Enjoy these Valentine's Themed pieces performed by Audra Erb and me. 💕🎶
I performed some Christmas Carols on Wednesday, December 2nd.
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On 11.19.2020 at 6pm EST I put on a live performance: a micro Mozart concert of Mozart's Violin Sonata in A Major, K. 305, Movement I. Allegro molto. Virtual Tip Jar -- Venmo: @Larissa-Fall, PayPal: PayPal.me/LFall Trying to keep quarantine life interesting and spice it up a bit with another live performance. This one is very impromptu. Cheers!
Enjoy my students fall 2020 virtual violin recital. Video premieres on YouTube 11/15/2020 at 12pm. Performances feature my students, solo works for violin, an original student composition, and some student artwork inspired by the music.
I have decided to bring you a live stream concert experience on Wednesday, April 22nd at 7pm EST. I will be offering this experience live across multiple platforms including Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. Please join me! We are living in an unprecedented time where many in the world and most American's are required to stay home. All non-essential businesses and events have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 virus. I hope to bring you some joy and peaceful live music during these very different circumstances. I am so thankful for technology and the ability to connect with you.
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Please find the program below.
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I look forward to bringing you music!
For those of you with children or those of you who would like to learn and create as you listen to this performance, I have compiled the following activity booklet that may be printed and completed during this performance. Link to the PDF below. Enjoy!! : )
My first professional concertmaster experience occurred on February 9th, 2020 at the Listening Room in Grand Rapids with the Vintage Parlor Orchestra! Enjoy some photos.
In November of 2019, I was a featured soloist with the Vintage Parlor Orchestra at Creston Brewery. I performed Vivaldi's Autumn with the orchestra. Enjoy these pictures from this memorable event.
This summer only, $50 off a solo violin live event. Doesn't have to be a wedding. For booking/inquiries, contact larissa.
I played a wedding last weekend all by myself. It was quite fun! Typically the wedding gigs I play are in ensembles: quartets, trios, duets. So I was excited to do something all by myself. It definitely gives me a bit more freedom to perform pieces I want and have some more creative decisions with the order of ceremony. The bride gave me some general guidelines but apart from that I could play pieces I wanted.
The venue for this wedding was the River Edge Bed and Breakfast in Lowell, MI. What a beautiful outdoor setting! I performed prelude music, Canon in D for the bride, and some recessional/postlude music.
Blessings to the bride and groom!
Today, I am off to perform at another wedding. This one is a violin/cello duet. So be on the look-out for a new blog soon.
P.S. Below are some samples of different ensembles and what they may sound like if you are interested for an event.
Here a some pics from a recent wedding I played with cellist Matthew Heyboer. Violin/Cello.
I performed recently with Jordan VanHemert, saxophonist in his recital at Grace Episcopal church. Really cool times, classical/jazz violin in a small ensemble with sax solos. I love branching out a bit from just classical repertoire. Picture of program is below.
Also, here is a YouTube video of Jordan and a project I was involved in a few months back. Not the same music we played in the 'Grace Notes' recital, but of similar nature.
This Thursday, June 21st I will be performing with the Holland Symphony in the Pops at the Pier Concert with the Moxie Strings as guest artist. Come check it out!! It's a really fun venue. The concert is in a boat shed. More info at link here.
On Friday, April 20th, 2018 The Grand Rapids Symphony performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City. I was able to go along. What a fun and memorable experience! Carnegie Hall is one of the most historic venues in the world for Classical Music.
Put all of your superstitions aside, Friday the 13th was a great day for me this month! I was able to go with a great friend and fellow violinist to hear renowned performer Ray Chen and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
The DSO, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, first performed in 1887. In April 2011 the DSO launched 'Live from Orchestra Hall', it is the first free webcast series to be put out by an orchestra & "In 1934, the DSO became the nation's first official radio broadcast orchestra, performing for millions of Americans over the airwaves on the Ford Symphony Hour national radio show until 1942." -DSO website
Ray Chen was born in Taiwan and raised in Australia. He plays the 1715 “Joachim” Stradivarius violin on loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.
Apart from this great concert, we were also able to explore Belle Isle and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
The DIA's collection is among the top six of museums in the United States, with about 66,000 works.
"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”
- Edgar Degas
Just wanted to inform you of the last two orchestral concerts I will be performing in this academic year with the Holland Symphony Orchestra. I'd love to have you come.
1) Peter & The Wolf Family Concert Sunday, March 25 @ 3:30pm - Zeeland East HS
2) Classics III Holland Symphony Orchestra Friday, April 27 @ 7:30pm & Saturday, April 28 @ 3:30pm - Hope College
Excited for this upcoming joint recital with two friends and colleagues. Join us at St. Cecilia Music Center on Monday, January 22, 2018 to hear the students of Larissa Fall - violin, Matthew Heyboer - cello, & Joshua Keller - piano. There will also be chamber music selections performed by the teachers and a small reception to conclude the evening. 7:30pm start.
The Imperfect Christmas Experience
I will be playing in the orchestra for the following services at Central Wesleyan Church in Holland, Michigan. Check it out if you are in the area, or watch the live stream.
Friday, December 15 • 6:30 PM
Saturday, December 16 • 6:30 PM
Sunday, December 17 • 10 AM
Location: Worship Center or Central Online
Childcare: Childcare available for the 15th and 16th for 3 months-5 years
Full Central Kids programming on the 17th for birth–5th Grade
FUEL High School Christmas Party for 9th–12th Grade • 6 PM
I was able to participate in a fabulous jazz recording session with Saxophonist, Jordan VanHemert and other talented musicians. Check out the film from this recording session. It was a blast to play this music!
Ariel Vincent Music
By: John Klenner Arranged
By: Jimmy Carroll Saxophone: Jordan VanHemert
Conductor: Christopher Fashun
Oboe: Aaron Wilbert
Violin: Larissa Fall
Violin: Becky Parks
Violin: Madalyn Navis
Viola: Claire Schaar
Cello: Graeme Richmond
Harp: Martha Waldvogel-Warren
Piano: Ivan Akansiima
Bass: Crystal Rebone
Drums: Andy Wheelock
Music Producer & Engineer: Ariel Vincent
Assistant Engineers: Michael Pineda, Parker Billings, Miranda Craig, & Nils Fritjofson
Camera Operators: Ariel Vincent, Ben Douma, Nils Fritjofson, Michael Pineda, & Parker Billings Filmed at Hope College in Holland, MI
Equipment Provided by: Hope College Music Department & Hope College Communication Department
For More, Visit: https://www.arielvincentmedia.com/
Check out the video on the Jordan VanHemert's Channel: https://youtu.be/3vRtXm1Mv_s
This weekend I will be performing in the violin section for the Holland Symphony Orchestra - Classics II Concert. I hope to see some of you there. It is going to be fantastic!!
More info HERE.
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