EARLY MUSIC FOUNDATION

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2017-2018

Concert Season 2017 - 2018

FALL 2017     

     GUEST ARTISTS & ENSEMBLES

 

 

 

THE ROYAL FLUTES:  Music from the Court of Louis XIV
      Barthold Kuijken, Immanuel Davis and Guests - In Recital


      First Church of Christ, Scientist, Central Park West at 68th St.

    Tuesday, October 17th at 7:30 pm
            as part of theNew York Early Music Celebration 2017

EARLY MUSIC FOUNDATION [EMF] presents Belgian and American colleagues in a duo-recital of 18th-century French transverse flute duets and trio-sonatas. Virtuoso baroque flutists Barthold Kuijken and Immanuel Davis are joined by viola da gambist Arnie Tanimoto and harpsichordist Donald Livingston in a program of French music from the time of Louis XIV. The flute was experiencing a newfound popularity with audiences and was considered one of the most fashionable instruments. For this program of works by Couperin, Hotteterre, Clérambault and Marais, Mr. Kuijken and Mr. Davis are playing Hotteterre-styled flutes at the luxuriously low pitch of A=392 (a whole-step below our modern A). The mellow sounds of these wood flutes create an atmosphere of blending sounds that will sooth and tantalize the listener's ear.

Tickets are $40 General Admission, Students & Seniors $20 and will be available at the door this evening. Cash, Check (made out to Early Music Foundation) and all major Credit Cards accepted.

    EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK SEASON SUBSCRIBERS and SINGLE-TICKET BUYERS CAN PURCHASE TICKETS TO THIS CONCERT AT A 25% DISCOUNT.

    CALL 212-280-0330 FOR DETAILS


THE VENUE:

First Church of Christ, Scientist
77 Central Park West at 68th Street, New York, NY 10023

EM/NY's new, “best kept secret,” Lincoln Square performance venue —

Near Lincoln Center, the First Church of Christ, Scientist faces Central Park at 68th St. and is reached via the M72, M10 and Columbus Avenue M7 & M11 bus lines; subways C to 72nd at Central Park West (70th St. exit) and the #1 to 66th at Broadway. Parking garages are available along West 68th and 66th Streets.

[Call for information regarding disability access 212-280-0330]


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