Saturday, November 26

New Esterházy Quartet
“Haydn & His Students III.”
The New Esterházy Quartet (Lisa Weiss, Kati Kyme, Anthony Martin, William Skeen) offer music by Haydn (Op. 20, No. 2 in C) and his students Anton Reicha (Op. 94, No. 3 in f) and Beethoven (Op. 95 in F minor, Serioso). Both Haydn’s and Beethoven’s quartets were dedicated to Nicholas Zmeskall, whose own Quartet in D minor will also be heard.
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church,
1111 O’Farrell Street at Franklin, San Francisco.

“A Feast of Music: Marais, Handel, and Bach.”
Letitia Berlin, recorder; David Morris, viola da gamba; and Yuko Tanaka, harpsichord; with special guest Erica Dunkle, alto, perform arias and sonatas from Germany and France. At the heart of the program will be arias by Georg Frideric Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach and sonatas and suites by Handel and Marin Marais.
7:30 pm
Foothills Congregational Church
461 Orange Ave.
Los Altos, CA 94022
Free for children under 15 accompanied by an adult. 510-882-1169

Sunday, November 27

Repeats program November 26 – “A Feast of Music: Marais, Handel, and Bach.”
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
1501 Washington Ave, Albany

The Euphora Project: Duo Euphora
Musica Celestis et Mortalis: Celestial Harmonies & Earthly Overtones of the 17th Century
In memory of the English philosopher, artist and musician Robert Fludd (1574-1637) and Italy’s poet-hero Alighieri Dante (1265-1321), Musica Celestis et Mortalis celebrates the “music of the spheres;” the Pythagorean belief in a universe ordered upon the musical harmonies produced by the movements of the heavenly bodies forever echoed throughout the earth.  Illuminating this connection between heaven and earth, Musica Celestis et Mortalis explores both English and Italian “music of the spheres” from the Early Baroque.  With exquisite music for theorbo and voice, Amy and Dominic will perform the celestial sounds of Giovanni Felice Sances, Barbara Strozzi, Henry Purcell, Claudio Monteverdi, Bellerofonte Castaldi…
Amy White, soprano & Dominic Schaner, theorbo
Saint Johns Episcopal Church
40 Fifth Street Petaluma CA 94952
Tickets are $20 each :: 18 & under free, half price for students, no one will be turned away for lack of funds, all are welcome…
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New Esterházy Quartet
Repeats program November 26 – “Haydn & His Students III.”
All Saints Church
555 Waverly St., Palo Alto.