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The Good Song: Faure in the 1890s

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

Jan 07 2017
The Good Song: Faure in the 1890s

Marin Baroque Presents Series: SYLVESTRIS QUARTET on Saturday, January 7, at 8 pm, First Presbyterian Church San Anselmo. Music of Fauré, with special guests Harvey Baechtel, baritone, and Michael Seregow, piano.

Marin Baroque Presents Series:

SYLVESTRIS QUARTET on Saturday, January 7, at 8 pm, First Presbyterian Church San Anselmo, 72 Kensington Rd, 94960. Special guest Michael Seregow, piano, will play the Piano Quintet in D minor by Gabriel Fauré. Harvey Baechtel, baritone, sings La Bonne Chanson which is specially scored for voice, piano, and string quartet. Sylvestris: Anna Washburn, Tyler Lewis, violins, Aaron Westman, viola, and Gretchen Claassen, cello. Tickets www.marinbaroque.org

The Good Song: Gabriel Fauré in the 1890s

Gabriel Fauré began working on his epic D minor Piano Quintet (Op. 89) in 1887, but set it aside in the early 1890s to write his unique and inspired song cycles, La Bonne Chanson and Cinq Mélodies de Venise, both of which feature poetry by the symbolist poet Paul Verlaine.  Sylvestris Quartet, baritone Harry Baechtel and pianist Michael Seregow join forces to present these three remarkable and sublime works.  La Bonne Chanson is uniquely scored for voice, piano, and string quartet.  The composer finally finished his piano quintet in 1906, nearly twenty years after beginning working on it!

ADMISSION INFO

$25 General, $20 senior/SFEMS member, $15 student

Contact: 415-497-6634

Email: marinbaroque@gmail.com

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LOCATION

First Presbyterian Church San Anselmo

72 Kensington Road, San Anselmo, CA 94960

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    • Wheelchair Access

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