April 26: Early and contemporary music for baroque flute

Join Grace Presents at Noon on Saturday, April 26 for a concert featuring works baroque flute

Judith Leyster's Young Flute Player

Judith Leyster’s Young Flute Playe

 

Millie Chang brings together an ensemble of some of Madison’s most talented classical instrumentalists for a unique recital for baroque flute featuring compositions from three centuries. Repertory for this concert ranges from François Couperin’s 1722 Concert Royaux No.2 in D major to two brand new compositions by UW School of Music faculty Stephen Dembski and Marc Vallon. Full program below.

 

Baroque Flutes: Mi-Li Chang and Danielle Breisach

Modern flute: Stephanie Jutt

Harpsichord: John Chappell Stowe

Viola da gamba: Eric Miller

 

Program:

David MacBride: Shadow for two baroque flutes (1993)

Robert Strizich: Tombeau for baroque flute and harpsichord (1982)

François Couperin: Concert Royaux No.2 in D major (1722)

Stephen Dembski: Gits and Piths for modern and baroque flutes (2014)

Marc Vallon: Ami (2014)

Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata in b minor for baroque flute and harpsichord, BWV 1030 (1736-37)

 

All Grace Presents concerts are free and open to the public.

 

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