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The Telegraph :: New London, Connecticut

Journey to the fluid infinity is how harpsichordist Julie Ventoura describes Bach's Goldberg Variations. "This music is an elegy to the authentic, an invocation to the essential". Through the richesse of this divine music, she described the freedom of expression and the profundity of feelings, she let's the music breathe. JULIE VENTOURA started her musical training on piano at National Conservatory of Athens. After her graduation she discovered the harpsichord and started studying with Margarita Dalmati at Athenaeum Conservatory. After obtaining her diploma, she went on to study in Vienna with Gordon Murray and in Paris where she received additional coaching from Blandine Verlet. Julie Ventoura is an active recitalist with intense concert activity and passionately attached to the harpsichord. She has given numerous recitals including the KWIDZYN International Festival and the SYROS International Early Music Festival.
Journey to the fluid infinity is how harpsichordist Julie Ventoura describes Bach's Goldberg Variations. "This music is an elegy to the authentic, an invocation to the essential". Through the richesse of this divine music, she described the freedom of expression and the profundity of feelings, she let's the music breathe. JULIE VENTOURA started her musical training on piano at National Conservatory of Athens. After her graduation she discovered the harpsichord and started studying with Margarita Dalmati at Athenaeum Conservatory. After obtaining her diploma, she went on to study in Vienna with Gordon Murray and in Paris where she received additional coaching from Blandine Verlet. Julie Ventoura is an active recitalist with intense concert activity and passionately attached to the harpsichord. She has given numerous recitals including the KWIDZYN International Festival and the SYROS International Early Music Festival.
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Journey to the fluid infinity is how harpsichordist Julie Ventoura describes Bach's Goldberg Variations. "This music is an elegy to the authentic, an invocation to the essential". Through the richesse of this divine music, she described the freedom of expression and the profundity of feelings, she let's the music breathe. JULIE VENTOURA started her musical training on piano at National Conservatory of Athens. After her graduation she discovered the harpsichord and started studying with Margarita Dalmati at Athenaeum Conservatory. After obtaining her diploma, she went on to study in Vienna with Gordon Murray and in Paris where she received additional coaching from Blandine Verlet. Julie Ventoura is an active recitalist with intense concert activity and passionately attached to the harpsichord. She has given numerous recitals including the KWIDZYN International Festival and the SYROS International Early Music Festival.
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