Thursday, February 22, 7:30 pm
The Kosciuszko Foundation

Harpsichord Recital: J. S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations

Perhaps more myth than fact, Bach supposedly wrote the Goldberg Variations for his student Johann Goldberg to play during Count Keyserling’s insomniac nights. The thirty-two galant-style movements, rich in contrasts, are variations on the bass line’s chord progressions. Concert and CD reviews all commend the young Spanish performer’s expressive and fluid interpretation.

“Before us is a work of colossal architecture that is a culmination of contrapuntal conception. Cleanliness of the sound is simply exceptional. The soloist presents a thorough exercise of clarification which translates to high doses of subtlety.” —Alejo Palau, Melomano de Oro Award

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Individual Tickets
General Admission: $35

Season Subscriptions
1 ticket to all 3 concerts: $85