Community Barn Lecture-Discussion about Practice – 2018

Arturo Delmoni and Peter Sanders will offer tips and stories about practicing, studying and playing from their careers as musicians, students and music teachers on July 1, 2018 at 10AM at Community Barn Ventures. Delmoni and Sanders are world-renouned soloists, recording artists, community organizers, chamber musicians, orchestra members, and teachers.

Arturo Delmoni and Peter Sanders Speakeasy – on practice
Sunday, July 1, 2018 10-12 AM
Community Barn Ventures
44 Main Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

ARTURO DELMONI, VIOLINIST – Violinist Arturo Delmoni’s remarkably distinctive violin playing embodies the romantic warmth of the great virtuosi of the golden age of violin playing. Audiences everywhere have fallen under the spell of his technical mastery and immediate emotional communication. His stylish, elegant interpretations of classical masterpieces have earned him critical acclaim in the United States and abroad. Arturo has appeared as a recitalist throughout the United States and in Europe, the Middle East, Japan, and Hong Kong. Arturo received his first violin lessons at age four, and soon came to the attention of Dorothy DeLay of the Juilliard School. His public career had already begun with recitals and a network television appearance when he entered Juilliard as a Naumburg scholarship student. He continued his studies with Miss DeLay, Ivan Galamian, and with Josef Gingold during summers at the Meadowmount School. After graduation from Juilliard, Arturo studied with Jascha Heifetz at the University of Southern California’s Institute for Special Musical Studies, and with Nathan Milstein. He took honors in the Dealey, Flagler, Viña del Mar, Kennedy-Rockefeller, and Leventritt competitions. As a chamber musician, he has performed with illustrious colleagues such as Pinchas Zukerman, Elmar Oliveira, Emanuel Ax, Nathaniel Rosen, Jon Kimura Parker, Jeffrey Kahane, and Dudley Moore. Arturo is Concert Master of the New York City Ballet Orchestra and has appeared with the St. Louis, Dallas, Jupiter, the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston; the California Chamber Symphony; the Rhode Island, Brooklyn, Boston, Omaha, and Kansas City Philharmonics; and the Boston Pops. Arturo Delmoni also serves on the violin faculty of the prestigious Meadowmount School.

PETER SANDERS, CELLIST, is a New Yorker and a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.  Mr. Sanders is a member of the New York City Ballet Orchestra (for which he serves as principal cellist), principal cello for the New Philharmonic of New Jersey and performs with the Riverside Symphony, the Stamford Symphony and has performed and recorded as a guest artist with the Perspectives Ensemble.  He has toured Southeast Asia twice with the New York Symphonic Ensemble and as concerto soloist with the group performed in concerts in Taipei and Singapore.  He is Artistic Director of the Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival, which had its inaugural season in 1993.  Mr. Sanders was a winner of the 1998 Artists International Award as a member of the Hollaender Ensemble and is currently a member of the Ariadne Trio.  He has participated in many summer festivals including the Colorado Music Festival, Skaneateles Festival, Crested Butte Chamber Music Festival, Eastern Music Festival (faculty position), Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival, Lancaster Festival, Ohio (where he was principal cello from 1992-98), Windham Chamber Music Festival and this summer with the Sherman Chamber Ensemble. As a studio musician Mr. Sanders has recorded for a variety of popular artists including Pat Metheny, Jewel, Kathie Lee Gifford and Carlinhos Brown.  He can be heard on the Delos, Muse, Bridge, RCA Victor-Red Seal, New World and On the Lamb labels.

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