Filmed on location at Cradle Valley Farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

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We invite you to immerse yourselves in the music of Johann Sebastian Bach as we share with you the complete Goldberg Variations arranged for string trio, featuring violinist Siwoo Kim, violist Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt and cellist Michelle Djokic. This concert was filmed and recorded at The Barn in Cradle Valley and is especially meaningful to all of us. It is under this roof that we embarked on our journey to understand each other’s hearts through the possibilities of music.

Film Premieres on February 21, 2021 at 5pm, EST

This premiere will be free to the public, however, any small amount that you feel comfortable contributing towards our continuing efforts to bring chamber music to the public will be greatly appreciated. 

Concordia Chamber Players

at Cradle Valley Farm

February 21, 2021

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We invite you to immerse yourselves in the music of Johann Sebastian Bach as we share with you the complete Goldberg Variations arranged for string trio, featuring violinist Siwoo Kim, violist Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt and cellist Michelle Djokic.

This concert was filmed and recorded at The Barn in Cradle Valley, a place which is especially meaningful to all of us. It is under this roof that we embarked on our journey to understand each other’s hearts through the possibilities of music.

Program:

Johann Sebastian Bach, Goldberg Variations, BWV 988

Aria and 30 Variations 

arranged for string trio by Dimitry Sitkovetsky

This film is free to the public, however, any small amount that you feel comfortable contributing towards our continuing efforts to bring chamber music to the public will be greatly appreciated. 

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A Short History of Cradle Valley Farm

Cradle Valley Farm dates back to 1702 when the property was conveyed by William Penn, and then acquired by Henry Paxson. The first fieldstone structures were built in 1730 with most of the stone coming from the fields and quarry that are still part of the farm. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places in the Aquetong Valley Historic District and preserved along with 1,200 contiguous acres by conservation easements. Though much of the land is still actively farmed, the stone barn was transformed in the 1990’s by a recording engineer into a music studio with near perfect acoustics. Since then, it has often served as a venue for recordings and performances by the Concordia Chamber Players. The warmth of the old woodwork and natural acoustics create a sound and visual experience rarely found in traditional studios.

 

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