August 31, 2023

Nicholas DiEugenio announces '23-'24 season

Nicholas DiEugenio’s ‘23-’24 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 featuring music largely inspired by or written by women, ranging from sonatas by W.A. Mozart to Amanda Röntgen-Maier. Nicholas is also excited to appear as an artist at the Belvedere Series in Richmond, VA, and to return to Richmond as a soloist in a program of Vivaldi Concerti with the Chamber Music Society of Central Virginia.


Following last season's Inspired by Bach project featuring a full cycle of Bach’s Six Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin in conjunction with his own interpretive works of visual art, Nicholas will present the full cycle on tour at venues including the University of Michigan, Penn State University, Florida State University, UMBC in Baltimore, New York's St. Ignatius of Antioch, and the GreenHill Center for North Carolina Artists.


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 23-24 season, including a New York performance of Bach's complete Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin. Nicholas will also be a featured member with The Sebastians at the Princeton Festival in June 2024.


Nicholas continues to be in demand as a guest concertmaster and ensemble leader; in addition to serving as leader for Ars Antiqua in April 2024, Nicholas will serve as concertmaster of Orchestra II for performances of Bach's St. Matthew Passion at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., as well as guest leader at the Staunton Music Festival in April and August 2024.


Nicholas also serves as the Director of the Luby Violin Symposium, where he will perform again in May 2024, as well as the MYCO Chamber Players, a chamber music organization he co-directs with pianist Mimi Solomon.


Nicholas DiEugenio’s full 2024 concert schedule can be viewed here.