Yonit Lea Kosovske – Chrome Attic
Welcome you to this year's Sligo Baroque Festival, 2020. Uncertainty abounds these days - our lives unequivocally changed by the onset of the Covid pandemic. However, in light of this the value of the Sligo Baroque Festival has only been magnified. This year, our commitment to Irish artists has been fortified to meet the difficulties we musicians are experiencing. Our concert halls remain silent, the theatres empty, and in an already precarious position of no play no pay, the Covid measures are affecting not merely our livelihoods, but our cultural expression in its entirety
Yonit Kosovske performs as a soloist and collaborative artist on harpsichord, modern piano, fortepiano and chamber organ. Passionate about both sacred and secular repertoire from the Renaissance through New Music, Yonit has shared the stage with instrumentalists and singers worldwide in programmes of chamber music, contemporary art song, Lieder and French mélodie, as well as opera, choral works and orchestral projects. She holds a Doctor of Music degree in historical keyboard performance from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she studied in the former Early Music Institute with harpsichordist Elisabeth Wright. Today’s lunchtime recital celebrates chromaticism in solo keyboard repertoire.
This concert will be approximately one hour's duration. In line with Government recommendations, seating capacity is limited and tickets must be pre-booked online in advance. Tickets are available to purchase online from 16th September at 10am. People will be allocated socially distant seats on arrival. When booking multiple tickets you will be seated together.
Concessions are available directly from box office which is open for in person bookings from Wednesday-Friday, 10 – 2pm from 19th September, at 071-9161518 or at the Hawk’s Well Theatre, Temple Street, Sligo. They can also be arranged by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org