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TACOMA

ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

3615 North Gove Street
St. Luke's Tacoma

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 early chamber music in Tacoma
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St. Luke's Tacoma

St. Luke's Memorial Episcopal Church
provides the ideal setting and acoustic
for this early chamber music. It is an exact replica
of an English country church that was built in 1883
 and later moved stone by stone
to its present site on North Gove Street.


2018 Salish Sea Early Music Festival in Tacoma
~ Period Instrument chamber music from six centuries in Tacoma and around the Salish Sea ~

Mindy RosenfeldJanet See
  • Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 7:00 PM
  FLUTE TRIOS
Janet See ~ baroque flute
Mindy Rosenfeld ~ baroque flute
Jeffrey Cohan ~ baroque flute
Jonathan Oddie ~ harpsichord


Fabulous baroque flute trios with harpsichord with renowned flutists
Janet See, and Mindy Rosenfeld of the Baltimore Consort.


renaissance fluteAnna Marsh

• Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 7:00 PM

FOUR PART CANZONAS 1585-1625
Anna Marsh ~ dulcian (renaissance bassoon)
Courtney Kuroda ~  violin
Stephen Criswell ~ viola
Jeffrey Cohan ~ renaissance flute


An in-depth exploration of the rarely-heard Italian four-part canzona, inspired by four-part
French and Flemish chansons, which blossomed in print from 1582 to 1628 concurrently with increasing
activity among violin makers and players in Milan, Brescia and Cremona, and with the emerging "baroque" style.


Susie Napper
  tentatively:
Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 7:00 PM
(to be confirmed soon)
THE INSTRUMENTAL AIR DE COUR
Susie Napper ~ viola da gamba
Jeffrey Cohan ~ baroque flute


The intensely moving and intimate vocal French air de cour inspired instrumentalists
from the late 16th century and yielded trends that resonated still in the early 1700's.

Carrie Krause



   tentatively:
Friday, May 18, 2018 at 7:00 •
(to be confirmed soon)
THE CAPABLE VIRTUOSO
Carrie Krause ~ baroque violin
John Lenti ~ theorbo & baroque guitar
Jeffrey Cohan ~ baroque flute


Johann Mattheson's "The Capable Virtuoso", published in Hamburg in 1720, sets the tone for this program of trio sonatas inspired by Corelli and the idea that Italian, French, and German styles might be fused in an integrated musical style.

Jeffrey CohanCarrie Krause, violin

tentatively:
Friday, May 25, 2018 at 12:00 NOON  •
(to be confirmed soon)
BACH's BRANDENBURG CONCERTO
Carrie Krause ~ baroque violin
Jeffrey Cohan ~ baroque flute
Jonathan Oddie ~ harpsichord
Courtney Kuroda ~ baroque violin
Stephen Creswell ~ baroque viola
Anna Marsh ~ baroque bassoon


The 5th Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach and other works for flute, violin, harpsichord and string chamber orchestra.


Flutist Frederick the Great


tentatively:
 • Monday, June 11, 2018 at 7:00 PM
(to be confirmed soon)
FREDERICK THE GREAT
Jefrey Cohan ~ baroque flute
Oleg TImofeyev ~ baroque lute


Slvius Leopold Weiss, the most prolific and highly esteemed lutenist of the baroque and teacher of Frederick the Great, wrote sonatas for obbligato lute and flute from which this program branches out to explore music at the court of the flutist King Frederick II of Prussia.

~ previous performances this season ~
  Annalisa Pappano
• Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 7:00 PM

TREBLE VIOL, BAROQUE GUITAR & FLUTE
Annalisa Pappano (Cincinnati) ~ treble viol
Michael Freimuth (Kiel, Germany) ~ baroque guitar
Jeffrey Cohan ~ renaissance & baroque flutes


The treble viol was widely used during the 17th and early 18th centuries but is seldom to be heard today, particularly in combination with renaissance transverse flute. Our opening performance features Annalisa Pappano from Cincinnati, one of the world's foremost players of treble viol, who also plays the pardessus de viole, lirone and viola da gamba and directs the Catacoustic Consort, and Michael Freimuth from Kiel Germany, one of Europe's most active performers on baroque guitar and theorbo. This exploration of mostly French and Italian repertoire for treble viol, baroque guitar and flute from about 1625 to 1725 will present solos, duos and trios by Buonamente, Sweelinck, Heudelinne, Lully, De Visee and Cheron.
Michael Freimuth

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