A dynamic program that explores the countless fascinating connections between composers, history and the power of musical communication. Judith Ingolfsson and Vladimir Stoupel are both soloists with dedication and musical curiosity for repertoire ranging from the traditional to the unjustly forgotten or neglected with a special focus on music of the 20th Century. As a duo, the artists regularly participate in the world’s most renowned concert series and festivals that include performances in Paris, Krakow, Italy, Berlin, and United States, and other famous venues. Iceland-native Judith Ingolfsson is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and the Cleveland Institute of Music. She won the first prize at the renowned International Violin Competition of Indianapolis in 2008. Since then, Ms. Ingolfsson has been Professor of Violin at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart, Germany. Stoupel, a French citizen of Russian birth, resides in Berlin. As a chamber musician, Vladimir Stoupel participates in the New York Philharmonic’s annual chamber music series at Merkin and Avery Fisher Halls and has performed as soloist with various major orchestras. Ingolfsson and Stoupel are artistic directors of the Festival “Aigues-Vives en Musiques” which they founded in southern France.
Artist URL: Sunday, April 30, 2017
Time of Concert: 4 p.m.
Venue: Wolfe Recital Hall, Fine Arts Center Music Building, Del Mar College East
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Judith Ingolfsson, violin
Vladimir Stoupel, piano
Faure, Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano
Ysaye, Poeme Elegiaque, Op. 12
Vierne, Sonata for Violin and Piano
Artist support for this concert is provided by
The Corpus Christi International Competition for Piano & Strings
the City of Corpus Christi through the Arts & Cultural Commission