Bach’s “2nd Orchestral Suite”, Beethoven’s “Archduke” Piano Trio then “Fiesta!”
Sunday, June 5, 6:00 pm: NEW SERIES (May-June-July only):
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival (SFE 22-06)
Serenades for Strings
Piatti: Serenade for Two Cellos and Piano. N. Canellakis & J. Johnson, cellos; I. Barnatan, piano
Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067. Tara Helen O’Connor, flute; Orion String Quartet; Kristen Bruya, bass; Kathleen McIntosh, harpsichord
Josef Suk: Serenade for Strings in E-flat major, Op.6. J. Gilbert, D. Hope, K. Brauer, B. Beilman, H. de Souza, L.P. How, violins; C. Rodrigues, L. Francis, violas; J. Johnson, N. Canellakis, cellos; K. Bruya, M. Tatum, double basses
Sunday, June 5, 7:00 pm: Chamber Mus. Soc. of Lincoln Center (CMS 22-37)
Wit and Majesty
Haydn: Quartet in E-flat major for Strings, Hob. III:38, Op. 33, No. 2, “The Joke”. Orion String Quartet
Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 7, Op. 97, “Archduke”. J. Denk, p.; E. Keefe, violin; E. Baltacigil, cello
Sunday, June 5, 8:00 pm: Fiesta! With Elbio Barilari (FST 22-10)
Hidden Jewels by Camargo Guarnieri
Mozart Camargo Guarnieri spent most of his career under the shadow of his name and of fellow Brazilian composer, Heitor Villa-Lobos. Like Villa-Lobos, Guarnieri brought the music of Brazil to the concert stage through symphonies, operas, dance music and song. After all, with a name like Mozart what else could you be but a composer?
Brazilian Dance: Max Barros, piano. Piano Concerto No. 3. Max Barros, piano; Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Conlin, conductor. Symphony No. 6 São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling, conductor. Ponteios: Book One (Excerpt) Max Barros, piano.