STRATA evokes the layers of musical conversation seen in chamber music + the diversity of venue and repertoire experienced through these concerts. The first of The Symphony’s 2020-2021 SFS Strata series brings you an afternoon of uplifting chamber music featuring five Symphony principals performing works by Camille Saint-Saëns, Hannah Lash, Maurice Ravel, and Ludwig Van Beethoven.
David Felberg, Violin
Nicolle Maniaci, Violin
Kim Frednburgh, Viola
Dana Winograd, Cello
Anne Eisfeller, Harp
Fantasie for Violin and Harp
Filigree in Textile
Pavane for Cello and Harp
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
String Quartet No. 10 in E-flat Major, op.74, “Harp”
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David Felberg, violin
Praised by The Santa Fe New Mexican for his “fluid phrases, rich focused tone, rhythmic precision, and spot-on intonation,” violinist David Felberg, an Albuquerque native, is Concertmaster of The Santa Fe Symphony, Associate Concertmaster of the New Mexico Philharmonic, and performs with Santa Fe Pro Musica. He is also the Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Chatter, a groundbreaking series exploring both new and old music, and producing over 60 performances per year.
Nicolle Maniaci, violin
Nicolle Maniaci is Principal Violin II of The Santa Fe Symphony and is a founding a member of the Eleganza String Quartet and Chamisa Chamber Players. She was born in Long Island, NY and moved out to NM with her parents in 1974. She grew up in the Albuquerque Youth Symphony Program while studying violin with Kathie Jarrett and received her music degree from the University of New Mexico, studying with Mr. Leonard Felberg.
Dana Winograd, cello
Originally from Los Angeles, cellist Dana Winograd received her Bachelor and Master of Music Performance degrees from the Juilliard School in New York, where she studied with Harvey Shapiro and Channing Robbins, as well as members of the Juilliard String Quartet for chamber music. After graduation, Winograd led an active freelance career in New York City
Kim Fredenburgh, viola
Kimberly Fredenburgh is Professor of Viola and Head of the String Area at the University of New Mexico where she teaches private viola students, classes in orchestral audition preparation and coaches chamber music ensembles. Ms. Fredenburgh is Principal Violist of the Santa Fe Symphony and the Santa Fe ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, and is Acting Principal of the New Mexico Philharmonic.
Anne Eisfeller, harp
Anne Eisfeller has been principal harpist of The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus since its first season. A native of Illinois, she began piano lessons at the age of eight, and by the time she was fourteen was studying flute and harp as well. Anne received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in harp from Indiana University, where she studied with Peter Eagle and was his teaching assistant. After college, she played with the National Symphony of El Salvador, and then moved to New Mexico ...
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Beethoven’s five middle-period quartets proved difficult for audiences from the very beginning, but the exception is the lovely Quartet in E-flat Major, Opus 74, composed in 1809 and long nicknamed the “Harp.” …