The following videos portray live performances and recordings from a variety of styles portraying standard violin repertoire as well as Latin American works including music from living composers.

The Sonata for Violin and Piano in A by Cesar Frank is one of the favorite works among violinists and pianists alike. It is an essential piece in the canonic repertoire. In the following video, the Martalina Duo gives a live performance of the first and second movement.

Martalina Duo, Mary Gossel, piano. Movement 1 Allegretto Ben Moderato, Movement 2 Allegro

Take a journey to contemporary music from a living composer in this lecture-recital that talks about Latin America, and focuses on Colombian composer Juan Antonio Cuéllar. This video explores two works that combine new music language with folk music elements. If you want to know more about this piece, Conversations, click on the link below to read the accompanying article published in College Music Symposium. In this article, Catalina dives into the musical structure, music theory, and stylistic composition of this trio. Click here to read the article.

Lecture-Recital. Juan Antonio Cuéllar. An Emerging Voice in Colombian Music. Lecture section: 0-22min. Performance of Pieza para Violín Solo (Piece for Violin Solo): 22min. Performance of Trio Conversations: 27min. Xin Zhang: piano, Daniel Tressel: cello