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    MAURO SQUILLANTE TO THE NETHERLANDS WITH BACH

    At 1 and 2 July 2017 Maestro Mauro Squillante will come from Naples to the Netherlands! He will give two concerts with the title "Pensando Bach", in which he will play solo partitas and sonates of J.S. Bach, on mandolin, mandola in C and liuto cantabile.

    Mauro says about the concerts:
"Although Bach’s works have already been played by other mandolinists it is the first time that three instruments will be used in one recital: mandolin, mandola and liuto cantabile which is perfect for the sixth cello suite since it provides the same tuning as violoncello piccolo, the instrument it was written for. 
Except for the love of the music itself, my motive for playing Bach’s music on mandolin is also the love for the mandolin; by playing music of highest quality mandolin establishes it self as an instrument worth of respect just as any other. Moreover, playing highly polyphonic violin and cello pieces on a plucked string instrument with wisely chosen fingerings and dynamic nuances gives possibility of keeping the counterpoint and individuality of voices very clear which then illuminates expressivity of Bach’s music and also possibilities of mandolin."

    1 July 7.00 p.m. in Heerde
    2 July 3.00 p.m. in Den Horn

    Mauro also will give a masterclass and a workshop in Heerde. On the program Passacaglia Pizzicata by Victor Kioulaphides and Sonata K430 by Domenico Scarlatti, arranged for plucked ensemble by Victor.

    1 July 10.30 - 1.30 p.m. masterclasses
    2.00 - 5.00 p.m. workshop

    Sebastiaan de Grebber and Alex Timmerman are so nice to giving their assistance by leading the workshop the first hour. The result of the workshop will get a place in the concert that night.

    For more information ask Margriet Greydanus, e-mail: margreyd@gmail.com

    If you are around, don't miss it!

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    Ah, if only I could fly over like a bird... What was the line from that poem, "Ik zou een vogel willen zijn..."?

    Warm regards to all my dear, dear friends who will attend. I will be with you in spirit.
    It is not man who lives, but his work. (Ioannis Kapodistrias)

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    The New York Mandolin Ensemble and L'Esperance Mandolin Ensemble from Rhode Island will join together in a concert to benefit Bank Street Head Start on March 10th at 7pm at Bank Street College of Education located at 610 West 112th Street in Manhattan. We hope to see you there. Thirty musicians playing mandolin, mandola, octave mandolin, mandocello, guitar, violin, bass and percussion will participate. Please help us spread the word by sharing this post. For reservations or to donate to the program please go to https://giving.bankstreet.edu/bankstreet-headstartClick image for larger version. 

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    Best of luck, friends! I will be in Athens until the 11th so I'm sorry to say I'll have to miss this one. Please keep posting your activities here and I'll catch up with you, sooner or later.

    Three cheers,

    Victor
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    Tamara Volskaya and her Russian Trio will perform with the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra on Sunday, May 6, at 4:00 p.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Towson, MD. (Go to Calendar and check out May 6, 2018, for the details.)

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    The New York Mandolin Ensemble will present its final concert of the season at St John Nepomucene Church which is located at 411 East 66th Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on June 9, 2018. This beautiful setting is an ideal acoustic environment for mandolins and other acoustic instruments. The program includes a variety of classical styles, and original compositions by ensemble members. Special guests include Mark Linkins the Director of the Philadelphia Mandolin Ensemble and Karyn Joaquino on piano. Admission is by donation. Click image for larger version. 

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    Carlo Aonzo Trio - "A Mandolin Journey"



    Friday, September 21 - 7:30pm – 10:00pm

    Tompkins Corners Cultural Center will present the Carlo Aonzo Trio, featuring Mr. Aonzo on mandolin, Lorenzo Piccone on guitar & vocals, and Luciano Puppo on double bass.

    Their presentation of A Mandolin Journey is a brilliant, bold and adventurous concert of a broad range of music - not only from their Italian roots, but also American and European ethnic and jazz compositions from David Grisman to Jethro Burns, Jacob do Bandolim and more.

    Aonzo says, "Often the mandolin has traveled in 3rd class, accompanying immigrants through seas and continents, inside cardboard suitcases to unknown lands. But wherever it landed it made its new dwelling by cleverly integrating with the local culture. This is confirmed by the different shapes and tunings that it took up within the various musical genres that welcomed it.

    "We present the Italian mandolin’s journey in its various traditional, renewed and reinvented aspects; a modern melting pot of music and culture. A musical map, sailing off from the strong foundations of our tradition towards other interesting and unexpected sonorous routes."

    Suggested donation is $20, students and seniors $15.

    For Tickets

    Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, 729 Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579

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    The Providence Mandolin Orchestra (PMO) will perform this coming Sunday (October 28) for the Hamilton House Sunday Afternoon Music Series, Central Congregational Church Hall, 296 Angell St (at Diman Place), in Providence RI, at 4 PM. General admission is $15, tickets at the door (children are free). Music by Hans Gal, Francisco Tarrega, Victor Kioulaphides, Joel Hobbs, Guiseppe Manente, Owen Hartford, Hidenori Yoshimizu; and a special appearance by the Brown University Mandolin & Guitar Club (with the PMO) in Robert Schultz's "Suite in D".
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    Happy to hear that, Bob. Which piece of mine are you performing? I am badly overdue with attending one of your wonderful performances again but things just keep getting in the way... We just got back from Boston/Cambridge yesterday, as a matter of fact, but our itineraries are always maxed out with obligations.

    Three cheers to you all!

    Victor
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    "Happy to hear that, Bob. Which piece of mine are you performing?"

    Peripatos. It went very well.
    Robert A. Margo

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    Good news, all around.
    It is not man who lives, but his work. (Ioannis Kapodistrias)

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