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movement is a modern treatment of Vivaldi's Concerto for
Four Violins, by way of
J. S. Bach's Concerto for Four
Recording is from Feb. 18 2014 concert of the
piano quintet version. Thomas Warburton, piano; Eric
Pritchard, Mary Kay Robinson, violins; David Marschall,
viola; Virginia Hudson, cello
I. First Movement: Allegro:
Presto: Allegro [6:56] MP3
II. Something Old, Something New
Allegro Vivaldi [5:08] MP3
III. Ram Nam: Largo, Adagio Ram Nam [6:32] MP3
IV. Rondo Recidivisto [5:39] MP3
David Marschall has been a member of the North Carolina Symphony since 1987 and was was appointed Associate Principal Viola in 2007. Since 1990, he has spent his summers playing in the orchestra of the Santa Fe Opera. David is a member of the chamber ensemble Quercus, and he is a member of New Music Raleigh, an ensemble dedicated to the music of living composers. He performed on Bill Robinson’s 2012 concert at Duke, and the 2013 concert at Meredith College.David has also served as Principal Viola for the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and the Columbus Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra. He was a member of the New Orleans Symphony, the Innsbruck (Austria) Symphony, the Des Moines Metro Opera, and the Colorado Philharmonic. A native of Columbus, Ohio, David studied first at Ohio State, and he received his Master's degree from the Peabody Conservatory, where he studied with Karen Tuttle. His viola was made in 2009 by Grubaugh and Seifert of California. David's wife, Amy, teaches German and English at Raleigh Charter High School, and they have two sons, Philip and Owen.
Mary Kay Robinson, violinist, is a 1968 graduate of the Juilliard School, where she studied with Dorothy DeLay and Ivan Galamian. She studied chamber music with Felix Galimir, Donald Weilerstein, Josef Gingold and members of the Guarneri String Quartet. She furthered her education with studies with Glenn Dicterow, Gregory Fulkerson and Gerald Beal. Her first job after graduation was as violin instructor at the University of Tennessee, in her hometown of Knoxville, where she filled in for her former teacher, William Starr, who was on sabbatical in Japan. She was a member of the University of Tennessee String Quartet and later held a similar position in the University of Maryland String Quartet.
She has toured with Solisti New York and spent many summers playing with the OK Mozart Festival, Grand Teton Music Festival, and Bellingham Festival of Music. In 2008 she taught at Duke University as well as maintaining a private studio. Also that year, she performed Bill Robinson’s Sonata for Solo Violin #4 at Brevard, NC. She performed on Bill Robinson’s 2012 concert at Duke. Bill has composed two pieces for her to play with her husband oboist Joseph Robinson.
Warburton retired in May of 2005 after 36 years on the
musicology faculty at the University of North Carolina. There he taught a
variety of courses, both in music history and music theory; he
also received two teaching awards. He has published on a
variety of topics, several in recent years concerning music of the
United States during the twentieth century. For three years he
was organist at Trinity United Methodist Church in Durham and for
seven years he served as Minister of Music at First Presbyterian
Church, where he conducted the Adult and Handbell Choirs.