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Bach, Clyne, Stravinsky, Rameau

Bicket Conducts Bach Concertos


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Harry Bicket, conductor

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6
  Charles Pikler, viola
  Li-Kuo Chang, viola
Clyne Prince of Clouds [CSO Co-Commission]
  Jennifer Koh, violin
  Jaime Laredo, violin
Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat Major for Chamber Orchestra (Dumbarton Oaks) 
Bach Oboe d’amore Concerto in A Major, BWV 1055
  Scott Hostetler, oboe d’amore
Bach Concerto for Two Violins
  Jennifer Koh, violin
  Jaime Laredo, violin
Originally recorded at concerts on December 13, 14, 15 and 18, 2012

Rameau Suite from Les Boreádes
Originally recorded at concerts on May 22, 23, 24 and 27, 2008



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Bio - Harry Bicket

Renowned as an opera and concert conductor of distinction, Harry Bicket is especially noted for his interpretation of baroque and classical repertoire and became Artistic Director of The English Concert in 2007. Read more >

Bio - Anna Clyne

Anna Clyne is a composer of acoustic and electro-acoustic music, combining resonant soundscapes with propelling textures that weave, morph and collide in dramatic explosions. Her work, which includes collaborative projects with cutting-edge choreographers, filmmakers, visual artists and musicians, has been commissioned and performed worldwide. Read more >

Bio - Scott Hostetler

Scott Hostetler joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra oboe section in 2002. In 2008, he was appointed to the english horn position by principal conductor Bernard Haitink.
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Bio - Jennifer Koh

Violinist Jennifer Koh is recognized for her intense, commanding performances, delivered with dazzling virtuosity and technical assurance. With an impassioned musical curiosity, she is forging an artistic path of her own devising, choosing works that both inspire and challenge. Read more >

Bio - Jaime Laredo

Performing for over five decades before audiences across the globe, Jaime Laredo has excelled in the multiple roles of soloist, conductor, recitalist, pedagogue, and chamber musician. Read more >

Clyne - Prince of Clouds

Prince of Clouds is Anna Clyne’s first concerto. For a composer known for her love of collaboration, this double concerto is an extended family affair that links many strands in Clyne’s own life. Read more >

Stravinsky - Concerto in E-flat Major for Chamber Orchestra (Dumbarton Oaks)

A magnificent Federal-style house, Dumbarton Oaks sits on the crest of a wooded valley near Washington, D.C. Read more >

Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 6

Bach went to Berlin, apparently for the first time, in 1719, on an expenseaccount shopping trip, to buy a new, state-of-the-art harpsichord for his patron in Cöthen, a small, remote, rural town sometimes dismissively called “Cow Cöthen.” Read more >

Bach - Oboe d’amore Concerto in A Major, BWV 1055

A great deal of Bach’s music survives, but, incredibly, there’s much more that didn’t. Christoph Wolff, today’s finest Bach biographer, speculates that over two hundred compositions from the Weimar years are lost, and that just 15 to 20 percent of Bach’s output from his subsequent time in Cöthen has survived. Read more >

Bach - Concerto for Two Violins

This concerto is the only surviving one by Bach for two solo violins. Read more >