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Aug 27 2017, 14:00<br />Solo-plus Frolicks II<br />(persuade & influence [classically])

Aug 27 2017, 14:00
Solo-plus Frolicks II
(persuade & influence [classically])

$9.75

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This concert will explore the links from JS Bach to his eldest son, CPE Bach, to Haydn, Mozart, and even Hétu, a modern Canadian composer.

This 7th and last concert of CUF's 2017 festival season is set in Mt Tabor Theatre (pastoral-urbane-nostalgic). A playground and extensive green-space adjoins the theatre: be prepared for a classical(ly) unbound time, with measured frolick and playground pleasures. Do bring your own non-alcoholic drinks and nibbles to satisfy pre- or in-concert peckishness.

As in our other Sunday matinée concert, the music is especially 'playful', and there is a substantial speaking part. The musicians will indulge in explaining the interconnection between the pieces, and between instruments, in a historic context. They will explore how and why one composer influenced another, and possibly venture into how future music may itself be influenced: 'classical' music is a living thing, a millennium after its inception.

Location: Mt Tabor Theatre, 2179 County Road 17 C, Athol (Milford), Prince Edward County, Ontario. A deconsecrated historic church renovated into a professional performance space, 130 person capacity, air-conditioned comfort, replete with plush red 1950s movie theatre seats, playground alongside, just outside of Milford.

Time: Theatre opens at 13:30, concert at 14:00.

Programme:

JS Bach: Partita in A minor for solo flute
* Allemande
* Corrente
* Sarabande
* Bourrée Angloise
- Joanna G'froerer, flute

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Duo for flute and violin H. 598
* Andante
* Allegro
- Joanna G'froerer, flute
- Yosuke Kawasaki, violin

Joseph Haydn: String Quartet Op. 33 No. 2 ("The Joke")
* selections
- Ironwood Quartet
       - Jessica Linnebach, violin
       - Carissa Klopoushak, violin
       - David Marks, viola
       - Julia MacLaine, cello

Jacques Hétu: Fantasie sur le nom de Bach for solo flute
- Joanna G'froerer, flute

Mozart: Flute Quartet in D major, K. 285
* Allegro
* Adagio
* Rondeau
- Joanna G'froerer, flute
- Yosuke Kawasaki, violin
- David Marks, viola
- Fanny Bray, cello

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Exclusive perks (really):
Recycled high-fashion in Picton: 5% discount on all City Revival items, in addition to any other offered discount (redemption certificates will be included in concert programmes)
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A free dessert with any supper entrée at Soup Opera, Sujo Bae's French gourmet restaurant in Wellington with a Korean twist (redemption certificates will be included in concert programmes).

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Public perks we've found for you:
Free/discounted wine tasting self-serve-coupons for more than 10 Prince Edward County wineries can be downloaded by accessing those wineries' promo-links among the 32 listed here (as of Apr 01 2017).
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10%-off of Soup Opera Market's select specialty foods/ingredients (local, French, Indian, Korean, Italian, Thai, Spanish, and more), with any dine-in supper.
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50%-off of bottles of wine with any Monday dine-in supper at Soup Opera.


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