Series Concert #3
Sunday, February 4, 2018 3:00 pm Baldwin Auditorium, Durham
(HIP Festival opener)
Presented in association with the Duke University Department of Music
Why do composers write a piece? Because someone commissions or inspires them to do so!
W.A. Mozart – Quartet in G Minor for fortepiano & strings, K. 478 (commissioned by Hoffmeister)
Anne Louise Brillon de Joey – Duos for harpsichord and fortepiano
Luigi Boccherini – Sonata for violin and fortepiano in D Major, Op. 5, No. 4 (written in honor of Madame Brillon de Jouy)
Mark Janello – new work for harpsichord & strings (commissioned by Aliénor and Mallarmé)
Elaine Funaro – harpsichord; Randall Love – fortepiano
Matvey Lapin – violin; Suzanne Rousso – viola; Stephanie Vial – cello
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Charles-Joseph Natoire, French 1700-1777 “Erato Serenading Thalia, Euterpe and Melpomene, 1738
Oil on canvas, 88 X 148 cm, The Horvitz Collection
This lovely work will be on display at the Ackland Art Museum in Chapel Hill (101 S Columbia St), presenting the exhibition “Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French art from the Horvitz Collection” January 26 – April 8. ackland.org