The Orion Quartet plays Mozart’s “Dissonance” string quartet on the “Evening Concert”

October 11, 2020
 

Sunday October 11: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS 20-03)

Genius Matured

Beethoven: Sonata in D major for Cello and Piano, Op. 102, No. 2

Paul Watkins, cello; Alessio Bax, piano

Mozart: Quartet in C major for Strings, K. 465, “Dissonance”

Orion String Quartet (Todd Phillips, Violin I; Daniel Phillips, Violin II; Steven Tenenbom, Viola; Timothy Eddy, Cello)

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Early Music With Sara Schneider (EMN 20-16) (Series returns to WILL)

Vox Femina III          

 Raphaella Aleotti was born into a wealthy family in Ferrara in 1575, and would go on to direct an elite ensemble of nuns at the convent of San Vito, for whom she also composed music. We'll hear some of her compositions performed by Cappella Artemisia. We'll also hear the 'secret music' of the concerto delle donne, a group of virtuoso female singers founded by Alfonso II, Duke of Ferrara

Luzzasco Luzzaschi: Occhi del pianto mio; O primavera. Musica Secreta

Luzzaschi: Toccata del quarto tono. John Toll, harpsichord

Luzzaschi: I’mi son giovinetta. O dolcezz’amarissime d’Amore. Non sa che sia dolore. Musica Secreta

Alessandro Piccinini: Toccata No. 12. Paula Chateauneuf, chitarrone.

Luzzaschi: Ricercare John Toll, harpsichord

Luzzaschi: Deh vieni ormai cor mio. Musica Secreta

Raphaella Aleotti: Sancta et Immaculata. Cappella Artemisia

Ercole Pasquini: Iubilate Deo. Cappella Artemisia

Aleotti: Diligam te Domine. Miserere mei Deus. Cappella Artemisia

Lorenzo Agnelli: Lauda Syon. Caro mea. Cappella Artemisia

Francesca Caccini: Ciaccona. Cappella di Santa Maria Francesca


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These programs are partially sponsored by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.

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