ECCO
Shai Wosner, piano

Friday, October 29, 2021 - 7:30 PM
Church of the Holy Trinity

Church of the Holy Trinity

1904 Walnut Street Learn More

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About This Performance

The eminent, Israeli-born pianist Shai Wosner joins forces with ECCO—an ensemble featuring 17 leading soloists and chamber musicians of today’s younger generation, many of whom are principals in major American orchestras as well as leaders of internationally renowned quartets. Their collaborative program melds the baroque and contemporary, interspersing Bach concertos with compelling new works by Brett Dean, Andrew Norman, and ECCO violinist Michi Wiancko.

Bach: Keyboard Concerto in F Minor, BWV 1056
Dean: Approach: Prelude to a Canon  Philadelphia Premiere
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, BWV 1051
Norman: Gran Turismo
Bach: Bourée from English Suite in A Minor, BWV 807
M. Wiancko: Blue Bourée
Bach: Keyboard Concerto in D Major, BWV 1054

The Artist(s)

ECCO
ECCO
The critically acclaimed East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO) is a collective of dynamic like-minded artists who convene for select periods each year to explore musical works and perform concerts of the highest artistic quality. Drawing from some of the world's finest orchestras, chamber groups, and young soloists, ECCO strives for vitality and musical integrity; a self-governing organization,… Read More
Shai Wosner, piano
Pianist Shai Wosner has attracted international recognition for his exceptional artistry, musical integrity, and creative insight. His performances of a broad range of repertoire—from Beethoven and Schubert to Ligeti and the music of today—reflect a degree of virtuosity and intellectual curiosity that has made him a favorite among audiences and critics, who note his “keen musical mind and deep musical soul” (NPR’s All Things Considered).… Read More

Videos

Introducing ECCO
ECCO plays Mozart's Symphony No. 29, K. 201
WHAT YOU'LL HEAR