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Dina Nesterenko and Mark Landson

Violin/Viola duo with astounding virtuosity and musicality.

Dina Nesterenko and Mark Landson
Violin and Viola Duo with Astounding Virtuosity

Dina Nesterenko posseses an astounding virtuosity and beauty of tone that captivates all who hear her. Mark Landson is known for his dynamic playing style and lyricism. Together, it’s a dynamic duo you won’t forget!


Past Events

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22

2019

Chocolate Secrets  (info)
6:00pm in Uptown Dallas
$Name-Your-Own-Price

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Dec

19

2019

4th Tap Brewery  (info)
7:30pm in North Austin
$Name-Your-Own-Price

10615 Metric Blvd., AustinTX78758 | map | web

Don’t miss this Violin and Viola duo with astounding virtuosity and musicality.

Dina Nesterenko
posseses an astounding virtuosity and beauty of tone that captivates all who hear her. Her own arrangement of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony for solo violin is destined to be a classic. She grew up in SIberia, Russia and was educated at Curtis and the Juilliard School in the US. (video of her Paganini below)

Mark Landson is known for his dynamic playing style and lyricism, as well as his classical compositions and crossover concepts. He has been called the Elon Musk of the North Texas Classical Music Scene for his many innovative projects, including as the founder of Open Classical. He joins on viola, playing duos of Mozart and a new work by Scott Slapin, plus his own collection of Bach’s suites for cello played on viola. (video of his Bach on TEDx below)

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev rehearse the Franck Violin Sonata.

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev rehearse the Franck Violin Sonata.

Dina Nesterenko and Misha Berestnev rehearse the Franck Violin Sonata.

Dina Nesterenko plays the 24th Caprice as Decomposing Paganini on the Open Classical show Night of the Living Dead Composers.

Dina Nesterenko plays the 24th Caprice as Decomposing Paganini on the Open Classical show Night of the Living Dead Composers.

Dina Nesterenko plays the 24th Caprice as Decomposing Paganini on the Open Classical show Night of the Living Dead Composers.

Mark Landson plays Bach’s Gigue with Rhythmic Souls Tap Group on TEDx.

Mark Landson plays Bach’s Gigue with Rhythmic Souls Tap Group on TEDx.

Mark Landson plays Bach’s Gigue with Rhythmic Souls Tap Group on TEDx.

Mark Landson plays Mozart with the Marbriago Trio at Cave Without a Name in Boerne, TX

Mark Landson plays Mozart with the Marbriago Trio at Cave Without a Name in Boerne, TX

Mark Landson plays Mozart with the Marbriago Trio at Cave Without a Name in Boerne, TX

PROGRAM

Mozart: G Major Duo for Violin and Viola
1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Rondeau - Allegro

JS Bach: “Suite of Suites” for Viola (arr. Mark Landson)
1. Prelude - Suite #5 in C minor
2. Allemande - Suite #4 in E flat Major
3. Courante - Suite #1 in G Major
4. Sarabande - Suite #2 in D Minor
5. Gavotte - Suite #6 in D Major (transposed to G Major)
6. Gigue - Suite #3 in C Major

Scott Slapin: Sonata in G for Violin and Viola
1. Allegro
2. Slowly
3. Fairly Quickly

Ludwig van Beethoven: 5th Symphony, 1st Movt
(arranged for solo violin by Dina Nesterenko)

Handel-Halvorsen Passacaglia for Violin and Viola


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