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Severall Friends | The Happy Accidents of Papa Haydn
A consortium of musicians who gather to play a broad spectrum of early music from Machaut to Rameau.
early music, Machaut, Rameau, Baroque, music, music workshop, concert, historically informed performance, performance, art, new mexico, period instruments, instruments, santa fe music, music event, santa fe
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January 25 and 26, 2019  The Happy Accidents of Papa Haydn

When an extra violinist appeared at Esterhazy Palace one day in the 1760s, court composer Franz Joseph Haydn did some quick rearranging and invented the string quartet, an art form whose intricacies he would explore for the rest of his life and which went on to dominate chamber music for the next 150 years, a genre once described by Goethe as “four rational people conversing.” Severall Friends explore Haydn’s astoundingly wide-ranging Opus 20 quartets, using the period instruments, gut strings, and lighter bows with which Haydn himself was well-acquainted. Featuring Elizabeth Blumenstock, and Kati Kyme violin; Liana Berube, viola, and Robert Howard, cello.


Friday, January 25, 2019; 7.30 pm: Fuller Lodge, Los Alamos.
Saturday, January 26, 2019, 7.30 pm: San Miguel Chapel, Santa Fe.
Admission $20; students free with ID.

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This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts.