Courtroom Concert Program Details

February 5, 2015, Noon
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center

Flying Forms
Marc Levine, violin • Tulio Rondón, cello • Tami Morse, harpsichord

with
Cléa Galhano, recorder • Alan Kolderie, recorder
and
Spencer Martin, violin • Miriam Scholz-Carlson, violin
Elizabeth York, viola • Sara Thompson, bass

Program:
Brandenburg Concerto IV in G Major, BWV 1049 – Johann Sebastian Bach
Cello Concerto in C Minor, R401 – Antonio Vivaldi
Brandenburg Concerto V in D Major, BWV 1050 – Johann Sebastian Bach

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Flying Forms
is a baroque chamber music ensemble that has quickly established its presence in America’s early music scene. Formed out of a passion for performing early chamber music Flying Forms collaborates with prominent musicians, musicologists and baroque dancers in a wide variety of programs from traditional to experimental. Based in Saint Paul, MN, the group is currently in residence at The Baroque Room, a performance space the group created and manages, where it presents a concert series of classic repertoire. Flying Forms keeps a regular concert schedule and also teaches at Lawrence University, University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, and with Minnesota Youth Symphonies. Past performances have included concerts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University, Symphony Space, (le) Poisson Rouge and Stony Brook University where the group presented a concert of seven new works commissioned for period instruments. Committed to performing music of our time, Flying Forms recently released the recording, New Music for Old Instruments, featuring commissioned works by composer Nissim Schaul. Also of note is Flying Forms’ second appearance at the Boston Early Music Festival in June of 2009 where the group produced and performed, as part of a New York/Boston tour, a fully staged and critically acclaimed production of Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. Hailed by harpsichordist Arthur Haas as “the bright future of early music,” Flying Forms is committed to being a presence that transforms communities and inspires expression through excellence in performance, innovative education and creative collaboration.

 

 

Concert Info

October through April
Thursdays from 12pm – 1pm
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center

FREE ADMISSION

No Concert:
January 29, Winter Carnival

Hosted by Schubert Club
Composer-in-Residence, Abbie Betinis.

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Seating is limited and first come first served. Doors open at 11:30. Please call if you are attending as a group of 10 or more (651.292.3267).

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