Las Vegas Philharmonic
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Las Vegas Philharmonic: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons


Listen to the performance on Classical 89.7 on Saturday, August 1 at 2 p.m.


Antonio Stradivari is said to have produced the world’s best sounding violins and 300 years later, Stradivari is held up as the best of the best – unmatched in sound quality and artistic power. The Las Vegas Philharmonic and five celebrated soloists graced the stage with five Stradivarius violins for this memorable performance featuring works by C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach and Vivaldi, including his most famous masterpiece, the Four Seasons.

CPE BACH   Sinfonia in G Major

VIVALDI   Concerto for 4 Violins

   (Cho-Liang Lin, Margaret Batjer, Adele Anthony, Eugene Drucker, violins) 

BACH   Concerto for 2 Violins

   (Eugene Drucker and Adele Anthony, violins)

BACH   Concerto for 3 Violins

   (Cho-Liang Lin, Margaret Batjer, De Ann Letourneau, violins) 

VIVALDI Four Seasons:   

   Spring - Eugene Drucker, violin

   Summer - Margaret Batjer, violin

   Autumn - Adele Anthony, violin 

               Winter - Cho-Liang Lin, violin

Recorded January 2019

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