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The Musical Offering: Roseen Giles, flute; Gabriel Richard, violin; David Wilson, violin; Caroline Stinson, cello; Joseph Causby, keyboard

Portrait of JS Bach
Sunday, February 25, 2024
6:00 pm

Program: J.S. Bach's The Musical Offering, BWV 1079. Free admission: no tickets or reservations are needed.

Roseen Giles is Assistant Professor of Music at Duke. A musicologist with a specialty in early modern musical culture, she is also the curator of DUMIC (Duke University Musical Instrument Collections).

Gabriel Richard is Associate Research Professor of Romance Studies and Music at Duke. He has served as Solo Violin at the Opéra de Lyon, First Violin at the Paris Orchestra, and First Violin of the Thymos String Quartet.

David Wilson is a member of the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, Heartland Baroque, the Galax Quartet and other ensembles. In the past decade he has performed and recorded classical music of India and the Ottoman Empire with Lux Musica, contemporary music with Wyoming Baroque and the Galax Quartet, and 17th century chamber music with Heartland Baroque. He is the author of Georg Muffat on Performance Practice, published by Indiana University Press, and of the article on Georg Muffat in The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Historical Performance in Music.

Caroline Stinson came to Duke in 2018, where she is cellist in the resident Ciompi Quartet, Associate Professor of the Practice of Music and director of the Chamber Music Program.

Joseph Causby is the Director of Music and Organist of the Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, NC. As a frequent guest artist at Duke University Chapel, he plays the organ for special services, guest conducts the Duke Evensong Singers, and teaches the chapel's organ scholars.

This concert is presented in association with the Duke University Musical Instrument Collections (DUMIC).

Contact: Duke Music