Evening Concert

Mozart K.407 “Horn Quintet” plus music of music by Saint-Saens and others

The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and Fiesta! on the "Evening Concert"

Sunday, June 12, 6:00 pm: NEW SERIES (May-June-July only):

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival (SFE 22-07)

Mozart’s K. 407 Horn Quintet
Kurt Weill: “Song von Mandelay” from Happy End (1929) and “Die Ballade von der Höllen-lili” (1929)
HK Gruber, chansonnier; Kirill Gerstein, piano
W.A. Mozart: Horn Quintet in E-flat Major, K. 407 (1782); Stefan Dohr, horn; Paul Huang, violin; CarlaMaria Rodrigues & Brett Dean, viola; Peter Stumpf, cello
H.K. Gruber: Frankenstein!!, a Pan-demonium for Baritone Chansonnier and Ensemble After Children's Rhymes by H.C. Artmann (1976-77); HK Gruber, chansonnier; Guillermo Figueroa, conductor; L.P.
How & Daniel Jordan, violin; Theresa Rudolph, viola; Joseph Johnson, cello; Mark Tatum, double bass; Tara Helen O'Connor, flute; Laura Ardan, clarinet; Christopher Millard, bassoon; Philip Myers, horn; Matthew Ernst, trumpet; Daniel Druckman, percussion; Jacob Greenberg, piano

Sunday, June 12, 7:00 pm: Chamber Mus. Soc. of Lincoln Center (CMS 22-38)

French IV: The Power of Two
Saint-Saëns: Fantasie in A major for Violin and Harp, Op. 124; Kristin Lee, Violin; Bridget Kibbey, Harp
Debussy: Six épigraphes antiques for Piano, Four Hands; Soyeon Kate Lee, Piano; Gilbert Kalish, Piano
Boëllmann: Sonata in A minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 40; Gary Hoffman, Cello; David Selig, Piano

Sunday, June 12, 8:00 pm: Fiesta! With Elbio Barilari (FST 22-11)

Baroque Music from Mexico, Peru, and Brazil

The music written and performed in Latin America during the Colonial period (16th to early 19th centuries) has become more popular in recent years. However, even before those treasures were rediscovered, several composers from the region showed their interest in exploring the strong connections between Spanish (and European) music from the past and Latin American music, expressed also in the multiple similarities with early and baroque music one can find in Latin American folk music.

Fabián Pérez Ximeno: Ay, galeguiños. Juan Garcia de Zéspedes: Hermoso amor que forxas tus flechas & Convidando está la noche. Francisco de Vidales: Los que fueron de buen gusto. The Rose Ensemble

Anonymous: Sonata "Chiquitana" No. 4. Florilegium & Arakaendar Bolivia Choir
Anonymous: Dennos licencia senores & Nino il mijor quey logrado. Grupo de Canto Coral; Baroque Orchestra; Nestor E. Adrenacci, conductor

Manuel Dias de Oliveira:  Te Deum laudamus.  Ensemble Turicum; Luiz Alves da Silva, conductor
Manuel Dias de Oliveira: Magnificat, and Gloria-Amen.  Camerata de Rio de Janeiro; Luiz Alves da Silva, conductor