Francesca will perform a complete cycle of the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by J.S. Bach. These monumental works showcase the expressive pontential of the violin through complex counterpoint, singing melodies and lively dances. In the first program, on November 4, 2018, Francesca will perform the ornate Partita No. 1 in B minor: a series of elegant Baroque dances, each of which contains a "Double" or variation on the original movement. She will also perform the iconic Sonata No. 3 in C major, known for its writing influenced by Bach's expertise as an organist. This concert will be followed by another, in 2019, where Francesca will perform the remaining three Sonatas and Partitas in the cycle.
This concert is the conclusion of a complete cycle of the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by J.S. Bach. These monumental works showcase the expressive potential of the violin through complex counterpoint, singing melodies and lively dances. In the second program, on November 3, 2019, Francesca will perform the remaining three Sonatas and Partitas, including the imposing Chaconne and the light and graceful Partita No. 3 in E major.
Francesca Anderegg will be in residence at the Orquestra Festival del Mar, an orchestral training institute and retreat in Puntarenas, Costa Rica, hosted by the University of Costa Rica. She will teach masterclasses and perform as violin soloist with the festival orchestra.
Francesca Anderegg, along with local star Clara Osowski, performs on this portrait concert for Reinaldo Moya (resident composer of the Schubert Club). Francesca will be joined by Venezuelan clarinetist Jorge Montilla and pianist Matthew McCright for a world premiere trio by Reinaldo Moya, on the Schubert Club Courtroom Concert Series.
Anderegg performs a program of Vivaldi, Handel and Bach with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra in their season closing concert.
Francesca Anderegg is joined by pianist Brent Funderburk on their program Wild Cities which surveys the broad scope of new American music for violin and piano. This performance is the final stop on the duo's Wild Cities album release tour.
Francesca Anderegg is joined by pianist Brent Funderburk on their program Wild Cities that surveys the broad scope of new American music for violin and piano. The program is the second stop on the Wild Cities album release tour.
Francesca Anderegg and Brent Funderburk are going on tour to the South to celebrate the release of their critically acclaimed album, Wild Cities. The first stop in the tour is at Lincoln Memorial University.
Francesca Anderegg and Matthew McCright present Latin American music at Carleton College as part of the Music Department's Artist Series, featuring tangos of Piazzolla, music of Reinaldo Moya, Ginastera, Villa-Lobos, and Revueltas.