David Schrader

Spanish & Mexican Music for the Harpsichord and  Clavichord

FREE CONCERT

Details

Tuesday, October 29
Chicago Public Library, Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
ADMISSION: FREE CONCERT
CONCERT: 6:30PM

Synopsis, Program & Biography

Synopsis:

David Schrader will present a concert of Spanish and Mexican music for the harpsichord and the clavichord.

Program:

Spanish & Mexican Music for the Harpsichord and the Clavichord

Antonio de Cabezon (1510-1566)
Pavana con su glosa                           
Diferencias sobre las vacas
Tiento del octavo tono

Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1583/4-1654)
Tiento del cuarto tono al modo de cancion      
Tiento del noveno tono
Diferencias sobre las vacas

 Luis de Narvaez (fl. 1530-50)
Fantasia de consonancia del quinto tono         

David Schrader  (b. 1952)
Improvisacion en stilo Iberoamericano            

 Antonio Soler  (1729-1783)
Sonata en re menor                                       
Sonata en f mayor

Biography:

Equally at home in front of a harpsichord, organ, piano, or fortepiano, David Schrader is “truly an extraordinary musician..(who) brings not only the unfailing right technical approach to each of these different instruments, but always an imaginative, fascinating musicality to all of them” (Norman Pelligrini, WFMT, Chicago). A performer of wide ranging interests and accomplishments, Schrader has appeared with the Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, and Colorado Symphonies, and appeared as a soloist at four national conventions of the American Guild of Organists. He has also performed at the prestigious Irving Gilmore Keyboard Festival (playing separate concerts on organ, harpsichord, and clavichord) and at the Ravinia Festival; Aspen Music Festival; and as soloist and conductor at the Woodstock (Illinois) Mozart Festival.