Beethoven Marathon: The complete Works for Violin and Piano
Celebrating the 250th Anniversary of the Composer’s Birth
A special concert presented by Violinist Victoria Martino and Pianist James Lent
Sunday, March 15, 2020
All concerts begin at 7:30 PM.
Join Victoria Martino and James Lent on Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday in a special concert highlighting the illustrious career of one of the most renowned virtuoso pianists and composers of the Classical/Romantic era.
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About Victoria Martino and James Lent:
A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard University and the University of California, violinist Victoria Martino has concertized extensively throughout Europe, North America, Australia, and Japan. Considered a specialist both in early music and contemporary performance practice, her repertoire spans six centuries. Martino is passionately committed to the revival of works by major composers that are rarely performed, and has become known internationally for her anniversary concerts and “marathons” of the complete works for violin (unaccompanied and accompanied) by many composers, including Bach, Beethoven, Leonard Bernstein, Brahms, Corelli, Gade, Grieg, Handel, Hindemith, Ives, Lutoslawski, Pärt, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, and Telemann. Martino’s “Mozart Marathon,” an eight-hour performance with James Lent, of all 32 of the composer’s violin sonatas, has been presented regularly to public and critical acclaim since his 250th birthday in 2006. Martino plays an original, unmodified Baroque violin by Michael Andreas Bartl (Vienna, 1760) and a modernized violin by Jakob Stainer (Absam, 1670).
James Lent holds a DMA from Yale School of Music, where he studied under Boris Berman, Claude Frank, and Peter Frankl. He currently teaches and coordinates collaborative piano at UCLA and serves as the Music Department’s principal pianist for choral and vocal studies.
Joan & Irwin Jacobs Music Room
Athenaeum Music & Arts Library
1008 Wall Street
La Jolla, CA 92037
Individual Concerts: $35 member / $40 nonmember
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