Hailed by the New York Times for her “rich tone” and “virtuosic panache,” violinist Francesca Anderegg delivers insightful accounts of contemporary and classical music. Through her inventive programming, active composer collaborations, and precise yet impassioned interpretations, Anderegg has earned renown as a musical explorer of the first order. “This was playing that had it all — taste, mastery, sensuality.” – Norman Lebrecht, The Arts Journal.

Anderegg kicked off her Fall season with a series of dates at St. Olaf College and at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where she offered a recital and a master class as well. She also performed a recital for the Hampden-Sydney Music Series in Virginia, performing her “Contemporary Voices from Latin America” program.

Next up, Anderegg heads to Canada, performing her “Songs of Solitude” solo violin recital program for the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society, and for the Wilfrid Laurier University, where she also offers a master class to students.

And looking forward, Anderegg performs winter/spring recitals in New York, Chicago, and tours with the Ladyslipper Ensemble.

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Watch Anderegg perform the Mozart Sonata for Violin and Piano K. 454 (below) in a live performance from Brazil earlier this year, and watch her perform Bach’s Partita No. 1.

Browse Anderegg’s Ariel artist page (where you can listen to more videos and audio clips).

Follow Francesca Anderegg on Facebook and visit her website, www.francescaanderegg.com.

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Posted on November 12th, 2015 by Emily Motherwell

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