Alexi Kenney

Capital Region Classical

Sunday, May 1 at 3pm

“he made it seem . . . as if this were the only possible way to play the music” – The New York Times

2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant and 2020 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award recipient Alexi Kenney performs an inventive program interspersing solo Bach works with older and recent works (some with electronics).


Bach: Adagio from G-minor Sonata, BWV 1001
Kurtág: Hommage à J.S.B. from Signs, Games, and Messages
Enescu: Ménétrier from Impressions d’Enfance, Op. 28
Yun: Under a tree, an Udatta for violin and tape
Bach: Grave from A-minor Sonata, BWV 1003
Matteis: Alla Fantasia
Saariaho: Nocturne
Burntner: Elegy from Muir Glacier, for violin and glacier ecoacoustics
Bach: Largo from C-major Sonata, BWV 1005
Bach: Allemande and Double from B-minor Partita, BWV 1002
Reich: Violin Phase for live-looped violin
Jónsdóttir: INNI for amplified violin and tape
Bach: Chaconne from D-minor Partita, BWV 1004


Capital Region Classical presents and promotes chamber music performances by internationally renowned musicians and talented young artists to deepen the public’s connection to classical music. They produce inspiring, world-class arts programming not otherwise available in the region at easily-accessible community locations.

$35 General Admission
All kids and college students admitted free at the door 

This concert is sponsored by Gregory Anderson and William Tuthill

COVID SAFETY: Click HERE to see Capital Region Classical’s Covid-19 protocol

Hudson Hall’s programs are made possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.