conservatory in Cologne, Germany. She also teaches personalized video exchange lessons through the ArtistWorks company She has released 10 CDs of duo and chamber music and has toured the world as a soloist with symphonies and with her partner Mike Marshall.

Be sure to check out her most recent solo album here, featuring select music from Telemann, Bach, and more: https://caterinalichtenberg.bandcamp...chtenberg-solo

As well as her latest duo album with Mike Marshall, Third Journey, available here:

And you can works with Caterina directly through her page on Artistworks here:

Be sure to connect with Caterina at the following links below for more information about her music:

And as always, tune in next week for more Mandolin Mondays! Until then...

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  1. Bshag's Avatar
    Jaw droppingly beautiful piece, performance and vista! Great way to start the morning.
  2. DougC's Avatar
    Played with style and character. Great control of the instrument surely 'rubs off' on her students. We are blessed with such fine teachers.
  3. Jim Garber's Avatar
    Absolutely beautiful playing, an adaptation of a violin piece. Wonderful!
  4. DanielP's Avatar
  5. Alfons's Avatar
    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing it with us.
  6. KathyinOhio's Avatar
    Beautiful, shows what the mandolin can do in capable hands.
  7. Todd Bowman's Avatar
    Absolutely beautiful!! Thank you, Caterina, for sharing and for all you do to promote the mandolin community!

    And, I don't say it often enough, thank you, David, for organizing and producing Mandolin Mondays every week and for all you do to promote the mandolin community!
  8. Scot63's Avatar
    What a wonderful interpretation of this impossibly difficult piece. Thank you!