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Faculty-Artist Recital: Pablo Mahave Veglia, cello
Date and TimeMonday, April 9, 2018
- Haas Center for Performing Arts » 1325 - Sherman Van Solkema Hall
Pablo Mahave-Veglia, cello, and Gregory Crowell, harpsichord, perform the second half of the complete Vivaldi Sonatas. They will be assisted by guest artists theorbo player Joel Spears, and Jerry Fuller on the violone.
This event is free and open to the public.
Cellist Pablo Mahave-Veglia resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he is an Associate Professor at Grand Valley State University. Mr. Mahave-Veglia is a cellist and teacher of broad interests whose repertoire ranges from the early baroque, performed on period instruments, to his ongoing interest in researching, performing and recording the work of contemporary Latin-American composers. Learn more here.
Gregory Crowell has appeared as organist, harpsichordist, clavichordist, lecturer, and conductor in Germany, Holland, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Canada, and the United States. He has performed in many international festivals and conventions, including the Boston Early Music Festival, Regional V Convention of the American Guild of Organists, nine National Conventions of the Organ Historical Society, the Saugatuck Chamber Music Festival, the Fontana Chamber Music Festival, the Boston Clavichord Society, the International Clavichord Symposium (Magnano, Italy), and numerous meetings of the Southeastern and Midwestern Historical Keyboard Societies. Particularly noted for his performances of the keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Crowell has been a featured performer at the Weener (Germany) International Bach Series, the Grand Rapids Bach Festival, the Old West Organ Society (Boston) Bach Marathon, and the Valparaiso Bach Institute. Learn more here.
Dr. Pablo Mahave-Veglia, firstname.lastname@example.org