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Lunchtime Concert Series: A Classical Duo - Works for Violin & Piano with Jennifer Lang, violin

  • The Baroque Room 275 East 4th Street #280 Saint Paul, MN 55101 USA (map)

Lunchtime Concert Series
presents
A Classical Duo: Works for Violin & Piano with Jennifer Lang, violin

Admission is FREE

with Abe Hunter, piano

Come usher in the spring with a light palette of works both fanciful and romantic. Enjoy classic favorites freshly interpreted by our expressive violin and piano duo!

PROGRAM (selected from)
Spring Sonata for Violin and Piano - Ludwig Van Beethoven
Liebesfreud - Fritz Kreisler
Romantische Stucke - Antonin Dvorak
Fantasie-Stucke - Robert Schumann
Bordel, from Tango Suite - Astor Piazzola
"Spring" from The Four Seasons - Antonio Vivaldi

Jennifer Lang earned a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance and a Bachelor of Arts in French at Oberlin Conservatory/College. From 2008-2012, Jennifer lived in Paris, France, where she taught English and violin while attending music conservatory and professional translation school. She helped found Sinfonietta Paris Chamber Orchestra (SPCO), a French non-profit arts organization showcasing young professional musicians. Most recently, Jennifer worked with local dance historian Jane Peck to create a recital program integrating baroque instruments and dance. The program was performed at the Baroque Room in February 2017. In May of 2016, Jennifer collaborated with local composer Janika Vandervelde to create an acoustical composition, KAYAK, that incorporates themes of nature and sound with violin. Jennifer performs regularly with the Minnesota Sinfonia and the Lyra Baroque Ensemble. She also serves on faculty at the St. Paul Conservatory of Music, where she teaches Suzuki violin and viola lessons and coordinates the St. Paul public school outreach program. Certified through the Permaculture Research Institute as an urban farmer, Jennifer remains engaged with community gardening efforts in the Twin Cities community. She is president of Cooperative Energy Futures, a Twin Cities-based energy cooperative with a community solar garden focus, and the author of The Art of Wellbeing: A Resource for Health and Healing.