Headwaters Music & Arts will host Canadian-American violinist David Greenberg for a live performance at 3 pm on May 19th at BSU’s Thompson Recital Hall.
Mr. Greenberg is recognized as a master Cape Breton fiddler who co-authored the definitive treatise on the music from that legendary Nova Scotian island near his Halifax home. A soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician, and folk fiddler, since the 1990s Mr. Greenberg has specialized in Scottish baroque-folk music, first with his group Puirt A Baroque and currently with the trio Ferintosh and Glasgow’s Concerto Caledonia. As a baroque violinist, Mr. Greenberg has performed and recorded with many of the best North American early music ensembles, including Les Voix humaines, Toronto’s Tafelmusik, Cleveland’s Apollo’s Fire, and the Seattle Baroque Orchestra. In addition, Mr. Greenberg performs occasionally as a guest artist with modern orchestras, most recently with Symphony Nova Scotia both as a guest director and as violin soloist for Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.
$10 general admission, $5 – 62+, college and K-12 students. Purchase your tickets here.