2022 PS Julia Harlow
St. Michael's Church
71 Broad Street
Charleston, SC 29401
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MICAH GANGWER, violin DAVID HUNT, viola da gamba
Prelude in F (unmeasured) Louis Couperin
Sonata Representativa (Olmütz, Moravia, 1669) Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
Allegro – Nachtigal – CuCu – Frosch – Allegro, Die Henne – (1644–1704)
Der Hahn – Presto – Adagio, Die Wachtel – Die Katz –
Musketier Marsch – Allemande
Pièces de viole du troisième Livre (Paris, 1711) Marin Marais
Suite en re majeur: Chaconne (1656–1728)
Sonata N° 1 in D minor (Paris, 1707) Élisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre
[Adagio] – Presto – Adagio – Aria – Presto (1665–1729)
Praeludium in D minor, BuxWV 140 Dieterich Buxtehude
Two Church Sonatas, arr. Zsigmond Szathmary Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
No. 1 in E-flat major, K. 67 (1756–1791)
No. 5 in F major, K. 145
Prelude and Fugue in D major, BWV 532 Johann Sebastian Bach
Dr. Julia Harlow is Director of Music/Organist at Second Presbyterian Church in Charleston, organist for Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Synagogue and teaches organ and harpsichord privately and at The College of Charleston. Her Bachelor of Music degree (organ) is from the University of Iowa and masters (Early Keyboard Performance) and doctoral (DMA, organ) degrees are from the University of Oregon in Eugene.
Micah Gangwer is the Assistant Concertmaster of the Charleston Symphony and Concertmaster of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra. He attended Miami University for his undergraduate degree in violin performance, and the University of Oklahoma and University of South Carolina for graduate school.
David Hunt is a native of Seneca, SC, and has been in love with the viola da gamba since 2007. He studied privately with Gail Ann Schroeder in Asheville, NC, and Jane Hershey at Longy Conservatory in Cambridge, MA, where he completed a master’s degree and Artist Diploma in 2016.
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