Baroque Ensemble
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SFCM Baroque Ensemble

Venue

Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Health & Safety

Full Vaccination Required. 

 

PROGRAM

C.P.E. Bach: Symphony in G Major, Wq 182/1
     I. Allegro di molto 
     II. Poco Adagio
     III. Presto

Giuseppe Tartini: Violin Concerto in A Minor, D. 115 
     I. Andante cantabile - Allegro assai
     II. Andante cantabile
     III. Presto

featuring the 2021-2022 Baroque Concerto Competition winner, Pauline Kempf ('22), baroque violin. 

Charles Avison: Concerto Grosso No. 3 in D Minor
     arranged from keyboard sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti
     I. Largo Andante
     II. Allegro spirutoso    
     III. Vivace
     IV. Piu Allegro 

Christoph Graupner: Overture Suite in F Major 
      I. Le contentment
     II. Air en Polonaise
     III. Bourrée
     IV. Le Desire
     V. Air
     VI. Hornpipe
     VII. Menuet

ARTISTS

SFCM Baroque Ensemble

Corey Jamason & Elisabeth Reed, directors
Pauline Kempf '22, baroque violin

Departments and Faculty Involved with This Event

Historical Performance

About SFCM’s Historical Performance Department

Historical Performance at SFCM traverses all eras of music history, allowing for an environment that enables the study of period performance practice and produces contemporary performances that are relevant, vibrant, and provocative. In this program, which offers a professional studies diploma in historical performance and bachelor's and master's music degrees in harpsichord and organ, you’ll develop and refine your skills in historical styles, whether on keyboards, baroque violin, viola, cello, or viola da gamba, and historical plucked strings. Historical Performance opportunities are open to all SFCM students, and our acclaimed Baroque Ensemble performs regularly throughout the year.

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