a chamber music program of fury, loss . . . and bubbly joy
Kristin Knutson, soprano
Christine Hauptly Annin, violin
Nathan Giglierano, violin
Marika Fischer Hoyt, viola
Charlie Rasmussen, cello
Dan Sullivan, harpsichord
with special guest
Linda Pereksta, flute
In Two Performances:
Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 7:00 PM
St. Matthias Episcopal Church
111 E. Main Street, Waukesha
Tickets available online and at the door.
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Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 2:30 PM
Madison Chinese Christian Church
1510 Madison St., Madison
$15 General Admission
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Join us for a program of dark and stormy pieces! Sonata à Quattro’s 3rd Season opens with a program which explores the darker side of human experience, from Vivaldi’s motet, burning with godly rage, to Bach’s secular Cantata, deploring the departure of a beloved friend. Quantz’ bubbly Flute Quartet in D Major provides some needed moments of optimism, before we turn to the poignant, brooding Barrière Cello Sonata. Even the viola gets a turn, in the Telemann, to unfold a haunting saga of tragic beauty.
But the composers do not leave us in despair; each one leads the listener through the dark night of the soul, to the morning after.
Bonus: the Bach Cantata opens with an awesome instrumental Sinfonia that is not to be missed! SAQ is so pleased to welcome flutist Linda Pereksta, a consummate artist who shines in the Quantz, Telemann, and Bach.
• Motet: In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626 by Antonio Vivaldi
• Quartet No. 1 in D Major by Johann Joachim Quantz
• Cello Sonata in C Minor, Book II No. 6 by Jean-Baptiste Barrière
• Concerto à 4 in D Minor, TWV 43:d2 by Georg Philipp Telemann
• Cantata 209: Non sa che sia dolore by Johann Sebastian Bach
The Madison concert will be followed by a dark chocolate reception.