Happy Hour Chamber Concerts Presents Un tas de cortes

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Happy Hour Chamber Concerts Presents Un tas de cortes

May 3 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT

$12 – $22

“String Music from the French Court”

Happy Hour Concerts welcomes Un tas de cordes to our series for a first-time concert. The Baroque string trio performs a program of chamber music from the courts of Louis XIV and Louis XV. The evening will feature sonatas by Jean-Féry Rebel and Georg Muffat as well as a haunting viola da gamba solo by the famed Marin Marais. The concert closes with a charming and regal chaconne by Marais’ student Jacques Morel.
All of these composers had close contact with Jean-Baptiste Lully, Louis XIV’s favorite composer, yet each also felt the influence of Italian musicians like Corelli. The program includes pieces that reflect both French and Italian styles, drawing on the best aspects of both.
Un tas de cordes is Samuel Breene (Baroque violin), Sarah Biber (viola da gamba) and Jeffrey Noonan (theorbo).


May 3
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
$12 – $22
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Happy Hour Chamber Concerts (HHCC)
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Contact Name
anne bond
Contact Email
[email protected]


Epiphany Lutheran Church (Denver)
790 S. Corona
Denver, CO 80209 United States
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