Evening Concert

Dvorák’s Opus 23 Piano Quartet in D major


Sunday February 21: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS 21-22)

A Trio of Cultures

Harbison (b. 1938): IF for Soprano and Ensemble (CMS Co-Commission, New York Premiere)

Joélle Harvey, Soprano; Adam Walker, Flute; Romie de Guise-Langlois, Clarinet; Francisco Fullana, Violin; Che-Yen Chen, Viola; Dmitri Atapine, Cello; Timothy Cobb, Double Bass; Michael Brown, Piano; Ian Rosenbaum, Percussion

Dvorák: Quartet in D major for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 23

Jon Kimura Parker, Piano; Kristin Lee, Violin; Cynthia Phelps, Viola; Clive Greensmith, Cello Mendelssohn: Lied ohne Worte in A major for Piano, Op. 19b, No. 3, “Jägerlied”

Anne-Marie McDermott, Piano


Early Music With Sara Schneider (EMN 20-35)

Valentine's Day  

[The program differs from the listing in Patterns Magazine: VT error]

This week we're delving into the concept of fin'amor, which is often translated as courtly love. The troubadours were the most famous courtly love poets, but they weren't the only ones. We'll hear motets from the Montpellier Codex, songs from Le Voir Dit by Machaut, and the dawn song Reis Glorios. Our performers include Anonymous 4, Paul Hillier, and the Oxford Camerata.

Giraut de Bornelh: Reis Glorios. Paul Hillier, baritone; Stephen Stubbs, lute
Adam de la Halle: Je muir. Ensemble Leones
Guillaume de Machaut: Plourez Dames; Puis qu’en oubli; Dis et sept cinq; Oxford Camerata
Guillaume de Machaut: Douce Dame. Orlando Consort
Anon.: Plus bele que flor; Amours mi font souffrir; Celui en qui; Au cuer un mal; Joliement; and
Ce que je tieng;  J’ai si bien mon cuer assiz; Dame, que je n’os noumer; Entre Copin; Anonymous 4