On-Site/Off-Site Series 2021

We have one last exciting “pop up” event in this series.

About the Series

This new series of programming focuses on new and unique small-scale performances, shining a light on local artists in collaboration with Brief Cameo Productions and Ivoryton Playhouse to engage with area spaces, both traditional and unconventional. Curated by BCP Resident Music Director Jill Brunelle.

FREE and open to the public.

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LISTEN: Sanne Zwikker

September 27th @ 7:00pm
Location:  Ivoryton Playhouse

“A friend of music, is a friend of mine…”

Sanne will present different styles of classical music and different levels of virtuosity from different time periods.  The repertoire she will present includes works from Bach as well as technical master pieces from Paganini.

  1. Paganini Caprice No. 11
  2. Bach Partita No. 1 in B minor, Allemande
  3. Bach Sonata No. 1 in G minor, Adagio, Fuga, Sicilliano, Presto
  4. Paganini Caprice No. 20

Sanne Zwikker | Sonata No. 1 in G Minor – Adagio from Sanne Zwikker on Vimeo.

Sanne Zwikker is a 14-year-old Dutch-American violinist from New York City. She picked up her first violin at age of three. Later, she moved to the Greater New York area to study at the Manhattan School of Music conservatory. In 2018, Luister magazine introduced Sanne as the “young, super talented violinist from New York City”. This renown classical music magazine premiered her full performance of the Saint Saens Violin Concerto in the fall of 2020. In the summer of 2019, Sanne brought her GenZ Tour to the Netherlands where she performed her Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with sold out performances in 4 cities. Mexican-American conductor, Felipe Tristan praised her: “She is very talented and driven, and her repertoire is difficult.” In the same year, her crossover version of Bach’s 1st Sonata with world champ beatboxer, B-Art was streamed live to 100K gen Z followers. LEVEN magazine called her the “young protégée who builds bridges in the world of music”, referring to working across borders, music styles, and age groups.

Sanne Zwikker studies under the tutelage of Xiao Wang (a Curtis alumni and former student of Joseph Silverstein) and Kyung Yu (a Juilliard alumni and former student and assistant of Dorothy DeLay). During her earlier years she studied under the guidance of Carl Shugart (a Juilliard alumni and former student of Leonard Rose and Channing Robbins), in the Greater New York City area. At nine years old, she moved to Miami to study with Michael Klotz (Senior Instructor and Artist-in-Residence at Florida International University, and a Juilliard alumni and former student of Lewis Kaplan and Lynn Blakeslee). Her principle influence is Ida Haendel and Julia Fischer.

Visit her website at www.sannezwikker.com or follow her on Instagram at @SanneZwikker.

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