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  • Scott Saari
    Aug 16, 2014
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      Catherine, this is FABULOUS. Thank you so much!
      Scott Saari 

      On Saturday, August 16, 2014, Catherine Saucier catherine.saucier@... [earlymusicphx] <earlymusicphx@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
       

      Announcing the PEMS 2014-2015 season--please mark your calendars! Note we have 5 professional events this year! Our first event is Eckart Sellheim's fortepiano recital on Sept. 12.

      PEMS 2014-2015 concert season

      Fortepiano Treasures
      Friday, September 12, 2014, 7:30pm
      ASU School of Music, Organ Hall
      Cost: Free, reservations required
      For reservations contact the Herberger Institute box office at 480.965.6447.
      Eckart Sellheim showcases two Viennese fortepianos with works by J.C. Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert. He will be joined by Dian Baker (fortepiano) and Erik Gustafson (tenor).
      This concert is co-sponsored by the ASU School of Music and the Phoenix Early Music Society.
      http://music.asu.edu/events/

      Vis-à-vis: The Musical Mirror of the Baroque 


      Friday, October 24, 2014, 7:30pm
      ASU School of Music, Organ Hall
      Cost: Free, reservations required
      For reservations contact the Herberger Institute box office at 480.965.6447.
      The eclectic harpsichord duo Zweikampf performs rarely heard Baroque works that explore the dynamics between public and private in the coffeehouse, court, and dance hall. In Rameau’s Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts, personal names represent flattery and public characterization. Boccherini’s Fandango lifts the lascivious dance of the Spanish peasantry to the safer realm of the nobility’s chambers, while Bach’s Concerto for Two Harpsichords entertains coffee drinkers. Hear the music of these venues come to life with the virtuosity of dueling harpsichordists!
      This concert is co-sponsored by the ASU School of Music and the Phoenix Early Music Society.
      http://music.asu.edu/events/

      Perchance to Dreame
      Saturday, February 21, 2015, 7:30pm
      ASU School of Music, Organ Hall
      Cost: Free, reservations required
      For reservations contact the Herberger Institute box office at 480.965.6447.
      Embark on a musical journey to 17th-century England with the acclaimed early music ensemble Les Voix Humaines and tenor Charles Daniels, in a program for virtuoso viols and voice. On the cutting edge of England’s musical life, the Lawes’ brothers brilliantly set John Milton and Robert Herrick’s poems to music while Christopher Simpson and William Lawes perfected the art of virtuoso viol playing. Paradise was lost when Charles I was executed in 1649, leaving a drab stage to the Puritans and a musical moratorium. After a decade, the Merry Monarch, Charles II, returned from Europe bringing a new musical dream to the Fairest Isle. The stage was set for Henry Purcell and a new golden age of English music.
      Charles Daniels, tenor
      Susie Napper & Margaret Little, violas da gamba
      Sylvain Bergeron, archlute
      This concert is co-sponsored by the ASU School of Music and the Phoenix Early Music Society.
      http://music.asu.edu/events/

      Early Music Master Class: Charles Daniels (tenor), Les Voix Humaines (viols, lute)
      Saturday, February 21, 2015, 10am-noon
      ASU School of Music, Organ Hall
      Cost: Free
      Join the Phoenix Early Music Society for a master class by tenor Charles Daniels, gambists Susie Napper and Margaret Little, and lutenist Sylvain Bergeron in conjunction with their guest artist concert "Perchance to Dreame" (Feb 21, 2015, 7:30pm)
      http://music.asu.edu/events/

      Paul O’Dette, Lute,
      Tuesday, March 17, 2015, 7:30pm
      ASU School of Music, Katzin Concert Hall
      Cost: $8-$19
      For tickets contact the Herberger Institute box office at 480.965.6447.
      The American lutenist, conductor and musicologist Paul O'Dette specializes in the performance of Renaissance and Baroque music. He has made more than 120 recordings and earned five Grammy awards plus numerous other awards.
      In addition to his activities as a performer, Mr. O'Dette is an avid researcher, having worked on the performance and sources of 17th century Italian and English solo song, continuo practices and lute technique. Since 1976, O'Dette has served as Professor of Lute and the Director of Early Music at the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester, New York.
      This concert is co-sponsored by the ASU School of Music Guitar Series and the Phoenix Early Music Society.
      http://music.asu.edu/events/



      Catherine Saucier
      Associate Professor of Musicology
      School of Music
      Arizona State University
      PO Box 870405
      Tempe, AZ 85287-0405
      Phone: (480) 965-5197
      Fax: (480) 965-2659
      Email: Catherine.Saucier@...

      President, Phoenix Early Music Society



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      Scott Saari
      Cell: 602-230-7824

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