Catalogue 2009 10 Edition Peters
This concert gives a new meaning to the phrase "music as a gradual process. This will be the 38th annual Messiah Sing-Along and is sure to pack the house. Bring your own score or purchase one in the lobby. A limited number of VIP onstage tickets are available to bring you closer to the musical action. This program will be presented without intermission.
French, arr. Spanish, arr. Spirituals, arr. Joseph H. Mengyue Jia, harpsichord: Works by J. S Bach. Kinney cgu. December 23, , p. Audience members will be invited to honor their own special angels! Free receptions to follow at both venues.
Luke's Episcopal Church, S. Monrovia more info www. Quicksilver Baroque: Off the Beaten Track. Returning to San Diego after a brilliant debut three years ago, Quicksilver lives up to its name. Samuel M. Sunday, January 20, , pm. This concert explores the music heard in intimate settings, exploring the multitude of genres that flourished in the early Baroque in the process. This program is a musical snapshot of the expressive small-scale sacred music of the early Baroque.
SCEMS discount. The Early Music faculty will present music from Italian manuscripts and prints ca.
Free pre-concert discussion beginning 1 hou r prior to the concert. Hours: 12 noon - 4 pm. Please note there are no tickets for this special event. Venue: St. Andreini's story will remind you of A Midsummer Night's Dream, except hers came first. Her empowered female characters tell a metoo story of the sixteenth century with a lot of laughs. Marylin Winkle will be directing, with live music composed by sixteenth-century women. This event is FREE. RSVP to losangelescamerata gmail. It will be followed by talk-back featuring translator Dr. Julie Campbell. Normally this in and of itself would not justify posting, but the pianist is hailed as the Glenn Gould of the 21 C.
In his work, the musical focus on the contemporary repertoire goes often with a reflection on the classical repertoire, and on the connections within the most different musical styles and backgrounds, including non-western and popular forms of music. Enter from 2nd Street.
See February 9th listing for info,. Post- reading champagne and sweets reception. February All events are grouped together below , Palm Spring area. The young piano, invented by Cristofori, around in Italy, quickly gained interest among European musicians, as it elbowed into the space occupied for centuries by the harpsichord. Strings struck by small, leather-covered hammers replaced the pluck of quills, on an instrument resembling the harpsichord in basic appearance and construction, but with its own distinct action, sound and touch. Shortly, compositions appeared in manuscript and print for the fortepiano, and instrument builders flourished from Southern Italy to the Northern Isles.
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Friday, February 15, 7 pm Pre-concert talk at pm. The second festival concert, "A Perfect Match," focuses entirely on the fortepiano and midth-Century repertoire. Strings struck by small leather-covered hammers replace the pluck of quills, on an instrument resembling the harpsichord in basic appearance and construction, but with its own distinct action, sound and touch. Desert Baroque is turning up the heat on Mid-Century Madness in the first-ever Greater Palm Springs Area concert showcasing 18th Century replica Fortepianos, the instruments Mozart and Haydn and their contemporaries knew and loved.
Monica Jakuc Leverett and I, being long-time collaborators, team up in this very special event, and to give you a bit of context, Dr. Randall Love, Duke University, will precede the concert at pm with some notes on the program itself and this transitional period from the Baroque to the Classical period.
Four historic keyboards - 2 harpsichords, 2 fortepianos, Classical Ensemble: J. Bach for fortepiano and harpsichord with ensemble; a new work for 4 early keyboards by Asako Hirabayashi and other works by Mozart and Haydn. Friday, February 15, p. Suitte Royale is pleased to present its latest concert offering, Tutti Flauti, showcasing hidden gems from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Guest artists Dr.
Ruta Bloomfield on harpsichord and positive organ and John Robinson on bass dulcian and the other flute — early Baroque tenor recorder and flauto taillo Baroque tenor recorder — to illustrate how music and instruments changed over a hundred years. The performance is free, with a free will offering.
Brand Blvd. The concert is free; donations are gratefully accepted. Friday, February 22nd pm repeats S Bach's Komm, Jesu, komm serves as the catalyst for exploring vocal textures; from the intimacy of four-part writing, to the expansive breadth of eight-parts. Seize this opportunity to hear some of the finest vocal music ever written covering a span of over two centuries, and eloquently performed by the Choir of BCSD with students from San Diego State University's Music Department.
Saturday, February 23rd pm repeats Program to include works by Bach, Scarlatti, Brouwer, and Martin. This will also be the first opportunity to hear music on her brand new CD of all Baroque music. This concert is FREE and open to the public, to be followed by a reception. Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus Richard Rouse and Mary Rouse have built a world-class teaching collection of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts donated to UCLA Library Special Collections, allowing students to work directly with the manuscripts in hand as "authentic witnesses" to the social, religious, and cultural history of Western Europe.
A program of remarks by friends and colleagues in the Main Conference Room will be followed by a reception in Library Special Collections and an opportunity to view highlights of their most recent gift to the library in the exhibit "Medieval Mastery: Manuscripts from the Richard and Mary Rouse Collection. If you have questions or need further information, call Early Music Month is a national, grassroots campaign sponsored by Early Music America and designed to raise awareness of early music each March throughout the North American music community.
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