Folk-inspired music by Mozart, Sibelius, Fuchs, Milhaud and others, arranged for two violins and violin/viola duo
Marcolivia Duo has appeared on NPR’s Performance Today and Front Row Washington. They are regular guest artists at the Tokyo College of Music, Japan, and annually at the Phillips Collection, where they are included on CDs of Series Highlights and Distinguished Performers. They have also been heard at the Kennedy Center, Strathmore, Merkin Hall and Symphony Space in New York.
Marcolivia performed at Chamber Music America’s 25th Anniversary Concert in NYC, alongside groups including the Juilliard Quartet. During summers, Marcolivia performs in Japan, Italy, Spain, Costa Rica and England at music festivals. They have also taken part in U.S. festivals including Garth Newel, Blue Mountain, Las Vegas, and Shenandoah Performs.
- Robert Fuchs: Eight duos for two violins, op. 55
- Jean Sibelius: Duo in C major for violin and viola
- W. A. Mozart: Rondo in G major, K. 250 (arr. by O. Hajioff for violin and viola)
- Wm. J. Kirkpatrick: “Away in a Manger” (arr. by O. Hajioff for two violins)
- Darius Milhaud: Duo for two violins, op. 258: Romance
- Toru Takemitsu: Rocking Mirror Daybreak for two violins: “Autumn” and “Rocking Mirror”
- Aleksey Igudesman: Five klezmer duos for two violins