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Sylvestris Quartet: From Dover Beach to Wenlock Edge

Presented by Marin Baroque at First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo, San Anselmo CA

Feb 17 2018
Sylvestris Quartet: From Dover Beach to Wenlock Edge

Sylvestris Quartet plays music of Barber, Elgar, and Vaughan-Williams

Marin Baroque Presents:

Sylvestris Quartet featuring Harry Baechtel and Michael Seregow

From Dover Beach to Wenlock Edge: Barber, Elgar, and Vaughan-Williams songs and chamber music

Help celebrate the release of their all-Fauré album, The Good Song

The historically informed Sylvestris Quartet, pianist Michael Seregow, and baritone Harry Baechtel join forces again after premiering their program The Good Song last season on MB Presents, and recording it in Seattle this past summer with a historic 1869 Erard piano!

This time, they’ll focus on English pastoral settings and chamber music from the World War I era by British composers Edward Elgar and Ralph Vaughan-Williams, and the American composer Samuel Barber.

The program centers around Barber’s cycle Dover Beach, a setting of a poem by Matthew Arnold depicting the “grating roar” of the waves, Vaughan-Williams’s On Wenlock Edge, a setting from parts of A. E. Housman’s A Shropshire Lad, and Elgar’s Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 84, written at a country cottage in 1918, but said to be a processing of the horrors of “The Great War.” The program will also feature Barber’s famous Adagio from his string quartet, and short songs from the era.

Anna Washburn and Tyler Lewis, violins
Aaron Westman, viola
Gretchen Claassen, cello


$30 - General
$25 - Seniors & SFEMS members
$10 - Students

Tickets available online or at the door.

Wheelchair accessible. Ample, free street parking.

Contact: 415-497-6634


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Additional time info:

8:00 - 10:00 pm


First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo

72 Kensington Road, San Anselmo, CA 94960


Wheelchair accessible. Ample free street parking.

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