Calendar: June 23–29, 2014

Monday, June 23

Prescott Lectures
John Prescott
John Prescott, Ph.D., presents a series of talks on “Versailles, Paris and Beyond: the Glories of French Baroque Music.” Day 1: “Le Chambre du Roi: Intimacy and Intensity in French Baroque Chamber Music”

9:30 AM to Noon
St. Mary Magdalene Church
2005 Berryman St., Berkeley
$20 per session, $85/$80 full week
rbradleywood@gmail.com, 510-548-5413


Tuesday, June 24

Prescott Lectures
John Prescott
John Prescott, Ph.D., presents a series of talks on “Versailles, Paris and Beyond: the Glories of French Baroque Music.” Day 2: “Lully to Rameau: the Glories of French Baroque Opera”

9:30 AM to Noon
St. Mary Magdalene Church
2005 Berryman St., Berkeley
$20 per session, $85/$80 full week
rbradleywood@gmail.com, 510-548-5413


Wednesday, June 25

Prescott Lectures
John Prescott
John Prescott, Ph.D., presents a series of talks on “Versailles, Paris and Beyond: the Glories of French Baroque Music.” Day 3: “The Clavecinists: the Varied and Sensual World of French Harpsichord Music”

9:30 AM to Noon
St. Mary Magdalene Church
2005 Berryman St., Berkeley
$20 per session, $85/$80 full week
rbradleywood@gmail.com, 510-548-5413

SFEMS Baroque Workshop
Baroque concert
“The International Style: Baroque Repertoire Performed by the Baroque Summer Workshop Faculty.” The San Francisco Early Music Society Summer Baroque Workshop faculty concert features an internationally acclaimed faculty of renowned professional Baroque performers. A variety of works feature stunning virtuosity and supple musicality. The concert features Kati Kyme (violin), William Skeen (cello), Linda Pearse (sackbut), Mary Springfels (gamba), Kathleen Kraft (traverso), Sand Dalton (oboe), Rita Lilly (soprano), Anna Marsh (bassoon), Eva Legêne (recorder), Yonit Kosovske (harpsichord).

7:30 PM
Ives Hall 119, Sonoma State University
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
$20
baroqueworkshop@sfems.org


Thursday, June 26

Prescott Lectures
John Prescott
John Prescott, Ph.D., presents a series of talks on “Versailles, Paris and Beyond: the Glories of French Baroque Music.” Day 4: “The Suavity and Opulence of French Baroque Choral Music”

9:30 AM to Noon
St. Mary Magdalene Church
2005 Berryman St., Berkeley
$20 per session, $85/$80 full week
rbradleywood@gmail.com, 510-548-5413

SFEMS Baroque Workshop
Yonit
“Chromatic Harpsichord Recital: Yonit Kosovske, Harpsichord.” A discussion and performance exploring diverse contexts of chromatic writing in compositions for solo keyboard in the 16th and 17th centuries. Featuring works by Giovanni de Macque, Giovanni Maria Trabaci, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Tarquino Merula, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Michelangelo Rossi, and Johann Jakob Froberger.

7 PM
Ives Hall 119, Sonoma State University
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
$20
baroqueworkshop@sfems.org


Friday, June 27

Prescott Lectures
John Prescott
John Prescott, Ph.D., presents a series of talks on “Versailles, Paris and Beyond: the Glories of French Baroque Music.” Day 5: “The Legacy: French Music Beyond the Baroque”

9:30 AM to Noon
St. Mary Magdalene Church
2005 Berryman St., Berkeley
$20 per session, $85/$80 full week
rbradleywood@gmail.com, 510-548-5413

SFEMS Music Discovery Workshop
MDW
Student recital and theater project performances

6 PM
Norton Hall, St. Mary Magdalene Church
2005 Berryman St., Berkeley
Free
discoveryworkshop@sfems.org