Concert View_ Guy Fishman, cello & Ian Watson, harpsichord

Rockport Music’s Concert View virtual series presents cellist Guy Fishman and harpsichordist Ian Watson, both of The Handel and Haydn Society, for a Baroque program of works by Frescobaldi, Gabrielli, Scarlatti and more. 0:13 D. GABRIELLI: Sonata in G major…

Concert View_ Guy Fishman, cello & Ian Watson, harpsichord

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Rockport Music’s Concert View virtual series presents cellist Guy Fishman and harpsichordist Ian Watson, both of The Handel and Haydn Society, for a Baroque program of works by Frescobaldi, Gabrielli, Scarlatti and more.

0:13 D. GABRIELLI: Sonata in G major
6:58 D. GABRIELLI: Ricercar for solo cello, No. 1 & No. 5
10:57 JACCHINI: Sonata in C major, Op. 3, No. 10
20:55 FRESCOBALDI: Canzona quinta detta la Tromboncina
24:14 FRESCOBALDI: Canzona ottava detta l’Ambitiosa
27:53 BÖDDECKER: Sonata sopra la Monica
35:16 HAYM: Sonata in A minor
39:53 SCARLATTI: Sonata in C major

Rockport Music-Shalin Liu Performance Center
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ABOUT GUY FISHMAN AND IAN WATSON
Two principal players from the Handel & Haydn Society join forces for a delightful evening of Baroque music. Guy Fishman is active as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, and orchestral player. He is principal cellist of Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society, with which he made his Symphony Hall solo debut in 2005, and is in demand as an early music specialist in the United States and Europe, performing in recital and with The Arcadia Players, El Mundo, Aston Magna, The Boston Classical Trio, among others. An active educator, Fishman holds positions at the New England Conservatory of Music and several Boston-area universities. In addition, Fishman is a Fulbright Fellow, and spent his fellowship year in Amsterdam studying with famed cellist Anner Bylsma.

A highly accomplished pianist, harpsichordist and conductor, the British-born Ian Watson has forged a reputation as one of the world’s leading period-piece musicians. Watson, who is currently the artistic director of the esteemed Arcadia Players, has played with most of the leading British orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, English Chamber Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Academy of Ancient Music, English Baroque Soloists and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields among others. In addition to appearing on nearly 200 broadcasts and recordings, including as solo pianist on a recent award-winning CD’s with Renée Fleming and the English Chamber Orchestra, he is featured on many film soundtracks including Amadeus, Casper, Polanski’s Death and the Maiden, Mr. Holland’s Opus, Restoration and Cry the Beloved Country.

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