Stephanie Corwin

Modern and Historical Bassoons

May
23
7:30 PM19:30

Clarion Society

Clarion at 60
Clarion celebrates 60 years as one of America's oldest early music organizations and the legacy of its founder, Newell Jenkins. The 35-piece period-instrument Clarion Orchestra, and the 24-member Clarion Choir will perform Haydn's final major work, the splendid Harmoniemesse, named for its intricate writing for the winds, together with his festive and brilliant Te Deum, composed in 1802 for Empress Maria Teresa.

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May
16
7:00 PM19:00

Kleine Kammermusik at Bach @7

The Art of Counterpoint from Bach to Zelenka
A program demonstrating the richness of contrapuntal invention from the two great High Baroque masters. Working in close proximity to each other--Leipzig and Dresden, the capital of Saxony just 100km distance--Bach and Zelenka knew and admired each other. From their distinctive personalities they each developed equally intricate and dazzlingly virtuosic styles of counterpoint.

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Apr
22
4:00 PM16:00

Kleine Kammermusik with Pegasus Early Music and NYS Baroque

Fanfare and Filigree
Based on our first CD release, a program featuring music from battlefield and peacetime. We will be joined by lutenist Deb Fox in a predominantly French program with music designed to accompany military campaigns, and triumphant celebrations balanced with elegant music in the highly decorated Baroque style. Music by Marais, Philidor, de Vissé, Lully, Zelenka, Dornel and Fasch.

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Apr
21
7:30 PM19:30

Kleine Kammermusik with Pegasus Early Music and NYS Baroque

Fanfare and Filigree
Based on our first CD release, a program featuring music from battlefield and peacetime. We will be joined by lutenist Deb Fox in a predominantly French program with music designed to accompany military campaigns, and triumphant celebrations balanced with elegant music in the highly decorated Baroque style. Music by Marais, Philidor, de Vissé, Lully, Zelenka, Dornel and Fasch.

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Apr
20
7:00 PM19:00

Kleine Kammermusic with Pegasus Early Music and NYS Baroque

Fanfare and Filigree
Based on our first CD release, a program featuring music from battlefield and peacetime. We will be joined by lutenist Deb Fox in a predominantly French program with music designed to accompany military campaigns, and triumphant celebrations balanced with elegant music in the highly decorated Baroque style. Music by Marais, Philidor, de Vissé, Lully, Zelenka, Dornel and Fasch.

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Mar
8
7:30 PM19:30

Kleine Kammermusik: PhilaLandmarks Early Music Series

Woods and Brooks: Horticultural and Musical connections between 18th-century Europe and America 
The eighteenth century saw a craze for horticulture, enriched by discoveries on colonial expeditions, and particularly plants and trees from North America that were found to adapt remarkably well to the European climate. While outside, aristocrats planted intricately designed gardens and took pride in propagating rare species collected on exotic travels, inside their salons, they cultivated music with equal vigor, so that it flourished with equal profusion. This concert of works from the Baroque age will be accompanied by a lecture outlining parallels between the trade of materials such as plants and timbers used in the construction of musical instruments, and the exchange of musical culture in the eighteenth century.

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Jan
26
7:00 PM19:00

Music in the Pavilion

Kleine Kammermusik Plays Kleine Kammermusik

Our group takes its name from a set of pieces Georg Philipp Telemann published and dedicated to four oboists that had played in an ensemble at Dresden court known as the Petite Musique de Chamber—or in German Kleine Kammermusik. On this program we play excerpts from these charming pieces.  Telemann as sufficiently proud of them to expand them later by adding inner parts and an overture to each. An edition of these recently discovered works is found in the UPenn library. The result is in line with the type of music that oboe bands (mixed ensembles of oboes, bassoons and string instruments) would have played across Europe. We will demonstrate the versatility of this combination with ceremonial marches, stylish chamber music by Fasch and a suite of movements from Purcell’s Fairy Queen found in a set of part books that may have belonged to the British Queen Charlotte’s personal band. This is a work that legendary conductor Leopold Stokowsky programmed with the Philadelphia Orchestra; his (quite different) arrangement is preserved in the Kizlak Centre.

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Dec
9
8:00 PM20:00

Mercury Houston

ARCANGELO CORELLI

Concerto Gross in G minor, Op. 6, No. 8 “Christmas Concerto”

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Exsultate, jubilate, K. 165
Laudamus te from Great Mass, K. 427
Agnus Dei from Coronation Mass K. 317

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Aria from Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248

FRANZ JOSEF HAYDN
Symphony No. 26 in D minor “Lamentatione” Hob. I/26

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