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March 15, 2020
2020 Concerts Cancelled Due to Covid-19
Due to the coronovirus pandemic, all of Phillip Rukavina's live performances have been postponed or cancelled. Please check back here for future updates when things get better. And they will!
C o n c e r t s
June 15, 2021
15 Minutes of Giovanni Kapsberger
A 15 minute recital of music by the great early 17th century Italian lutenis/composer Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger. This performance was issued as part of the Minnesota Guitar Society's 2021 Concert Series.
April 15, 2020
Renaissance Solo Lute Concert
A 30 minute recital of solo Italian and English lute music (1500-1550). This performance was issued as a "thank you" to friends of the New Lute Cafe in St. Paul, Minnesota. The 2020 season was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gaspar Sanz' Famous Carnario for Baroque Guitar
Lutenist Phillip Rukavina performs the famous Canario by Gaspar Sanz on a baroque guitar made by Daniel Larson in 1992 and generously loaned by Edward Martin for the recording.
Antonio Vivaldi's Trio in C Major for Lute
Lutenist Phillip Rukavina performs Vivaldi's Trio in C Major for lute (RV 82), violin and continuo with the baroque ensemble Ladyslipper. Performance features Margaret Humphrey baroque violin, Asako Hirabayashi organ, and Mary Burke viola da gamba.
Johann Sebastian Bach's Suite 1008 on Baroque Guitar
Phillip Rukavina's performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's suite for 'cello in D minor (BWV 1008) transcribed for baroque guitar. Included are the prelude, allemande, courante,saraband, gavottes I & II, and the gigue. Rukavina performs on a baroque guitar made by Daniel Larson in 1992 and generously loaned by Edward Martin for the recording. Many thanks to Todd Tipton, the source of this transcription.
Concerto in D Major for Lute (RV 93) Antonio Vivaldi
Lutenist Phillip Rukavina performs Vivaldi's Concerto in D Major for Lute (RV 93) with the baroque ensemble Ladyslipper. Performance features Joanna Shelton baroque violin, Cheryl Zylla viola, Asako Hirabayashi harpsichord, and Mary Burke viola da gamba.
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