S A N F R A N C I S C O B A Y A R E A EARLY MUSIC NEWS MARCH/APRIL 2008 The SFEMS 2007–2008 sea- son concludes the last weekend Forqueray Rules icated a piece to each of them. Furthermore, Forqueray, like his of April, and for our ﬁnal con- by Peter Hallifax and Julie Jeffrey father before him, clearly stated cert, we present the gamba duo his intention to do on the viol Hallifax & Jeffrey, with guest and Boccherini. Lindberg is out Europe. A large and varied everything that could be done lutenist Jakob Lindberg, in a equally famous for his live per- body of chamber music was on the violin. program of late French baroque formances. He is active both as written for them, especially in However, Forqueray’s mu- music for viols and theorbo. The a soloist, and as an accompanist England. The bass viol, always sic does more than incorporate ensemble will play two of the for Emma Kirkby and Anne the solo instrument of the fam- the violinists’ technical advanc- Forqueray suites for viol and Sophie von Otter, among many ily, inspired virtuoso traditions es, it also stands out because continuo as well as music for others. throughout the Continent. Until harmonically and structurally it two viols and continuo by Marin Besides providing continuo the rise of the violin, the bass is unmistakably the music of a Marais, and music for solo theo- for the Forqueray and Marais viol ruled. new, more extroverted genera- rbo by Robert de Visée. (Marais himself said that 2 vi- Starting in the late 17th cen- tion of composers, that of Ra- Longtime Bay Area viol ols and a theorbo was the best tury, the French developed meau, Royer, Duphly, and Bal- players Peter Hallifax and Julie possible combination for his perhaps the greatest of the solo bastre, composers with a taste Jeffrey formed their ensemble in music), Lindberg will play a bass viol repertoires. French for the dramatic gesture and 2005. Both players were looking set of music for solo theorbo violists pushed the instrument wild harmonic progression. for a new approach to interpre- by Robert de Visée. De Visée, a to new limits, adding an extra This, then, is the lure of tation, and both were fascinat- contemporary of Marais, was string to the bass, using ever Forqueray’s music; it is really ed by the music of Forqueray. the most famous of all French more complex chords, and the only French viol music to Through intensive rehearsal over lutenists and guitarists. He was playing consistently higher on desert the supremely elegant a long period of time, keeping to appointed maître de guitarre at the fingerboard. The works but relatively sedate muse of a relatively narrow repertoire, the court of Louis XIV, where he of Marin Marais (we will play Marais and Couperin, and em- they have developed a uniquely was also known to have played Marais’ Chaconne for 2 viols brace the decadence and dazzle interactive style that enables the viol. De Visée’s music is as in the concerts), François Cou- of the new school of mid-18th them to continually modify and much a landmark for the lute as perin, and Charles Dollé all century French composers. It reinvent their interpretation Forqueray’s is for the viol. exploit the enormous range and is true that the violist Charles during a performance. In the following article, subtlety of tone that earned the Dollé also shows some inter- Having started with Forqu- Peter and Julie discuss the revo- bass viol the title “the king of est in the new musical style, eray, they have since branched lutionary music of the concert’s instruments and the instrument and his music is also extremely out to Dollé, Couperin, Marais, title composer. of kings.” technically challenging; how- and most recently to English Yet the music of Forqueray, ever, his 3 suites for bass viol 17th-century music. However, The Music of almost the last publication for show a more measured ap- Forqueray is still their touch- Jean-Baptiste Forqueray the instrument, is radically dif- proach to the experiment. By stone, as he is for so many gam- In 1747, Jean-Baptiste ferent in harmonic language contrast, Forqueray is nothing bists, and his music continues to Forqueray published ﬁve suites and makes new technical de- if not unreserved. Technically inspire their work. for bass viol and continuo (he mands on the player. Forqu- and musically, he has no inhibi- For these concerts, Hallifax attributed the music to his re- eray seems to have invented an tions. As one observer said, his & Jeffrey are delighted to be cently-deceased father, Antoine entirely new way of playing the music is like coffee with cream joined by Jakob Lindberg, who Forqueray, also a famous violist, instrument. and brandy. scarcely needs an introduction. but scholars believe Jean-Bap- Dr. Lucy Robinson, the Forqueray writes of his For the last 30 years, he has tiste himself actually wrote the leading Forqueray scholar, be- wish to keep the tradition of the been one of the world’s pre- music). This music, revolution- lieves that Forqueray’s revo- viol alive in the face of increas- eminent lutenists, with dozens of ary at the time, remains a land- lutionary music was mostly a ing competition from the violin recording to his credit, covering mark of the repertoire. result of absorbing the technical family. He must have hoped the repertoire for lute and early For over 200 years, since virtuosity of violinists such as that by having been so spec- guitar from Dowland and the at least the mid 16th century, Leclair, Guignon, and Marella. tacularly successful in adapting Italian Renaissance through viols had been the dominant Certainly, Forqueray admired his beloved viol to the dashing Weiss and Bach through Haydn stringed instruments through- these musicians and in fact ded- —continued on page 10 THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA EARLY MUSIC NEWS Newsletter of the San Francisco Ear- ly Music Society, published monthly except July and August. Early Music Pioneer, Jonathan Harris, Managing Editor To our readers: Kathy Clement, Production Editor This is a double issue of the SFEMS newsletter including Ralph Harriman ADVERTISING RATES news and events for March and April. We had intended to In the 1970s and 1980s Ads should be sent camera-ready at produce our normal March issue, but no article covering this an East Bay early music group the proper size, or call the Production Editor at 415-752-6287 for digital month’s concert was submitted, and there was little if any called Amici Musicæ performed speciﬁcations. Typesetting and design news for the ﬁrst half of March that had not been covered in medieval and Renaissance services are available at extra cost. the February newsletter and calendar, so we made an editorial music in costume at librar- Prices are for one issue; multiple issues available at reduced cost. 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You print your own 8 1/2 x research on herbs used through 11 insert (1000 copies 20# paper), the ages. deliver to us, and we fold it in. A bibliography of pieces Classiﬁed advertising rate is 50¢ per published by Musica Sacra et word/$10 minimum. Submit ad Profana can be found at www. exactly as you want it to read. publicinterest.com. His friends Calendar entries are free. describe Ralph Harriman as an Send all submissions and outstanding musician who will advertising to: be greatly missed. If you knew SFEMS NEWSLETTER him and would like to share c/o Jonathan Harris 1165 McDonald Drive, memories, you can contact Lee Pinole, CA 94564 McRae, LMcR@aol.com, Kate 510-724-3212 Frankel, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or Corlu Collier of the Oregon SFEMS: 510-528-1725 firstname.lastname@example.org Coast Recorder Society, corlu@ www.sfems.org actionnet.net. Deadline for Singers’ Deadline for all submissions and advertising for the Early Music Retreat Extended News is FIVE WEEKS before the Lee McRae asked us to month of publication (e.g. Sep- remind you that the registration tember 25 for the November issue). deadline for the March 29–30 Singers’ Retreat deliberately has been set quite late—March 25, in fact! This spring’s session of the popular conclave focuses 510.776.4647 on the sacred music of Thomas Tallis. The Retreat takes place w w w. s h e i l a n e w b e ry. c o m at the San Francisco Theologi- cal Seminary in San Anselmo. See this month’s calendar for speciﬁcs. 2 The Headlands workshop Come Make Music May 16–18 is held at the Point Bonita Marin Headlands are again Frances Feldon, Eileen Hadid- YMCA, one of very few public green and full of wildﬂowers, ian, and Shira Kammen. Out- facilities on this largely un- so the Marin Headlands Re- of-area guest conductors will be developed area of California corder Workshop 2008 can’t be David Barnett and John Tyson. coast. Set in a meadow with far off. Again this workshop Music offered will span peri- short walks to Pacific Ocean Itchy Fingers will swell with harmonies of ods and styles, from medieval vistas, the historic Point Bonita Musica Paciﬁca is pleased recorders, viols, and perhaps a and Renaissance polyphony Lighthouse, and remnants of to announce the release of psaltery or drum on May 16–18 to contemporary works, both WWII fortiﬁcations, it is a place their newest CD, Fire Beneath this year. Intermediate and composed and improvised. to get away, recharge, and meet My Fingers—Virtuoso Solo and advanced players are warmly The workshop is designed new friends, and re-connect Chamber Concertos by Vivaldi, invited to join members of the to be welcoming and inclusive with old ones. The accommo- Sammartini, and Tartini, on sponsoring East Bay Chapter of as well as challenging. Some of dations include dormitory-style the Dorian/Sono Luminus la- the American Recorder Society, the planned highlights include rooms, a large dining area, and bel. The recording repertoire a SFEMS affiliate, at this an- works of Machaut, Josquin, playing spaces all on one level. includes the Sammartini Re- nual musical workshop. Music Morley, Palestrina and Willaert. Rooms are also available for corder Concerto in F (Judith making begins on Friday and We’ll enjoy English dance tunes impromptu jam sessions. Linsenberg, recorder); Tartini continues through Sunday after- from Playford’s collection as Information on accom- Violin Concerto in A (Elizabeth noon, including also one- and well as music by Handel and modations and registration will Blumenstock, violin); Vivaldi two-day options. his buddies. We expect some be mailed to past participants. Bassoon Concerto in Bb (Mi- With many familiar faces lively Celtic dances, along with Please contact Cindy Keune at chael McCraw bassoon); as well as well as some newcomers, some Spanish ﬂavors in “Nueva email@example.com, Jody as chamber concertos by Vivaldi this year’s faculty reﬂects the Espana: Music from the New Harcourt at jodyharcourt@com- for diverse combinations of in- rich resources and depth of our World”, and “La Spagna.” For cast.net, or Anna Lisa Kronman struments. The CD is currently Bay Area recorder community. added interest we will offer at 925-258-9442, or annalisak- available directly from Musica Conductors will include Annette “In good humor right into the firstname.lastname@example.org, for more Pacifica or on Dorian.com. It Bauer, Tish Berlin, Tom Bickley, open world! The Music of Frans information or to be added to should soon be available on Frances Blaker, Louise Carslake, Geysen (b.1936).” the mailing list. iTunes and Amazon.com. Harpsichordist Vinikour in Concert and Master Class Live at Mission Blue is Association). The class, which honored to present world-re- starts at 2:00 P . M ., also takes nowned harpsichordist Jory place at the Mission Blue Cen- Vinikour in a solo recital on Sat- ter, 475 Mission Blue Drive in urday, March 29, at 8:00 P.M. Mr. Brisbane. Vinikour’s devotion to perform- Jory Vinikour is recognized ing contemporary works is evi- as one of the outstanding harp- dent in his program—selections that encompass both Thomas sichordists of his generation. A highly diversiﬁed career brings Early Music Offerings Tomkins’ “Barofastus’ Dream” him to the world’s most impor- Come Listen! and Gyorgy Ligeti’s “Passacaglia tant festivals and concert halls Ungherese.” A highlight of the as recital and concerto soloist, program will be a newly com- partner to several of today’s ﬁn- missioned work, “Perpetuum est singers, and increasingly as mobile,” for solo harpsichord a conductor. from the French composer Re- Robert Campo has been gis Campo. This witty and vir- an active composer since 1990 Conservatory Baroque Ensemble tuosic piece for harpsichord, and is the recipient of many Corey Jamason and Elisabeth Reed, directors with its whirling passages set in awards and commissions. He increasingly complex time sig- has worked closely with the Vivaldi Gloria and Charpentier Les arts ﬂorissants natures, reﬂects the composer’s Berkeley Symphony Orchestra Friday, March 14, 8:00 p.m. love of Scarlatti and Soler’s in- and its conductor Kent Na- ventiveness. Mr. Campo’s own gano, who conducted the pre- Saturday, March 15, 8:00 p.m. Gallic wit is never far, even as mières of his Lumen (2001) Tickets: $20/15 he puts great demands on the and Symphonie No. 1 (2003) harpsichordist’s talents. He composes for a wide range The following afternoon of instrumentation. The new Mr. Vinikour presents a mas- work for harpsichord is his 415.503.6275 | www.sfcm.edu ter class, in co-operation with second major composition for 50 Oak Street, San Francisco WEKA (Western Early Keyboard that instrument. 3 4 CALENDAR OF EARLY MUSIC I N T H E S A N F R A N C I S C O B A Y A R E A Thursday, March 13 THE-BACH, www.juniorbach. First Congregational Church, Wednesday, March 19 PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE org Dana & Durant Sts., Berkeley. M ID -P ENINSULA R ECORDER (Nicholas McGegan, direc- PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE OR- 8PM ORCHESTRA regular meeting, for tor) presents “The Queen of CHESTRA repeats program of SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY players of recorder, early winds Egypt.” Handel, “Piangerò, la March 13. First United Method- Baroque Ensemble, Corey Ja- or early strings. Bring your sorte mia” from Giulio Cesare; ist Church, Hamilton & Webster mason and Elisabeth Reed, di- instrument(s) and music stand. Graun: Overture and arias from Streets, Palo Alto. 8PM rectors, presents Vivaldi Gloria Music Room number 060, J.L. Cleopatra e Cesare; Matheson: SANTA CRUZ BAROQUE FESTIVAL and Charpentier Les arts ﬂorris- Stanford Middle School, 480 The Death of Cleopatra (with presents “The Czar’s Guitars.” sants. Concert Hall, San Fran- E. Meadow, Palo Alto. 8–10PM Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano); Oleg Timofeyev and John Sch- cisco Conservatory of Music, 50 650-591-3648 or www.sfems. and King Frederick the Great, neiderman, Russian 7-string Oak Street, San Francisco. 8PM org/mpro Concerto for Flute (Janet See, guitars, perform arrangements $20/$15 415-864-7326, www. S AN F RANCISCO C HAPTER OF soloist). Herbst Theatre, 401 of Glinka arias, as well as noc- sfcm.edu THE AMERICAN RECORDER SOCIETY Van Ness & McAllister, San turnes and potpourris from Sunday, March 16 regular monthly meeting for re- Francisco. 8PM Pre-concert the court of Nicholas II. UC CHATTANOOGA CHAMBER MU- corder players, Frances Blaker lecture 45 minutes before each Santa Cruz Recital Hall, UCSC SIC presents Katherine Roberts guest conductor. All levels wel- performance. $30–$72 415-392- Campus, Santa Cruz. 7:30PM Perl, harpsichords, performing come; music will be provided. 4400 or www.philharmonia. $23/$18/$15 ($2 parking music of Froberger, Fischer, Bring music stand. Newcomers org charge) 831-457-9693 or www. Böhm, Buxtehude, and J.S. welcome. St. John’s United Friday, March 14 scbaroque.org Bach. Home of Kathy Perl, 152 Church of Christ, 501 Laguna 55 TH A NNUAL J UNIOR B ACH Saturday, March 15 Chattanooga St. (btw Dolo- Honda Blvd., San Francisco FESTIVAL. The music of J.S. Bach CORO CICONIA, Peter Fisher, res & Church), San Francisco. (near the Forest Hill MUNI sta- performed by talented young Director, presents “English Mu- 3PM $15. Space limited; please tion). 7:30–9:30PM RSVP and musicians in eight different sic Before the Reformation: reserve in advance. 415-641- Info: 415-731-9709 or fkress@ concerts. St. John’s Presbyterian Fragments of a Lost Treasure.” 0940 aol.com Church, 2727 College Ave., Choral music by Walter Frye, 55 TH A NNUAL J UNIOR B ACH Thursday, March 20 Berkeley. 7:30PM $12/$7 510- Leonel Power, John Dunstable, FESTIVAL continues. See March MILLS COLLEGE MUSIC DEPART- Robert Fayrfax and others is 14 entry for ticket, venue, and MENT Concert Series presents presented in a candle-lit con- contact information. 3PM a recital by Thomas Buckner, Early Music Radio cert of medieval and early Re- PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE re- baritone, and Joseph Kubera, Programming naissance sacred and popular peats program of March 13. piano and electronics, includ- in the Bay Area works. Parish Hall, St. Alban’s First Congregational Church, ing medieval chant and secular Episcopal Church, Curtis & Dana & Durant, Berkeley. —continued on page 6 KPFA 94.1 FM Washington Sts., Albany. 8PM 7:30PM Sundays, 5–9AM A Musical Calendar deadline is FIVE $10/$5 (proceeds benefit St. SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY Offering (music of all kinds, WEEKS before the month of Albans) 510-843-0450 Baroque Ensemble repeats pro- featuring lots of Bach), Mary publication (e.g., September 55 TH A NNUAL J UNIOR B ACH gram of March 14. Same time, Berg, host. 25 for the November issue). FESTIVAL continues. See March venue. Please note that bulk mail KXPR 88.9 FM (Sacramento) 14 entry for ticket, venue, and Tuesday, March 18 delivery can be unreliable. KXSR 91.7 FM (Groveland) contact information. 3PM and PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE re- If your event falls during the KXJS 88.7 FM (Sutter) 7:30PM concerts (different rep- peats program of March 13. ﬁrst two weeks of the month, Saturdays, 4–5PM Harmonia, ertory and performers) Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Angela Mariani, host. consider submitting your PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE re- Church, 49 Knox Drive, Lafay- listing in time for inclu- peats program of March 13. ette. 8PM KRCB 91.1 FM (Rohnert Park) sion in the previous month’s Sundays, 8–9PM Harmonia, Eileen Hadidian maintains a comprehensive calendar of all calendar. Send listings to Angela Mariani, host. early-music concerts, workshops and related events in the Jonathan Harris, 1165 Mc- greater Bay Area. For assistance in scheduling your event so Donald Drive, Pinole, CA KVPR 89.3 FM (Fresno) 94564 (email jonathanhar as to avoid unnecessary conﬂicts, please consult the master Sundays, Noon–1PM In The email@example.com). Please calendar website at www.sacrecorders.org/EMCalendar.html, Mode, Kristina Herrick, host. indicate whether your event Repeated Thursdays, 8PM then contact Eileen at 510-524-5661 or firstname.lastname@example.org with possible dates. is wheelchair accessible. 5 song (troubadours, trouviers, 7:30PM concerts (different rep- levels welcome; music pro- Katherine Heater harpsichord, minnelieder), songs of Ock- ertory and performers) vided. Bring music stand. Santa performing virtuoso music for eghem, Clemens, Senﬂ, Isaac, Sunday, March 23 Cruz Quaker Meeting House at recorders and harpsichord. and works of Bach, Beethoven, 55 TH A NNUAL J UNIOR B ACH 225 Rooney St., Santa Cruz, just Foothill Presbyterian Church, Brahms, Ives, Webern, Brecht, F ESTIVAL continues. Berkeley off Highway 1 near Morrissey 5301 McKee Rd., San Jose. Cage, and Ashley. Lisser Hall, Piano Club, 2724 Haste St., Blvd. 7–10PM louannh@gmail. 3PM $10 suggested donation Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Berkeley. 4PM $12/$7 510- com, 831-439-0809 email@example.com, www. Blvd., Oakland. 8PM $12/$6 THE-BACH, www.juniorbach. foothillpc.org SFEMS PRESENTS HARMONIE Friday, March 21 org Sunday, March 30 UNIVERSELLE (Florian Deuter, 55 TH A NNUAL J UNIOR B ACH Friday, March 28 MUSICSOURCES presents Vi- violin and musical direction; F ESTIVAL continues. Berkeley LAST FRIDAY CONCERT SERIES enna-based fortepianist Richard Mónica Waisman, violin; Piano Club, 2724 Haste St., presents David Rogers, guitar Fuller performing works of David Glidden, violin and Berkeley. 7:30PM $12/$7 510- and lute, performing original Balbastre, Pleyel, Jadin, C.P.E. viola; Balázs Máté, cello; THE-BACH, www.juniorbach. music and works of John Dow- Bach, and Haydn. MusicSourc- Philippe Grisvard, harpsi- org land, Vicenzo Capirola, and Na- es, 1000 The Alameda at Marin, chord) performing “Musi- N O V E L L O Q U A R T E T plays poleon Coste. Pro Arts Gallery, Berkeley. 5PM $18/$15 510- kalische Ergötzung—The Haydn’s Seven Last Words with 550 Second Street, Oakland. 528-1685 Dawn of the German Ba- brief homilies by Reverend 7:30PM $18/$15/$12 510-868- roque.” Rosenmüller, Sam- SFEMS REPEATS H ARMO - Chandler Stokes in a Tene- 0695 or www.bayareabach. uel Scheidt, Johann Philipp NIEUNIVERSELLE program of brae Service at the First Pres- org A presentation of Bay Area Krieger, Johann Pachel- March 28. St. John the Evan- byterian Church of Oakland, Classical Harmonies (BACH) bel, Andreas Uswaldt, and gelist Episcopal Church, 2619 Broadway. 7:30PM All and the Pro Arts Gallery Johann Grabbe. First Lu- 1661 15th St. near Mission, welcome. 510-444-3555 www. theran Church, 600 Homer San Francisco, 3PM novelloquartet.org M ONTEREY B AY R ECORDER at Webster, Palo Alto. 8PM Saturday, March 22 SOCIETY regular monthly meet- Tuesday, April 1 $25/$22 510-528-1725 or 55 TH A NNUAL J UNIOR B ACH ing for all recorder players and S ACRAMENTO R ECORDER S O - www.sfems.org FESTIVAL continues. See March other early music instrumental- CIETY regular meeting for re- 14 entry for ticket, venue, and ists, with guest conductor Clea Saturday March 29 corder players, with guest contact information. 3PM and Galhano. Newcomers and all LIVE AT MISSION BLUE presents conductor Frances Feldon. harpsichordist Jory Vinicour in Newcomers welcome. Bring The finest music. recital, performing baroque and contemporary works, including recorders stand, and other early instruments. Music available. The finest interpretation.. the premiere of a new work by Regis Campo commissioned by Live at Mission Blue. Mission Refreshments. Friends Meeting House, 890 57th St., between H and J, Sacramento. 6:45–9:15PM JEFFREY THOMAS CHAMBER ORCHESTRAL CHORAL Blue Cultural Center, 475 Mis- 916-489-2771 or shermsj@sbc MUSIC D IRECTOR sion Blue Dr., Brisbane. 8PM global.net Preconcert talk at 7:30 $20/$12 Wednesday, April 2 Advance Reservations Recom- M ID -P ENINSULA R ECORDER mended. Free Parking. www. ORCHESTRA regular meeting, for LiveAtMissionBlue.com players of recorder, early winds or early strings. Bring your SFEMS REPEATS H ARMO - instrument(s) and music stand. NIEUNIVERSELLE program of Music Room number 060, J.L. 1685 & THE ART OF IAN HOWELL March 28. St. John’s Pres- Stanford Middle School, 480 byterian Church, 2727 Col- Countertenor Ian Howell—winner of the E. Meadow, Palo Alto. 8–10PM lege at Garber, Berkeley. Laurette Goldberg Prize at the 2006 650-591-3648 or www.sfems. 8PM ABS/Henry I. Goldberg Young Artists org/mpro Competition—is showcased in a program SOUTH BAY RECORDER SOCIETY Thursday, April 3 featuring works by Bach, Handel, and presents a workshop led by PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE Domenico Scarlatti, three composers Clea Galhano and Judith Lin- (Nicholas McGegan, director) coincidentally born in 1685. senberg. First Congregational presents “Coronation and Vic- Church of San Jose, 1900 Ham- tory.” G.F. Handel, Zadok the Avison Concerto Grosso No. 12 in D Major J.S. Bach Vergnügte Ruh, BWV 170 ilton Avenue (at Leigh). No Priest and Dettinger Te Deum; ONLINE Handel Arias from Opera and Oratorio further information available. and Henry Purcell, Anthems for americanbach.org D. Scarlatti Salve Regina 408-358-0878 or zilbrown@aol. the Chapel Royal. With solo- CALL com ists Kai Wessel, countertenor; 415.621.7900 Friday, April 18 at 8:00 pm Belvedere FOOTHILL PRESBYTERIAN Thomas Cooley, tenor; Nathan- Saturday, April 19 at 8:00 pm Berkeley TICKETS: $20-$42 CHURCH EARLY MUSIC SERIES pres- iel Watson, baritone; and the Sunday, April 20 at 7:00 pm San Francisco ST/SR: $10-$38 ents Clea Galhano and Judith Philharmonia Chorale, Bruce Monday, April 21 at 8:00 pm Davis Linsenberg recorders, with Lamott, director. Herbst The- 6 atre, 401 Van Ness & McAllister, nouncing publication of the vided. Bring music stand. Santa Quartet Cycle, performed for San Francisco. 8PM Pre-concert first modern edition of the Cruz Quaker Meeting House at the first time in America on lecture 45 minutes before each Fortsetzung des Harmonischen 225 Rooney St., Santa Cruz, just period instruments. Featured performance. $30–$72 415-392- Gottesdienstes, with a free con- off Highway 1 near Morrissey quartets in this concert include 4400 or www.philharmonia. cert by Florilegia (Sara Colburn, Blvd. 7–10PM louannh@gmail. Op. 64 no. 3 in Bb; Op. 71 no. org soprano; David Wilson, violin; com, 831-439-0809 3 in Eb; and Op. 74 no. 1 in Friday, April 4 David Morris, cello; Katherine SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY C. St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, CAL PERFORMANCES presents Heater, harpsichord; and Kath- OF MUSIC Opera Theater repeats 1111 O’Farrell St, San Fran- Europa Galante, Fabio Biondi leen Kraft, traverso). St. Alban’s program of April 10. Same cisco. 4PM $/$20/$10 www. director and violin, perform- Episcopal Church, 1501 Wash- venue and time newesterhazy.org ing Vivaldi, The Four Seasons, ington Avenue, Albany. 3PM Saturday, April 12 SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY plus works of Leclair, Purcell, FREE (Donations accepted) CAL PERFORMANCES presents OF MUSIC Opera Theater repeats Telemann, and Biber. First Con- 510-526-0722 Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin program of April 10. Same gregational, Dana and Durant, PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE re- performing works of Vivaldi, venue and time Berkeley. 8PM Preconcert talk peats program of April 3. First Erlebach, Graun, Marcello and VIOLA DA GAMBA SOCIETY/PA- 7–7:30PM $48 510-642-9988 Congregational, Dana & Du- Bach. First Congregational, CIFICA CHAPTER monthly consort E AST B AY C HAPTER , ARS, rant, Berkeley. 7:30PM Dana and Durant, Berkeley. playing, Farley Pearce coach. monthly meeting, Annette Bau- SANTA CRUZ BAROQUE FESTIVAL 8PM Preconcert talk 7–7:30PM Zion Lutheran, 5201 Park Blvd., er, guest conductor. New mem- presents “A Baroque Beatles $48 510-642-9988 Piedmont. 9:15AM–4PM. Play- bers and guests welcome. Zion Experience.” Chamber Choir of MAGNIFICAT repeats program ers of all levels welcome. New- Lutheran Church, 5201 Park Kirk Preparatory School (Drew of April 11. St. Mark’s Episcopal comers please phone ahead. Blvd. in Oakland. 7:30–10PM Lewis, conductor) with Lux Mu- Church, Ellsworth & Bancroft, 510-531-1471, mark_bach8@ 510-483-8675 or 415-472-6367 sica and guest artists perform Berkeley. 8PM hotmail.com music of Bach and baroque THE NEW ESTERHÁZY QUARTET Sunday, April 13 PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE OR- arrangements of Beatles songs. (Kati Kyme, Lisa Weiss, Antho- MAGNIFICAT repeats program CHESTRA repeats program of UC Santa Cruz Recital Hall, ny Martin, William Skeen) pres- of April 11. St. St. Mark’s Lutheran April 3. First United Methodist UCSC Campus, Santa Cruz. ents “Haydn in London—The Church, 1111 O’Farrell Street at Church, Hamilton & Webster 7:30PM $23/$18/$15 ($2 park- Wisdom of Salomon,” part of Franklin, San Francisco. 4PM Streets, Palo Alto. 8PM ing charge) 831-457-9693 or this season’s complete Haydn —continued on page 8 SOUTH BAY RECORDER SOCI- www.scbaroque.org ETY monthly meeting, guest Thursday, April 10 conductor Roger Morris. New SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY members and guests wel- OF MUSIC Opera Theater, Rich- comed. First Congregational ard Harrell, Director; Christo- Church of San Jose, 1900 Ham- pher Larkin, Guest Conductor, ilton Avenue (at Leigh), San presents Francesco Cavalli’s Jose. 7:30–10PM 408-358-0878 L’Egisto (sung in Italian with or firstname.lastname@example.org English supertitles). Cowell Saturday, April 5 Theater, Fort Mason Center, San PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE re- Francisco. 7:30PM $20/$17/$15 peats program of April 3. First 415-345-7575 www.sfcm.edu Congregational Church, Dana & Durant Sts., Berkeley. 8PM Friday, April 11 PHILIPPA WAITE, Noted British MAGNIFICAT, Warren Stewart, dancing master, teaches “Ba- director, presents a concert ver- roque Dance from Court and sion of Alessandro Stradella’s Country,” a weekend workshop operatic farce, Il Trespo Tutore in baroque dance steps, pat- (1682). First Lutheran Church, terns and musical rhythms. At 600 Homer at Webster, Palo Almonte Hall, Wisteria Way at Alto. 8PM Preconcert lecture Almonte, Mill Valley, 1–5:30PM; 45 minutes before performance continues Sunday, 12–6PM. $28/$20/$12 415-979-4500 or Beginners and non-dancers www.magnificatbaroque.org welcome. Advance registration appreciated but not required. M ONTEREY B AY R ECORDER $100 650-878-8785; wpob@ SOCIETY regular monthly meet- ix.netcom.com or JKen790606@ ing for all recorder players and AOL.com other early music instrumental- Sunday, April 6 ists, with guest conductor Lou- PRB Productions presents ise Carslake. Newcomers and “A Telemann Celebration,” an- all levels welcome; music pro- 7 MUSICSOURCES presents ing Bach’s cantata Vergnügte The Streicher Trio (Charlene World of Forqueray, Marais, French harpsichordist Laurent Ruh, Scarlatti’s Salve Regina, and de Visée.” Program in- Brendler, harpsichord, Kath- Stewart performing suites of and Handel arias composed cludes two of Forqueray’s erine Kyme, violin; Joanna Louis Couperin and Marchand. for Senesino, Guadagni, and greatest suites, music for Blendulf, cello) with guest MusicSources, 1000 The Alam- Farinelli. St. Stephen’s Church, theorbo solo by Robert Spanish dancer Stephanie Nei- eda at Marin, Berkeley. 5PM 3 Bay View Ave., Belvedere. de Visée, and music for ra, perform baroque music and $18/$15 510-528-1685 7:30PM $10–$55 415-621-7900, two viols and continuo by dance, including works of Ca- SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY www.americanbach.org Marin Marais. First Luther- bezon, Playford, Lully, Lopez, OF MUSIC Opera Theater repeats Saturday, April 19 an Church, 600 Homer at Scarlatti, and Albicastro. Holy program of April 10. Same AMERICAN BACH SOLOISTS re- Webster, Palo Alto. 8PM Cross Catholic Church, 126 venue, 2PM peats program of April 18. $25/$22 510-528-1725 or High Street, Santa Cruz. 7:30PM Tuesday, April 15 First Congregational Church, www.sfems.org $23/$18/$13 831-457-9693 or S AN F RANCISCO C ONSERVA - Dana & Durant Sts., Berkeley. Saturday, April 26 www.scbaroque.org TORY Baroque Ensemble, Corey 8PM “CELTIC SPIRIT” Eileen Sunday, April 27 Jamason and Elisabeth Reed, Sunday, April 20 Hadidian (recorder, ﬂute, folk SFEMS REPEATS H ALLIFAX directors, presents Orchestral AMERICAN BACH SOLOISTS re- harp), Shira Kammen (violin, AND J E F F R E Y program of Music of Lully, Charpentier, peats program of April 18. St. vielle, medieval harp, voice), April 25. St. John the Evan- and Rameau. Concert Hall, Mark’s Lutheran Church, 1111 with guests Elizabeth Rau Mc- gelist Episcopal Church, San Francisco Conservatory O’Farrell St., San Francisco. Cubbrey, soprano, and Jeanne 1661 15th St. near Mission, of Music, 50 Oak Street, San 7PM Pendergast, Celtic harp per- San Francisco, 3PM Francisco. 8PM $20/$15 415- CHATTANOOGA CHAMBER MUSIC form traditional, medieval and 864-7326, www.sfcm.edu presents “Mozart and His Con- Renaissance Music from the Wednesday, April 30 Wednesday, April 16 temporaries,” featuring Yuko British Isles. Mosgo’s Coffee- M ID -P ENINSULA R ECORDER M ID -P ENINSULA R ECORDER Tanaka, fortepiano; Jeanne house, 180 Westwood Center, ORCHESTRA regular meeting, for ORCHESTRA regular meeting, for Johnson, violin; and Joanna Arcata. 7PM $3 at door. players of recorder, early winds players of recorder, early winds Blendulf, cello. Home of Kathy NORTH COAST RECORDERS or early strings. Bring your or early strings. Bring your Perl, 152 Chattanooga St. (btw present “Fire and Ice,” a day- instrument(s) and music stand. instrument(s) and music stand. Dolores & Church), San Fran- long workshop taught by Ei- Music Room number 060, J.L. Music Room number 060, J.L. cisco. 3PM $15. Space limited; leen Hadidian (recorder, ﬂute) Stanford Middle School, 480 E. Stanford Middle School, 480 E. please reserve in advance. & Shira Kammen (violin, vielle, Meadow, Palo Alto. 8–10PM Meadow, Palo Alto. 8–10PM 415-641-0940 harp, exploring northern and 650-591-3648 or www.sfems. 650-591-3648 or www.sfems. Monday, April 21 southern European medieval org/mpro org/mpro AMERICAN BACH SOLOISTS re- and traditional musical genres S AN F RANCISCO C ONSERVA - S AN F RANCISCO C HAPTER OF peats program of April 18. and manuscripts. Flutes, fid- TORY Baroque Ensemble, Corey THE AMERICAN RECORDER SOCIETY Jackson Hall, Mondavi Center dles, folk harps, guitars, cellos Jamason and Elisabeth Reed, regular monthly meeting for re- for the Performing Arts, Mrak and other strings are welcome. directors, presents Vocal Mu- corder players, Cindy Beitmen Drive at Old Davis, Davis. Ability to read chord charts and sic by Louis-Nicolas Cléram- guest conductor. All levels wel- 7:30PM music is recommended. Hum- bault, François Couperin, et come; music will be provided. Friday, April 25 boldt Area Foundation, 373 In- al. Recital Hall, San Francisco Bring music stand. Newcomers L AST F RIDAY C ONCERT S E - dianola Road (between Eureka Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak welcome. St. John’s United RIES presents Donne di Mezze and Arcata). 10AM–4PM. $50 Street, San Francisco. 8PM Church of Christ, 501 Laguna (mezzo sopranos Kathryn Mill- pre-registration. 707-443-2626; $20/$15 415-864-7326, www. Honda Blvd., San Francisco er & Celeste Winant, Rebekah email@example.com sfcm.edu (near the Forest Hill MUNI sta- Ahrendt on viola da gamba REDWOOD ARTS COUNCIL pres- Friday, May 2 tion). 7:30–9:30PM RSVP and and Esther Criscuola de Laix ents Trio Barocco. Kathleen E AST B AY C HAPTER , ARS, Info: 415-731-9709 or fkress@ on keyboard) performing early Kraft, David Morris and Phebe monthly meeting, conduc- aol.com music duets for matched voic- Craig perform music for ﬂute, tor TBA. New members and Friday, April 18 es. Pro Arts Gallery, 550 Sec- cello and harpsichord. Occi- guests welcome. Zion Lutheran A MERICAN B ACH S OLOISTS , ond Street, Oakland. 7:30PM dental Community Church, Oc- Church, 5201 Park Blvd. in Jeffrey Thomas director, pres- $18/$15/$12 510-868-0695 or cidental. 8:15PM 707-874-1124 Oakland. 7:30–10PM 510-483- ents “1685 and the Art of Ian www.bayareabach.org A pre- or www.redwoodarts.org 8675 or 415-472-6367 Howell.” Countertenor Ian sentation of Bay Area Classical SOUTH BAY RECORDER SOCI- Harmonies (BACH) and the SFEMS REPEATS H ALLIFAX Howell, winner of the Laurette ETY monthly meeting, guest Pro Arts Gallery A N D J E F F R E Y program of Goldberg Prize at the 2006 conductor Annette Bauer. April 25. St. John’s Pres- ABS/Henry I. Goldberg Young SFEMS PRESENTS HALLIFAX New members and guests wel- byterian Church, 2727 Col- Artists Competition, is show- AND J EFFREY (Peter Halli- comed. First Congregational fax and Julie Jeffrey, viols) lege at Garber, Berkeley. cased in a program featur- Church of San Jose, 1900 Ham- with guest artist Jakob Lind- 8PM ing three composers born ilton Avenue (at Leigh), San in 1685—Bach, Handel, and berg, theorbo, perform- S ANTA C RUZ B AROQUE F ES - Jose. 7:30–10PM 408-358-0878 Domenico Scarlatti—includ- ing “Forqueray Rules—The TIVAL presents “Iberian Flare.” or firstname.lastname@example.org 8 Sunday, May 4 complete Haydn Quartet Cycle, MUSICSOURCES presents performed for the ﬁrst time in “Clavecin en Concert: The Art America on period instruments. of the Accompanied Harp- Featured quartets in this con- sichord in France.” Violinist cert include Op. 54 no. 1 in G; Anthony Martin, harpsichordist Op. 55 no. 3 in Bb; and Op. 64 Gilbert Martinez, gambist Steve no. 1 in C. St. Mark’s Luther- Lehning, and soprano Rita Lilly an Church, 1111 O’Farrell St, explore the emergence of the San Francisco. 4PM $/$20/$10 harpsichord as soloist accom- www.newesterhazy.org panied by instruments and SAN FRANCISCO BACH CHOIR, voice. Works of Mondonville, Corey Jamason director, pres- Corette, Dulphy, and Rameau. ents “Venetian Brilliance,” a MusicSources, 1000 The Alam- Concert in the Round featuring eda at Marin, Berkeley. 5PM Polychoral works of Willaert, $18/$15 510-528-1685 the Gabrielis, Monteverdi, Monday, May 5 and Schütz. Trinity Episcopal SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY Church, 1668 Bush Street at Baroque Ensemble, Corey Ja- Gough, San Francisco. 8PM mason and Elisabeth Reed, di- $35/$30/$20 415-441-4942 or rectors, presents Chamber Mu- www.sfbach.org sic by Marin Marais, François VIOLA DA GAMBA SOCIETY/PA- Couperin, et al. Concert Hall, CIFICA CHAPTER monthly consort San Francisco Conservatory playing, Roy Whelden coach. of Music, 50 Oak Street, San Zion Lutheran, 5201 Park Blvd., Francisco. 8PM $20/$15 415- Piedmont. 9:15AM–4PM. Play- 864-7326, www.sfcm.edu ers of all levels welcome. New- Tuesday, May 6 comers please phone ahead. S ACRAMENTO R ECORDER S O - 510-531-1471, mark_bach8@ CIETY regular meeting for re- hotmail.com April 3, 2008 - 8:00 p.m. corder players, with guest Sunday, May 11 Herbst Theatre, San Francisco conductor Frances Feldon. SAN FRANCISCO BACH CHOIR Newcomers welcome. Bring repeats program of May 10. April 4, 2008 - 8:00 p.m. recorders stand, and other Trinity Episcopal, Bush at First United Methodist Church, Palo Alto early instruments. Music avail- Gough, San Francisco. 4PM able. Refreshments. Friends SANTA CRUZ BAROQUE FESTIVAL April 5, 2008 - 8:00 p.m. Meeting House, 890 57th St., presents “The Legend of Tristan and Iseult.” Patrick Ball (Celtic April 6, 2008 - 7:30 p.m. between H and J, Sacramento. 6:45–9:15PM 916-489-2771 or harp, spoken word) and the First Congregational Church, Berkeley email@example.com Medieval Beasts (Shira Kammen, Friday, May 9 vielle, medieval harp, voice; and Preludes pre-concert talk M ONTEREY B AY R ECORDER Tim Rayborn, lute, psaltery, with musicologist John Prescott SOCIETY regular monthly meet- medieval harp, voice) recount 45 minutes prior to each performance. ing for all recorder players and the medieval love story. UC other early music instrumental- Santa Cruz Recital Hall, UCSC Student Rush Tickets: ists, with guest conductor Tish Campus, Santa Cruz. 7:30PM $10 with ID, 1 hour prior to performance. Berlin. Newcomers and all lev- Reception follows. $23/$18/$13 els welcome; music provided. 831-457-9693 or www.scba PBO is sponsored in part by a grant from Bring music stand. Santa Cruz roque.org Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Quaker Meeting House at 225 Wednesday, May 14 Tax Fund. Rooney St., Santa Cruz, just M ID -P ENINSULA R ECORDER off Highway 1 near Morrissey ORCHESTRA regular meeting, for Blvd. 7–10PM louannh@gmail. players of recorder, early winds Tickets: (415) 392-4400 com, 831-439-0809 or early strings. Bring your Saturday, May 10 instrument(s) and music stand. THE NEW ESTERHÁZY QUARTET Music Room number 060, J.L. (Kati Kyme, Lisa Weiss, An- Stanford Middle School, 480 E. thony Martin, William Skeen) Meadow, Palo Alto. 8–10PM presents “A Toast to Johann 650-591-3648 or www.sfems. Tost,” part of this season’s org/mpro 9 Forqueray louder, easier to play, and more revolution, but after Forqueray, Alto; 8:00 P.M., Saturday, April —from page 1 suited to the increasingly popu- the great range and expressivity 26, at St. John’s Presbyterian new style in these ﬁve suites, lar orchestral music—became of the solo bass viol had had its Church in Berkeley; and 3:00 he had started a new chapter in the common string instruments day in France. P . M ., Sunday, April 27, at St. the viol’s history. Sadly, that was in France as elsewhere. The viol John the Evangelist Episcopal not to be. Within a few years, lived on, mostly in the wonder- SFEMS presents Hallifax & Church in San Francisco. For the long reign of the bass viol ful solo music for the pardessus Jeffrey with Jakob Lindberg at tickets or information, phone was essentially over in France. de viole (le violon des dames), 8:00 P.M., Friday, April 25, at 510-528-1725 or visit www. The violins and violoncellos— more-or-less until the French First Lutheran Church in Palo sfems.org. Why did Jean-Baptiste surance which characterizes the Forqueray say his father, An- The Attribution great player; under his ﬁngers toine Forqueray, was the author stealing (“une inclination pour le Jean-Baptiste, meanwhile, everything becomes a master- of the music? This is a hot topic jeu de femmes et le vol”). Only after his painful early life, be- piece of reﬁnement and style.” of speculation among scholars, the intercession of noble friends came, like his father before So, in view of all this, why, partly because of the extraordi- secured Jean-Baptiste’s release him, the most famous violist in in 1747, two years after his fa- nary nature of the relationship after several months. When France, highly successful, and ther’s death, would Jean-Baptiste between the two. Jean-Baptiste was 25, Antoine very much admired as a teacher publish this clearly groundbreak- Antoine, who had been a had him banished from France and performer. When Georg ing contribution to the repertoire child prodigy, was an incom- upon pain of death for 10 years Philip Telemann came to Paris, of the bass viol under the name parable violist in his time. He based on the same charges, and Jean-Baptiste played the Paris of his father? Published theo- was, however, a horrible man, again, it took a determined ap- Quartets with him alongside ries include: a twisted form of disliked by just about every con- peal by Jean-Baptiste’s powerful Michel Blavet, Jean-Pierre Gui- oedipal revenge; extreme ﬁlial temporary. He was notoriously friends and students to get the gnon and Prince Edouard. A piety; and good business sense penurious, foul-tempered, and ban lifted after a year. contemporary wrote of him: (Antoine’s name may have sold beat his wife and son. His wife Eventually, after a long and “He has all his father’s tal- better at the time). To us it just divorced him because of his cru- proﬁtable career at court, An- ents; to the most sophisticated seems hard to believe that Jean- elty. When Jean-Baptiste was 16, toine retired to Nantes in 1731 performance he adds the most Baptiste was so modest that he Antoine had him imprisoned, and lived “sustained by the prin- pleasing graces. The most dif- did not take the credit for some claiming that he was given to ciples of religion” for another 14 ﬁcult pieces cause him no anxi- of the greatest music ever writ- playing around with women and years until his death. ety; he plays them with that as- ten for the instrument. 10 June 2-8, 2008 11 SF EARLY MUSIC SOCIETY PRSRT FIRST CLASS P.O. Box 10151 U.S. Postage Berkeley, CA 94709 PAID Permit # 500 San Jose, CA in England, shortly before his at karenreeclark@earthlink. death. It contains beautiful, de- net or call Phebe Craig at 510- lightful instrumental and choral 684-5177. movements, along with great Selected arias from this ora- The World of Charles Burney: Europe solo arias and duets for all torio will be posted on the web- in the 18th Century voices with many instrumental site (www.sfems.org) March 20. 2008 Baroque Music & Dance Workshop June 15–21 combinations Harpsichordist Arthur SINGERS are invited to au- Haas, cellist David Morris, and dition for the 5 or 6 solo arias gambist Mary Springfels will be which will be included in the joining us again next summer, Our 2008 Baroque Work- social knowledge of the second final workshop presentation and superb oboist Washington shop is inspired by the writ- half of the 18th century. of this work. Vocal instructors McClain will be filling in for ings of Charles Burney, the This coming summer you Karen Clark and Chris Fritzsche Sand Dalton. Further faculty 18th-century organist, teacher, can expect the world of ba- will hold coached auditions for includes Marion Verbruggen, music historian, amateur as- roque music to be served up prospective singers on Sun- Frances Blaker, Michael Sand, tronomer, and travel writer. in a special way—a la Bur- day, May 11, 2:00–6:00 P.M., at Karen Clark, Chris Fritzsche, Burney, who was the friend of ney! There will be something Sonoma State University. (To Tangkao Tan, Bob Worth, Kath- Samuel Johnson and Sir Joshua for everyone: chamber music, cover our costs, there will be a leen Kraft, and Phebe Craig. Reynolds, as well as father of small ensembles with singers, $25 charge for this session.) Please keep checking our the famous woman novelist orchestral works, arias, dance, For those who live out of website as the months go by Fanny Burney, met all the most and consort music. We have the area and cannot attend, for updates on the Baroque important musicians of the day. also selected an oratorio by we will be accepting tapes or Workshop 2008, along with our He made several tours of musi- Handel, The Triumph of Time CD auditions BY MAY 8, 2008. enrollment form. (www.sfems. cal discovery to the Continent, and Truth, as our all-workshop Send all CDs or tapes to Phebe org). For questions, please and both the journal he kept project. Handel worked on the Craig, 1448 Josephine Street, contact Phebe Craig (phebec@ of his travels and his History of ﬁrst version of this piece when No. 2, Berkeley, CA 94703. aol.com, 510-684-5177) or co- Music have become important he was in Italy as a young To reserve a coaching/au- director Kathleen Kraft (kkraft@ sources for our musical and composer and reworked it later dition time contact Karen Clark sonic.net).