During the 17th and 18th centuries, the majority of Europeans settling in a patchwork of colonies that would become the early United States were primarily English, Irish and Scottish. Taken together their musical traditions — in the form of devotional and theatrical music, songs, dances, and rousing military tunes — would prove as influential as the English language, in the cultural development of a young country. Please join us for another program of delightful music from this rich period of history.
|Danielle Reutter-Harrah (Mezzo Soprano), Gretchen Claassen (Viola da Gambist), Katherine Heater (harpsichord) and Vicki Melin (Baroque Flute) at the Berkley Early Music Festival in June 2014.|
San Francisco Bay Area, Autumn 2014 "Music on the Hill" Chamber Series, Diamond Heights, San Francisco.
Please join Sara Duchovnay, (Soprano) Gretchen Claassen (Viola da Gamba), Katherine Heater, (Harpsichord) and Vicki Melin ( Baroque Flute) for this program featuring the music of Purcell, Handel, Arne, and a collection of instrumental pieces from the British Isles and early American Colonies. This will be another opportunity to hear this program, first performed at the Berkeley Early Music Festival this past June.
Sunday, October 19th, 2014 at 7:00 pm
Music on the Hill
St. Aidan's Church
101 Gold Mine Drive
San Francisco, CA 94131
Tickets: $15 General, or $9 Seniors and Students (through age 18) discount. Tickets may be purchased at the door 30 minutes prior to the concert, or reserved by contacting email@example.com. or 415-820-1429.