Baroque cellist Juliana Soltis has just released her interpretation of J. Bach's six suites for solo cello. Soltis explained that too many performers approach Bach as an untouchable "museum work. Listen Listening Oh my gosh, there's so many things that that come to mind — just floods of images. It was just such a beautiful, beautiful place and such an inspiring environment to be making music. It's something that has stuck with me, even 20 years later.
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In between the many notes Bach penned lies a world of unspecified directions, gestures and possibilities the composer assumed his performers would understand and relish. He was much less scared than we are. Not that fear need enter the equation. Think of it as spontaneous embellishment, fully informed by Baroque tradition. Soltis holds no fewer than two advanced degrees and plays an instrument from To justify her work, she quotes from treatises and other historic texts like a scholar. But her interest in Bach is far from strictly academic. Rather than set it aside as something illegitimate, however, she embraced it as a valid, exciting concept to pursue.
Download CV. Raised amidst the rich musical traditions of southern Appalachia, cellist Juliana Soltis performs the world over — from New York, to Osaka, to Venice — as both soloist and chamber musician. A passionate performer-scholar devoted to telling the forgotten stories of classical music, Juliana works, in partnership with her project-based artist collective Marginalis, to shed new light on those composers, performers, works, and moments that have been marginalized by the accepted tradition of music performance. Equally devoted to the idea of making great music accessible to all, the musicians of Marginalis will launch their marquee concert series, Notes from the Margins, in the season. Free to the public and available exclusively online and through social media platforms, the series seeks to revolutionize the way audiences experience and interact with historical music. An active concert artist who maintains a busy touring schedule both at home and abroad, Juliana has been on a performing hiatus during the season to focus on recording new music and relocating from Seattle, WA to the East Coast. She will return to the road in the season with her Going Off-Script Tour, a slate of residencies and recitals focusing on the ornamented Suites for Cello by J. Bach in cities across the U. Download CV Raised amidst the rich musical traditions of southern Appalachia, cellist Juliana Soltis performs the world over — from New York, to Osaka, to Venice — as both soloist and chamber musician.
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