Meditation: Bach Sonata and Koopman for solo violin with Serena Scibelli

Episode 4 July 24, 2020 00:10:44
Meditation: Bach Sonata and Koopman for solo violin with Serena Scibelli
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Meditation: Bach Sonata and Koopman for solo violin with Serena Scibelli
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Show Notes

This episode includes a special recording from Philharmonic violinist, Serena Scibelli. After a short guided meditation, Serena performs "a little song" by Kathryn Koopman and "Sonata for Solo Violin No. 1" movements 1 and 3 (Adagio and Siciliana) by J.S. Bach.

See a video of Serena performing "a little song" here.

Music Director, Morihiko Nakahara, interviews Serena Scibelli on her performance for this episode of InTune. Read that interview on our website here.

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