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Thursday, September 12 8 p.m. Preconcert talk 8:30 p.m. 50-minute performance Steve & Judy Turner Recital Hall BMI Nightcap Series Peter Sheppard Skaerved, violin Discovery & Collaboration: a conversation between Peter Skaerved and composer Michael Alec Rose • Giuseppe Tartini, selections from Sonate Piccole (1750-’70) • Michael Alec Rose, Preamble (2013) (world premiere) • Sadie Harrison, Gallery (2012-’13) (U.S. premiere) Peter Sheppard Skærved is the first violinist to reconstruct and record the complete cycle of Giuseppe Tartini’s 30 Sonate Piccole, the giant six-hour cycle that occupied the last two decades of the great Istrian violinist’s life. Skaerved’s collaboration with Michael Alec Rose began in 2004, and has resulted in multiple new works and international projects. Preamble marks the beginning of a new project that will focus on the Dartmoor area of England. Rose and Skaerved are both passionate walkers, and this new cycle reflects that. Skaerved has worked with Australian composer Sadie Harrison for 15 years; her new work for solo violin was inspired by 11 of Peter’s drawings and paintings on subjects ranging from the medina in Tangier to an enraged owl near a Neolithic fort in Epping Forest. This Nightcap concert inaugurates the fifth round of the biennial Exchange Program between the Blair School and the Royal Academy of Music, London. Sponsored by BMI