Flute, Viola and Violin,
Piano and Harpsichord
“BAROQUE AFFECTIONS” – a prologue to our season’s theme about “The War of the Romantics”
Elivi Varga, flute
Adelya Shagidullina, violin and viola
Katarzyna Salwinski, piano and harpsichord
Rollin Wilber, piano
This intimate musicale acts as a prologue to our upcoming four-concert season. It introduces a theme that became a revolution about the meaning of music, an epoch which is called “The War of the Romantics.”
From Baroque to early classical, the works played have great intimacy, tenderness, and express a variety of “affections” both strong and beautiful throughout the concert.
Throughout the season, we will explore a full span of music history, composers, various personalities, and a growing drama over musical ideals that spawned a broad wealth of classical works.
Our concerts will be packed with meaningful works drawn across musical eras, from Baroque and classical, the heights of romanticism, and bridging into sounds of the 20th century. We plan to inform and involve our audiences in the sharing of these ideas – and with some special “drama” of our own.
As an overall preparation about our musical theme this season, there will be a short introductory discussion with the musicians for a half-hour before the concert.
A reception will follow the performance.
PLEASE JOIN US !
George Frideric Handel
Jean Philippe Rameau
Princess Anna Amalia of Prussia
Johann Sebastian Bach
Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach
* solos and duos with viola, flute and violin
* music with harpsichord, piano, and piano four-hands
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018 at 7:30 pm
IVY HALL – International Institute for Culture
6331 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151
ADMISSION: $27/general; $22/seniors; $10/students
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