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Jacqueline Ogeil performs Scarlatti

Keyboard specialist Jacqueline Ogeil plays Scarlatti

Saturday 10 February 2018, 7.30 pm, at Brunswick Uniting Church, 212 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Jacqueline Ogeil’s doctoral dissertation on Domenico Scarlatti’s sonatas strengthened the case that the composer was writing primarily for the new-fangled invention of Bartolomeo Cristofori that we now call the piano. Ogeil subsequently commissioned a copy of one of Cristofori’s instruments, completed in Germany in 2015, the only instrument of its type in the southern hemisphere.

In this Melbourne recital she performs K18-30 that Scarlatti published in 1738 under the title Essercizi with digital projection of her hands to illuminate the complex hand-crossings involved. By K29 her hands are often playing in reverse order and crossed over.

Presented by Brunswick Beethoven Festival

Tickets available at the door:  $30 / $25 

Sense & Sensibility

Lucinda Moon violin
Laura Vaughan ‘gamba
Jacqueline Ogeil harpsichord

Friday 28 May, 6pm, at Melbourne Recital Centre

Georg Philipp Telemann
Sonata in D minor (TWV 42:d9)

Carl Heinrich Graun
Sonata in C (GraunWV B:15:52)

C.P.E. Bach
Sonata in E minor (H577)

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Accademia Arcadia

Tickets:  $39 / $29 (booking fees may apply)