Carol Wincenc, flute, with Caroline Stinson, cello & Ieva Jokubaviciute, piano
Mini-recital featuring JS Bach: Sonata in E Major, BWV 1035; Andrew Waggoner: Angle of Repose (premiere) for flute and cello; Villa-Lobos: Jet-Whistle for flute and cello.
Free admission: no tickets or reservations needed.
Hailed "Queen of the flute" by New York Magazine, flutist Carol Wincenc was first prize winner of the (sole) Naumburg Solo Flute Competition, as well as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Flute Association, the National Society of Arts and Letters Gold Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Music, and Distinguished Alumni Award from the Brevard Festival and Music Center and Manhattan School of Music.
Cellist Caroline Stinson performs widely as a chamber musician, soloist, and recitalist, committed to giving equal expression to music old and new. She has appeared at Carnegie's Zankel Hall, the Gardner Museum, and Smithsonian; the Koelner Philharmonie, Lucerne Festival and Cité de la Musique in Europe; and the Centennial Centre in Canada. She joined the Duke Music faculty in 2018, where she is Cellist of the Ciompi String Quartet, Associate Professor of the Practice, and directs the Chamber Music Program.
A recipient of a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship, Ieva Jokubaviciute released her debut recording in 2010 on Labor Records to international acclaim, which resulted in recitals in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D. C., Vilnius, and Toulouse. She has performed in prestigious halls such as Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium, Wigmore Hall, and the Kennedy Center. She is a faculty member of the Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival and School, has toured nationally with Musicians from Marlboro, and collaborates in recitals with violinist Midori in Europe, Asia, and South America. She joined the Duke Music faculty in 2020 as Associate Professor of Practice.