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Baroque Guitar Recital and Wine Tasting



Charles Weaver


baroque guitar


Music of de Santago de Murcia (1673 – 1739)


Recital followed by a wine tasting and reception


Featuring music from the Spanish composer’s eclectic books, which contain traditional Spanish forms such as the Passacalles, arrangements of French dance suites, transcriptions of the violin music of Corelli, and new dance styles from the Colonial Central America and Africa, this program will include selections from the 1722 manuscript Cifras selectas de guitarra, which was discovered in Chile in 2006.


Please join us for this short recital by one of early music's most esteemed North American performers, followed by a sampling of selections from Serendipity's exquisite collection paired with gourmet cheeses.


This is a benefit performance for Salon/Sanctuary Concerts and all ticket purchases are tax-deductible.  Salon/Sanctuary Concerts is a project of The Fire Department Theater Co., a 501 (c) 3 organization.


Tickets $60 Seated, $35 Standing Room (All tickets tax-deductible)


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Charles Weaver has performed on early stringed instruments with Early Music New York, Hesperus, Piffaro, Parthenia, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Folger Consort, ARTEK, Musica Pacifica, Quicksilver, and Mercury Baroque. He specializes in collaborative lute-playing and vocal coaching in sixteenth and seventeenth-century music. The New York Times has noted his “agile lute and Baroque guitar accompaniments.” He is on the faculty of the New York Continuo Collective, an ensemble of players and singers exploring the poetic and musical antecedents of opera in semester-length workshop productions. He has worked as a vocal coach at the Western Wind Workshop in Ensemble Singing, the Queens College Baroque Opera Workshop, and the Yale Baroque Opera Program.

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