Sunday Intermezzo Concerts presents Piotr Szewczyk, violinist, and a world premiere work by Matthew Davidson


Nov 14 2010 - 2:30pm
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's Piotr Szewczyk premieres pieces for unaccompanied violin written especially for him by composers from around the world. On Sunday, at the Main Library in Jacksonville, FL, he will play the world premiere of Matthew de Lacey Davidson's Menuet pour le violon solo, plus works by Jorge Sosa, Rodney Waschka II and others.  Mr. Szewczyk's critically-acclaimed Violin Futura project features recitals of short, exciting and innovative solo violin pieces newly-written for him by composers from the United States, Germany, England and Japan. Currently working on the third program group in the series, Szewczyk has performed Violin Futura at numerous festivals and universities including Spoleto Festival USA, Berklee College of Music in Boston, University of Florida, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Santa Fe New Music Festival, University of Cincinnati, University of North Florida, EMMA Lecture Series at Flagler College, Bavarian Academy of Arts in Munich, Germany, New Museum of Art and Design in Nuremberg, Germany and many others.