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Peggy Pearson plays Bach

  • St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 15 St. Paul St. Brookline, MA 02446 USA (map)

Boston’s favorite oboist Peggy Pearson plays Bach's beloved cantata, “Ich habe genug” BWV 82. “…this is music she plays in a state of eloquent grace.” —Boston Globe Rebecca Printz, Bach Institute alumna joins Winsor for this performance. In celebration of John Harbison's 80th birthday year we will feature Rafael Popper-Keizer in Invention on a Theme of William Shakespeare. The music of 17th century Venice comes to Brookline in a new, rich arrangement by Diaz of Strozzi's madrigal. The concert closes with one of the most perfect pieces of music ever written, Mozart's Clarinet Quintet. 

Barbara Strozzi  Amor, Amor, Madrigal for five voices (arr. Díaz)
John Harbison Invention on a Theme of William Shakespeare
Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata BWV 82 “Ich habe genug” 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581

Performers:

Rebecca Printz mezzo-soprano
Peggy Pearson oboe
Rane Moore clarinet
Gabriela Díaz, Gabriel Boyers violin
Stephanie Fong viola
Rafael Popper-Keizer cello
Randall Zigler bass
Michael Beattie harpsichord


Earlier Event: April 15
Phantasy
Later Event: November 25
Stephen Drury