O Rosa Bella
David McCormick and friends present “O Rosa Bella”, a program of 14th and 15th century courtly love songs by Machaut, Ciconia, and Dufay. Performances are Friday, May 31 at 7:30pm at the Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall in Staunton and Saturday, June 1 at 7:30pm at First United Methodist Church in Charlottesville. The program features vocalists Tracy Cowart, Sian Ricketts, and Elena Mullins as well as instrumentalists David McCormick and Niccolo Seligmann playing medieval fiddles. Tickets are $15 for adults and free for students and are available at the door. For more information call (703) 587-0483 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Violinist David McCormick is an experienced performer and educator based in Charlottesville, Virginia. His degrees in music education and performance from Shenandoah University and Case Western Reserve University include specialized training in chamber music and historical performance. David has performed all over the world, including a European tour as a member of the Blue Ridge String Quartet. As a member of the Viandante Quartet, he was awarded top honors in the Virginia Music Teachers Association chamber music competition, and in 2008 he made his professional solo debut, performing “Autumn” from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with Prince William Baroque. David is co-founder of early music group Three Notch’d Road, and has performed recently with Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Music Society of Central Virginia. David’s research of 17th century composer and violinist Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi led to the formation of The Pandolfi Project, a group that recently performed a Fringe Concert at the Boston Early Music Festival, where David was also a featured performer with ensembles from Case Western Reserve University. David currently teaches violin and viola in Charlottesville and for the Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra String School, where he also serves as ensemble conductor.
Violinist David McCormick is available for private violin lessons and as a performer of early music, classical, jazz, and rock.
Please call (703) 587-0483 or email me at email@example.com for more information.