Cambridge Society for Early Music Series
Oct
19
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cambridge Society for Early Music Series

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka

A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sonata I (ZWV 181/1) 
Zelenka, Vide, Domine, cantilena circularis (ZWV 179)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) 
Bach, Fugue in g minor (from Fantasy and Fugue for organ, BWV 542)
INTERMISSION
Bach, Aria from Schleicht, spielende Wellen BWV 206/7
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C major, WTC, book 1
Bach, Canon a 2 super thema regium
Bach, Three-Part Ricercar from The Musical Offering (BWV 1079) 
Zelenka, Sonata IV, 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo (ZWV 181/4)

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Cambridge Society for Early Music Series
Oct
20
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cambridge Society for Early Music Series

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka

A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sonata I (ZWV 181/1) 
Zelenka, Vide, Domine, cantilena circularis (ZWV 179)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) 
Bach, Fugue in g minor (from Fantasy and Fugue for organ, BWV 542)
INTERMISSION
Bach, Aria from Schleicht, spielende Wellen BWV 206/7
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C major, WTC, book 1
Bach, Canon a 2 super thema regium
Bach, Three-Part Ricercar from The Musical Offering (BWV 1079) 
Zelenka, Sonata IV, 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo (ZWV 181/4)

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Cambridge Society for Early Music Series
Oct
21
8:00pm 8:00pm

Cambridge Society for Early Music Series

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka

A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sonata I (ZWV 181/1) 
Zelenka, Vide, Domine, cantilena circularis (ZWV 179)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) 
Bach, Fugue in g minor (from Fantasy and Fugue for organ, BWV 542)
INTERMISSION
Bach, Aria from Schleicht, spielende Wellen BWV 206/7
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C major, WTC, book 1
Bach, Canon a 2 super thema regium
Bach, Three-Part Ricercar from The Musical Offering (BWV 1079) 
Zelenka, Sonata IV, 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo (ZWV 181/4)

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Cambridge Society for Early Music Series
Oct
22
4:00pm 4:00pm

Cambridge Society for Early Music Series

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka

A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sonata I (ZWV 181/1) 
Zelenka, Vide, Domine, cantilena circularis (ZWV 179)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) 
Bach, Fugue in g minor (from Fantasy and Fugue for organ, BWV 542)
INTERMISSION
Bach, Aria from Schleicht, spielende Wellen BWV 206/7
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C major, WTC, book 1
Bach, Canon a 2 super thema regium
Bach, Three-Part Ricercar from The Musical Offering (BWV 1079) 
Zelenka, Sonata IV, 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo (ZWV 181/4)

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Cambridge Society for Early Music Series
Oct
23
7:30pm 7:30pm

Cambridge Society for Early Music Series

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka

A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sonata I (ZWV 181/1) 
Zelenka, Vide, Domine, cantilena circularis (ZWV 179)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) 
Bach, Fugue in g minor (from Fantasy and Fugue for organ, BWV 542)
INTERMISSION
Bach, Aria from Schleicht, spielende Wellen BWV 206/7
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C major, WTC, book 1
Bach, Canon a 2 super thema regium
Bach, Three-Part Ricercar from The Musical Offering (BWV 1079) 
Zelenka, Sonata IV, 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo (ZWV 181/4)

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Kleine Kammermusik plays "Kleine Kammermusik"
Jan
26
7:00pm 7:00pm

Kleine Kammermusik plays "Kleine Kammermusik"

  • Kizlak Center, University of Pennsylvania (map)
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Kleine Kammermusik plays Kleine Kammermusik
Music in the Pavilion, Kizlak Center, UPenn Library, Philadelphia

Philidor, March
Couperin, La Steinquerque
Purcell, Suite from Fairy Queen
G.F. Handel, Keyboard suite
Handel, Trio Sonata in C minor
Telemann, Suite in B-flat from Kleine Kammermusik
Telemann, Bassoon Sonata in F minor
Fasch, Trio Sonata in G Minor

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Bach at Seven Chamber Music Series
May
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Bach at Seven Chamber Music Series

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka

A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

Jan Dismas Zelenka, Sonata I (ZWV 181/1) 
Zelenka, Vide, Domine, cantilena circularis (ZWV 179)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) 
Bach, Fugue in g minor (from Fantasy and Fugue for organ, BWV 542)
INTERMISSION
Bach, Aria from Schleicht, spielende Wellen BWV 206/7
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C major, WTC, book 1
Bach, Canon a 2 super thema regium
Bach, Three-Part Ricercar from The Musical Offering (BWV 1079) 
Zelenka, Sonata IV, 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo (ZWV 181/4)

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Fanfare and Filigree: CD Release Concert at BEMF Fringe
Jun
14
11:00am11:00am

Fanfare and Filigree: CD Release Concert at BEMF Fringe

Celebrate the release of KKM's debut recording, "Fanfare and Filigree," which will be distributed by Acis Productions. Our concert at the Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Series will offer a sneak peek of some of the works from the CD, complemented by other pieces in our repertoire. CDs and KKM tote bags will be available at the concert. We have put a lot of work and love into this album and we can't wait to share it with you!

 

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Kleine Kammermusik at the Music House
May
19
7:00pm 7:00pm

Kleine Kammermusik at the Music House

Meg Owens, oboe  |  Rebecca Humphrey, cello  |  Leon Schelhase, harpsichord

The French influence on much of J.S. Bach's music is well known and an age-old subject of much lively discussion. Kleine Kammermusik brings to the Music House an opportunity for listeners to go to the center of the discussion, performing some of Bach's French-style chamber music, alongside works by François Couperin (whose music was well known to Bach), the cellist Jean-Baptiste Barrière, and Couperin's student, François Chauvon.

Suggested donations:
$20 per concert
Seniors-$15 per concert
Students-$5 per concert

Space is Limited-Reservations Required!
Email:  themusichouse@suddenlink.net
Phone:  (252) 367-1892

The Music House, owned by ECU Music Professor John O’Brien, is a Victorian home — one of the oldest in Greenville — which has been meticulously preserved and decorated in period style. Built 1901-04 by Jesse Moye The Music House serves as a unique bed & breakfast and live music venue. 

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Tides and Treaties: Music of the 1720s
Feb
3
8:00pm 8:00pm

Tides and Treaties: Music of the 1720s

In the 1720s the rulers of Europe settled their entrenched rivalry with treaties of peace and reconciliation. We have chosen a program that celebrates the changing tides of European culture with music of astounding beauty and virtuosity.

Presented by Capitol Early Music.
For tickets and information, please visit http://capitolearlymusic.org/concerts/friday-february-3-2017-800-pm/

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Baroque Bonanza II
Jun
18
8:00pm 8:00pm

Baroque Bonanza II

  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Capitol Hill (map)
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Collaboration with Modern Musick, featuring music of Rameau, Couperin, and Marais, and featuring instrumental favorites from Les Indes Galantes.

General admission (at the door): $25, or $20 for students and seniors

St. Mark's Episcopal Church is located on Capitol Hill behind the Library of Congress, and 4 blocks from the Capitol South Metro station.

 

 

 
 
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