Graduate Recital: Andrew Hatfield, baroque violin, "Sonate, que me veux-tu?! Desperate, Angelic, and Capricious Violin Sonatas of the 17th and 18th Centuries"

Andrew Hatfield (HPP)
Saturday, March 25, 2023

4:00 PM
Florence Harkness Memorial Chapel
Free and open to the public

Event Details/Summary

Program coming soon!

This program will feature Farina’s Sonata Desperata, Rebel’s très gay Caprice, Biber’s Guardian Angel Passacaglia, some spectacular Leclair variations, and a rarely played Bach sonata. 

Historical violinist Andrew Hatfield is pursuing a DMA at Case Western Reserve University, where he studies with Julie Andrijeski. In addition to his work at CWRU, Andrew has presented on performers' agency in university ensemble auditions at the 2019 Oxford Conducting Institute Conducting Studies Conference, performed at the 2018 Musicking Conference at University of Oregon, and presented on historical tunings and temperaments at Marywood University in 2021.

As a performer, Andrew earned his violin performance from Michigan State University, where he served as concertmaster of the MSU Concert and Opera Orchestras, member of the new music ensemble Musique21, and concertmaster for many theatre productions, including the premier of Dr. Fox and the Impossible Cure for Death in 2019. Andrew also performed regularly with the Midland, Traverse, and Southwest Michigan symphony orchestras and served as violinist and violist at the 2019 College Light Opera Company and Highfield Philharmonic in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

CWRU Music Concert Series

This performance is part of the CWRU Music Concert Series. These events are free and open to the public. Can't be with us in person? No problem! View the livestream channel below on concert day. 

Live Stream in Harkness Chapel

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