September 7, 2022

Nicholas DiEugenio announces ‘22-’23 Season

Nicholas DiEugenio’s ‘22-’23 concert season features a wide range of musical activities, genres, and voices. Nicholas and duo partner pianist Mimi Solomon will perform a new recital program entitled “Part Blues/Part Bop” featuring music inspired by women, ranging from compositions by Dorothy Rudd Moore and Tonia Ko to sonatas by Ravel and Bartok. 


Nicholas will also present a full cycle of Bach’s Six Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin in February 2023 at UNC Chapel Hill as part of the North Carolina HIP Festival. In conjunction with his performance of Bach’s works, Nicholas has created his own interpretive works of visual art to be projected along with the music. 


As a core member of the New York-based early music group The Sebastians, Nicholas will appear in the group’s concert programs throughout the 22-23 season, including a New York duo recital with Artistic Director Jeffrey Grossman on January 7, 2023. The Sebastians are also the featured early music ensemble in this year’s Capital Region Classical Series in Albany, NY. Nicholas will also be a featured soloist with The Sebastians at the Princeton Festival in June 2023.


Nicholas continues to be in demand as a guest concertmaster and ensemble leader; in addition to serving as concertmaster for the TENET Vocal Artists New York production of Bach’s Easter Oratorio and Magnificat in April 2023, Nicholas will serve as concertmaster for performances of Haydn’s Creation at the Staunton Music Festival, as well as the guest concertmaster and soloist for Duke Chapel’s Bach Cantata Series. 


Nicholas also serves as the Director of the Luby Violin Symposium, where he will perform again in May 2023, as well as the MYCO Chamber Players, a chamber music organization he co-directs with pianist Mimi Solomon. Nicholas will also perform throughout the summer in Vermont at the Kinhaven Music Festival, where he has been a faculty member since 2010. 


Nicholas DiEugenio’s full 2023 concert schedule can be viewed here.