Upcoming Meeting

May 8, 2021, 1:00 PT 

Lisette Kielson, presented by OCRS

 

Lisette KIelson

A Passacaille, a Plaintif, and a bit of Paisible: a virtual duo playing session with Lisette Kielson.

Lisette Kielson will be leading us for the OCRS/SCRS joint Zoom Recorder Meeting on Saturday, May 8th with French dances by Boismortier and Chèdeville along with sonata movements by French transplant Jacques (James) Paisible. The levity and gravement of these duos provide a point of departure for work on articulation and technique as well as musical style and expression. You’ll have the opportunity to play the same part with Lisette, the alternate duet line, or both (as there will be time to switch parts)! Geared toward intermediate and above SAT recorders and treble instruments. Pitch: A=440

The session will start at 1:00 pm with setup and sound check with Lisette and participants can then login beginning at 1:15 pm Pacific Time

Based in Central Illinois, Lisette Kielson performs as soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player throughout the Midwest. Past President of the ARS and former Director of Bradley University’s Collegium Musicum, Lisette teaches on the faculty of the Whitewater Early Music Festival, serves as Music Director of the ARS Chicago Chapter, and leads workshops and masterclasses throughout the country (via her new best friend, Zoom)! Lisette holds Bachelor and Master Degrees in flute performance from Indiana University and a post-master’s Diploma in recorder performance from The Royal Conservatory of The Hague Throughout the Midwest, Lisette has had the honor and pleasure of performing with, among others, Chicago Recorder Quartet, L’Ensemble Portique, the Lyric Opera of Chicago (stage band recorder soloist), Chicago Opera Theater, Haymarket Opera Company, Music of the Baroque, Madison Bach Musicians, and at the Bach Institute at Valparaiso University, Early Music Missouri, Madison Early Music Festival, Peoria Bach Festival, Chicago’s Bach Week Festival, and with many Chicago-area early music ensembles.
Lisette has released recordings of Bach and Boismortier with Centaur Records as well as CDs of Telemann and others under her own label. Her recordings are played nationally and have received enthusiastic reviews from American Recorder, American Record Guide, and Audio Video Club of Atlanta.
For more information <LisetteKielson.com>

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