As the opening event for the 2023 North Carolina HIP Music Festival, Mallarme presents the music of Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber. Biber was a master of stringed instruments and wrote the 15 Mystery Sonatas that chronicle the life of Christ through music for violin and continuo. Mallarme presented this collection of sonatas in February 2016 to great acclaim, and is “revisiting” the music of Biber including one sonata from the Mystery sonatas plus works from Harmonia artificioso-ariosa (1696), Sonata tam aris quam aulis servientes (1676) and Mensa sonora (1680)
This performance will be presented twice – in Raleigh on February 4, 3:00 pm @ Christ Church and again in Durham, on February 5, 3:00 pm @ St Paul’s Lutheran Church.
Martie Perry and David Wilson – violin
Joey O’Donnell and Suzanne Rousso – viola
Barbara Krumdieck – cello, Jennifer Streeter – harpsichord
Kathryn Adduci – trumpet, Daniel Swenberg – theorbo, David Faircloth – baritone
Kathryn Adduci’s appearance is supported by Kathy and Lex Silbiger
Sonata IV a Cinque from Sonatae Tam Aris Quam Aulis Servientes
Sonata III in F Major (1681), C. 140 for violin and continuo
Rosary Sonata No. 2 “The Visitation” for violin and continuo
Harmonia Artificiosa-Ariosa in A Major, Partia III for two violins and continuo
Mensa Sonora, Pars III in A Minor, C.71
Serenade a Cinque “Night Watchman”
Sonata a Six (c. 1673)
Single tickets: $30/ $15/$10 PURCHASE
Also accepted for entry are 2023 HIPster passes and Mallarme Chamber Players subscriptions.