BSO at Home: Bach Project
BSO at Home: Bach Project
While artists who form the Boston Symphony Orchestra are currently unable to play together at Symphony Hall, they continue to make music as they stay at home. The musicians are taking comfort in playing music they know and love, and they are continuing to hone their skills by practicing new music and music that always presents new challenges.
Johann Sebastian Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin have special meaning for musicians and music-lovers alike. Many BSO violinists say that these pieces are central to their relationship to all music, and that each approaches the Sonatas and Partitas in unique ways as these represent the most personal aspect of a violinist’s repertoire.
Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas present extraordinary technical and musical challenges for their performers. In this wonderful offering, members of the BSO’s violin section present the complete cycle of works, with individual movements shared among a number of players. You’ll be given unique insight into their approaches and artistry with new videos uploaded weekly.
Though we can't wait to hear the BSO musicians play together again, we hope you enjoy this special and very personal musical experience of Bach's Sonatas and Partitas.
Join us for the final installment of our #BachProject! BSO violinists Wendy Putnam, Victor Romanul, and Lucia Lin present an at-home performance of Bach's Partita No 3 in E Major.
The BSO violin section continues to connect with each other through music while they practice and #stayathome. Today, BSO Violinists Jason Horowitz, Lucia Lin, and James Cooke offer a performance of Bach's Sonata No. 3 in C Major. #BSOatHome
BSO Violinists Bo Youp Hwang, Sheila Fiekowsky, and Victor Romanul continue to practice and perform music while Symphony Hall is closed. In this video, they offer a performance of Bach's Partita No. 2 in D Minor as they practice and #stayathome. #BSOatHome
BSO Violinists Catherine French, Tatiana Dimitriades, and James Cooke present an at-home performance of Bach's Sonata No. 2 in A Minor. #BSOatHome #StayatHome
In less extraordinary times, BSO Violinists Bo Youp Hwang, Julianne Lee, and Bonnie Bewick are accustomed to performing music together at Symphony Hall. Though they can't play together now, they can share this performance of Bach's Partita No. 1 in B Minor as they practice and #stayathome. #BSOatHome
BSO Violinists Julianne Lee, Lisa Kim, and Yuncong Zhang present an at-home performance of Bach's Sonata No. 1 in G minor. This piece has special meaning to many violinists who learn Bach's music as young students. #BSOatHome
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