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Francesca Anderegg, Violin


Francesca Anderegg, Violin


Francesca Anderegg made her New York debut in 2007, performing the Ligeti Violin Concerto with the Juilliard Orchestra. The New York Times praised her performance for its "dark, mournful tone" and "virtuosic panache." Often serving as concertmaster of the contemporary music ensemble AXIOM, she led Miller Theatre's performance of Elliott Carter's opera "What Next?," a performance that was rated one of classical music's top 10 events in 2007 by Time Out magazine. Her performances of contemporary music have led to collaborations with today's leading composers, both in Europe and in New York. At the Lucerne Festival in 2009, she performed Pierre Boulez's "Anthèmes II" for Solo Violin and Electronics, in collaboration with the Paris-based IRCAM studio. At New York's Le Poisson Rouge, she has performed works by John Adams and Magnus Lindberg, in concerts attended by the composers.

Her chamber music credits include performances with Itzhak Perlman and members of the Perlman Music Program in major venues throughout the country, for which the Chicago Sun-Times praised her "astonishing assurance." In 2008, she had her Carnegie Hall Weill Recital Hall debut, performing as a participant in the Carnegie Hall Professional Training Workshop series. 

Ms. Anderegg graduated from Harvard University in 2005. She holds Master's and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from The Juilliard School where she worked with Ronald Copes.  In 2010, Ms. Anderegg was awarded the Lenore Annenberg Fellowship in the Performing Arts, a major career grant. Her solo debut CD, containing music by Elliott Carter, George Perle, and Arnold Schoenberg, was released by Albany Records in July 2012. She currently lives in Northfield, Minnesota, where she holds the position of Assistant Professor of Violin at St. Olaf College.

Performances by Francesca Anderegg

Composer Title Date Action
Alberto Ginastera Pampeana No. 1: Rhapsodie for Violin and Piano 01/05/2017 Play Add to playlist
Astor Piazzolla Escualo 01/05/2017 Play Add to playlist
Astor Piazzolla Oblivion 01/05/2017 Play Add to playlist
Astor Piazzolla Libertango 01/05/2017 Play Add to playlist
Heitor Villa-Lobos Sonata-Fantasia No. 1 “Désespérance” 01/05/2017 Play Add to playlist
César Guerra-Peixe Três Peças 01/05/2017 Play Add to playlist
Béla Bartók Rhapsody No. 1 01/16/2014 Play Add to playlist
Reinaldo Moya Imagined Archipelagos 01/16/2014 Play Add to playlist
Maurice Ravel Sonata for Violin and Piano 01/16/2014 Play Add to playlist

Francesca Anderegg Concerts

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