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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - CONCERT VIOLINIST
    garden from time to time Raphael my wonderful dedicated hardworking husband would be playing his cello with the window open on a good gardening day Dave would come into the garden look up cock his ear towards the open window and say He s still practising You d have thought he d know how to do it by now with a wink Plato Music is a moral law It gives

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - PERSONAL TRAINER
    for Vulnerable Adults Highly Skilled Fitness Training Sound Interesting Nutritional Advice based on Good Science Regular Varied Workouts GREAT FUN and yes bring a friend Training for Small Groups up to 4 People We together address Your Wishes your Individual Goals your Needs Your Health Issues with regard to Lifestyle and Good Daily Function My qualifications are all CYQ accredited YMCA Diploma in Personal Training Level 3 Certificate Suspension Fitness

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - TEACHER
    Violin professor specialising in the art and craft of playing historical instruments This was my first toe in the water of teaching that what to me was a relatively new and very complex thing the baroque violin Shortly after I was invited to take the same position at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Den Haag the Netherlands on Baroque Violin where I remained for 15 years I am now once more very happy to be affiliated with the Royal Academy of Music in London I have been the string teacher at Meisterkurs Klang und Raum Klang und Raum in Kloster Irsee for a very happy 7 years and have taught all over the world in different masterclass situations individual lessons and courses The where of all this For example Curtis Institute in Boston Berkeley School of Music California Oberlin College Ohio University of Boulder Colorado Eastman School of Music in Rochester NY Cornell University NY Denver University California Summer Music Monterey Banff Centre Canada McGill University Montreal Edmonton University Music Department Alberta Canada Australian National Academy of Music Melbourne Sydney Conservatorium of Music University of Melbourne Music Department Prize Winners Bach week in Hannover Zurich Hochschule fur Musik Shan

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - CD RELEASES
    Concerto in E flat major da camera Op 4 No 10 Locatelli Concerto in E major Op 3 No 4 Locatelli Concerto in E minor Op 3 No 8 Locatelli Concerto in F major à immitazione de Corni da Caccia Op 4 No 8 Locatelli Concerto in F major Op 3 No 10 Locatelli Concerto in F major Op 3 No 3 Locatelli Concerto in F major Op 4 No 12 Locatelli Concerto in F major RV574 Vivaldi Concerto in G major Op 3 No 9 Locatelli Concerto in G major Op 4 No 9 Locatelli Concerto in G minor Op 3 No 6 Locatelli Concerto No 2 in G minor Durante Concerto No 8 in A major La Pazzia Durante Fantasia in B flat major Matteis Fugue in G minor BWV1026 Bach Introduttione in B flat major Op 4 No 3 Locatelli Introduttione in C major Op 4 No 6 Locatelli Introduttione in D major Op 4 No 1 Locatelli Introduttione in D major Op 4 No 5 Locatelli Introduttione in F major Op 4 No 2 Locatelli Introduttione in G major Op 4 No 4 Locatelli Musica grave Matteis Wallfisch Mystery Rosary Sonatas Biber Partita No 1 in B minor BWV1002 Bach Partita No 2 in D minor BWV1004 Bach Partita No 3 in E major BWV1006 Bach Passacaglia in G minor Movement of Mystery Rosary Sonatas Biber Pastorale ad libitum Chédeville Rondo for violin and strings in A minor D438 Schubert Scaramuccia Matteis Wallfisch Sinfonia in F major Pergolesi Sonata for violin and harpsichord No 1 in B minor BWV1014 Bach Sonata for violin and harpsichord No 3 in E major BWV1016 Bach Sonata for violin and harpsichord No 4 in C minor BWV1017 Bach Sonata for violin and harpsichord No 5 in F minor BWV1018 Bach Sonata for violin and harpsichord No 6 in G major BWV1019 Bach Sonata in A major Pergolesi Sonata in A major RV31 Vivaldi Sonata in B minor RV36 Vivaldi Sonata in C major RV1 Vivaldi Sonata in D minor RV14 Vivaldi Sonata in F major RV20 Vivaldi Sonata in G minor RV27 Vivaldi Sonata No 1 in G minor BWV1001 Bach Sonata No 2 in A minor BWV1003 Bach Sonata No 3 in C major BWV1005 Bach Sonata quarta in D major Schmelzer Wallfisch String Sonata No 1 in G major Rossini String Sonata No 2 in A major Rossini String Sonata No 3 in C major Rossini String Sonata No 4 in B flat major Rossini String Sonata No 5 in E flat major Rossini String Sonata No 6 in D major Rossini Suite I Westhoff Suite II Westhoff Suite IV Westhoff Suite V Westhoff Suite VI Westhoff Violin Concerto in B flat major Op 1 Libro 3 No 12 Tartini Violin Concerto in C major Tartini Violin Concerto in D major D15 Tartini Violin Concerto in F major Linley Violin Concerto in F major D58 Tartini Violin Concerto in G major Shaw Violin Concerto in G minor D85

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - FORTHCOMING PLANS/ENGAGEMENTS
    June July Banff Centre Masterclass July Figaro at Weikersheim Oper aktuell October Tour of Israel playing the Sextets of Brahms with Raphael Wallfisch Hagai Shaham and Friends November Recital at Greenwich Early Music Festival and Exhibition November Oberlin Fortepiano Trio visit Masterclass Project Day Royal Academy of Music December Hunt Family Memorial Fund Concert Melbourne Australia 2016 February Jacobs School of Music Bloomingon Indiana USA with Stanley Ritchie and Mimi

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - THE BEETHOVEN SONATAS
    many more harpsichordists than fortepiano players and among period performers on the violin most specialize in the Baroque period few venture beyond Mozart Elizabeth Wallfisch and David Breitman have been exploring the classical repertoire together since 2003 performing sonatas by Mozart and Beethoven as well as trios by Beethoven Schubert and Mendelssohn with cellist Jaap ter Linden The special rapport that they share as well as their love for this literature has inspired them to seek out performance opportunities throughout the world culminating in a plan to record the complete set Historical instruments and the historical playing techniques that go with them shed new light on these masterpieces Beethoven called them Sonatas for Piano with Violin not as they can seem in a conventional violin recital violin solos with piano accompaniment Paradoxically the much larger sound of the modern piano tends to recede behind the violin while the smaller but brighter sound of the fortepiano encourages a more equal partnership The violin especially when vibrato is used sparingly can easily weave in and out of the texture shifting quickly between a soloistic and accompanimental role The Piano as it developed from opus 12 to opus 96 Another aspect of the cycle is the way the pieces track the evolution of the piano during Beethoven s lifetime The three sonatas op 12 take perfect advantage of the light brilliance of the Stein pianos he knew from his youth in Bonn and continued to play in his early years in Vienna In the subsequent pieces one senses Beethoven exploring the limits of the five octave piano just as builders such as Walter and Streicher were expanding the compass and dynamic range of their instruments The last sonata op 96 is from Beethoven s last creative period and makes use of the extended range available at that time Programmes PROGRAM 1 Sonata no 1 in D major op 12 no 1 Sonata no 8 in G major op 30 no 3 Sonata no 9 in A major op 47 Kreutzer PROGRAM 2 Sonata no 2 in A major op 12 no 2 Sonata no 3 in E flat major op 12 no 3 Sonata no 6 in A major op 30 no 1 Sonata no 7 in C minor op 30 no 2 PROGRAM 3 Sonata no 4 in A minor op 23 Sonata no 5 in F major op 24 Spring Sonata no 10 in G major op 96 Other arrangements of the sonatas are possible with for example one shorter program suitable for a noontime concert Elizabeth Wallfisch Violin David Breitman Fortepiano Let me introduce you to David DAVID BREITMAN FORTEPIANO David Breitman Fortepiano David Breitman is equally at home with the fortepiano and the modern piano and in the roles of soloist and collaborator The 2008 09 season included performances of Beethoven s Fourth Concerto on both historical Tuscaloosa Alabama and modern pianos Carmel California as well as sonatas and trios at Hatchlands Surrey UK home of the renowned Cobbe

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - OBERLIN FORTEPIANO TRIO
    not a whiff of the schoolroom in the results In their hands the old instruments and approaches to rhetoric rubato portamento and vibrato have the ring of authority Comprised of three of the world s foremost interpreters of music on period instruments the Oberlin Fortepiano Trio was formed in 2003 following a chance meeting in the hallowed halls of the Conservatoire of Den Haag So thrilled were the players with the musical results of this encounter that they decided to undertake their first tour of the United States in 2005 This was followed the next year by another American tour when they played in Michigan New York State and Ohio And the rest is history The Oberlin Fortepiano Trio is arguably the finest trio of its kind in the world today embodying a kind of period instrument super group Elizabeth Wallfisch Sebastian Comberti and David Breitman are each at the top of their field in the performance of music on original instruments and when great players like these perform together sparks really do fly In January 2015 the Oberlin Fortepiano Trio are touring in Japan Hong Kong and Singapore Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives thinks and invents Beethoven BEETHOVEN TRIOS OPUS 1 Beethoven advertised his first published work 3 trios for piano violin and cello in May of 1795 For the price of one ducat subscribers would receive their scores directly from the publisher two months before the music became available to the general public at a higher price At the first run through of the pieces at Prince Lichnowski s Beethoven s teacher Joseph Haydn praised the first two but advised Beethoven against publishing number three Beethoven was incensed because he thought it was the best one and history has come down on his

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  • Elizabeth Wallfisch - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
    space with only the voice of the violin to tell the stories of the past SImply Bach Programme 1 Solo Sonata no 1 in G minor Partita no 1 in B minor Solo Sonata no 2 in A minor Programme 2 Partita no 3 in E major Sonata no 3 in C Major Partita no 2 in D minor Birds Bees Caprices Fantasies Love Songs Telemann Fantasie no 1 for solo violin Schmelzer Sonata Quarta from Sonate per Unarum Fidium sonatas for one violin Balzhar Divisions on the Folk song John Come Kiss from the collection by Playford the Division Violin Locatelli Il Labyirinto Armonico the harmonic Labyrinth The first Capriccio from his concerto no 12 op3 Titled Facilus aditus difficilus exitus easy to enter difficult to exit interval Telemann Fantasie no 12 for solo violin Schmelzer Sonata Sesta Il Cucu from Sonate per Unarum Fidium Greensleeves from Playford s the Division Violin Biber Passacalia no 16 from the Mystery Sonatas IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE MUSIC Of the first suites for solo violin Westhoff suite in A major Of the first Fantasias for solo violin Telemann Fantasia in C major Of the invention story telling of Tartini Motto Sonata senti lo mare listen to the sea Of the greatest teacher of his time Geminiani Compositione no 13 in E minor from the Art of Playing on the Violin interval Of an unknown genius of the violin Paris 1770 Guillemain Un Amusement pour violon seul Andantino with 4 Variations Of the last laugh Paganini the Devil s Laugh Caprice no 13 in Bb major Of the dancing master Johann Sebastian Bach Partita in D Minor TWO LOVELY EVENINGS Bach Partita no 3 in E Major Prelude Loure Gavotte Menuet 1 and 2 Bourree Gigue Matteis Fantasia in Bb from Ayrs

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