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About Kate Bennett Haynes:
Kate Bennett Haynes studied modern cello with Laurence Lesser at the New England Conservatory and baroque cello with Jaap ter Linden at the Royal Dutch Conservatory in the Hague, after completing a bachelor’s degree in Scandinavian studies at Harvard College. She now enjoys an international musical life dedicated to historical performance of all periods. She has toured in North America and Europe with baroque orchestras such as Tafelmusik, B’Rock, and Apollo’s Fire, and she has recorded for the Naxos, ATMA, Artemis/Vanguard, and early-music.com labels with ensembles such as Arion, Aradia, Tempo Rubato, and the Toronto Chamber Orchestra.
As a chamber musician on both modern and period instruments, Kate has performed at festivals such as Yellow Barn, Sarasota, Taos and Norfolk, and in collaboration with a wide range of musicians, among them Eric Hoeprich, Donald Weilerstein, Anthony Marwood, Bobby McFerrin and the Ying Quartet.
Kate has a special passion for classical and romantic performance practice, which she has pursued as a founding member of Boston Hausmusik and the Arcturus Chamber Ensemble. As a member of the Rosetta String Trio, she has toured in the US and Canada, presenting newly commissioned works in dialogue with older forms and styles from the 16th through the 19th centuries.
The superb baroque cellist Kate Bennett Haynes inaugurates a cycle of Bach’s Six Suites for Solo Cello with the Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 – the piece that inspired the Toronto Music Garden.
Note: short concert due to early sunset.
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