You are invited to join me for the re-launch concert of SF-based Liaison Baroque Ensemble, as we present the charming elegance of the French Baroque. Admission is FREE! I am so excited to be Co-director for this up-and-coming ensemble, and we are beyond thrilled to present our re-launch concert to the public.
L’Elegance: Music of the French Baroque
November 16, 2013 – 7:30pm
CoHo at Stanford University (Tressider Union)
Free Admission
Enjoy the casual atmosphere of the Stanford CoHo, get yourself a drink, and chill-out to some beautiful, elegant, and “tres charmant” jewels of the 17th and 18th century French repertoire. Bring your friends!

Program will feature:
Charpentier “Beate mie pene”
Couperin “Troisieme Lecon a  deux voix” (excerpt)
Rameau “L’Impatience”
Lully “Aimons tout nous y convie” from Thesee & “Aimez profitez du temps” from Isis

Monteclair “La mort du Didon”
Marais “Pieces de viole”
Lambert “Vos mepris, chaque jour”

Liaison is a dynamic and vibrant early-music ensemble based in San Francisco, California. In addition to playing in concert halls, Liaison hopes to bring historically-informed performances, or H.I.P. as it is known, to a wider range of audiences in non-traditional venues while maintaining the highest musical standards.

The members of Liaison are all active in the early-music community as soloists, orchestral musicians, and/or teachers. Liaison’s group name was inspired by the members’ pursuit of a collaborative, cooperative approach to ensemble music-making as well the importance of the relationship between performer and audience.

In a phrase, our mission is to make H.I.P. hip!

Liaison is:
Susie Fong, Harpsichord
Maya Kherani, Soprano
Hallie Pridham, Viola da gamba
Danielle Reutter-Harrah, Mezzo-soprano

*Please feel free to forward to whomever may be interested*




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