This is the first set of live performances in the 64-minute music documentary “Strad For Lunch” that I recently edited and helped to shoot and produce. The film, directed by Marianne Hettinger, is about the US concert recital debut of the young German born violin virtuoso Oscar Bohórquez . In the performance which took place on March 7th, 2012, he plays a very rare Stradivarius violin. The concert took place at the WMP Concert Hall in New York City, with an all-Argentinian program of works by Ginastera, Ugarte, Beytelmann and Guastavino.
Oscar Bohórquez plays Floro M. Ugarte: Sonata for Violin and piano
1) Apasionado y Expresivo, 2) Tiernamente melancolico
3) Vivaz y bien ritmado
“Strad for Lunch” recital, WMP Concert Hall
New York City