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MASTERWORKS OF FIVE CENTURIES CONCERT @ SMITHSONIAN


MASTERWORKS of FIVE CENTURIES
STRING QUARTET  “CONCERT"
@ SMITHSONIAN



 

 

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MASTERWORKS OF FIVE CENTURIES
STRING QUARTET CONCERT
SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2014 @ 7:30 PM

SMITHSONIAN - THE CASTLE ON THE MALL
1000 JEFFERSON DR. NW | WASHINGTON, DC 22030

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                                CONCERT PROGRAM

             Music of Alfonso FERRABOSCO I, Richard
                       MICO, and Henry PURCELL


The Smithsonian Consort of Viols: Catharina Meints, Brent Wissick, Craig Trompeter, Kenneth Slowik.

The Smithsonian Chamber Music Society celebrates its 37th season balancing familiar masterworks with undeservedly neglected “oeuvres perdues”.

The final concert in May holds the season’s earliest works, with a rare opportunity to hear a consort comprised of four of America’s leading gambists play on a group of antique instruments from the remarkable Caldwell Collection of Viols.

One hour prior to each program, Kenneth Slowik, SCMS artistic director and recipient of the 2011 Smithsonian Secretary’s Distinguished Research Lecture Award, provides a pre-concert talk, shedding light on the glorious music and the life and times of the featured composers. To learn more about the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society, click here.

Program, location, and artists subject to change. To view other concerts in this classical concert series, click here.







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