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NORTH CAROLINA H.I.P.* MUSIC FESTIVAL

MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS

JANUARY 27 – FEBRUARY 3, 2013
in Durham and Chapel Hill, NC
*HIP = Historically informed performance
Opus 333

Opus 333, owned and commissioned by Elaine Funaro, built by Richard Kingston and painted by Lisa Creed.

 

Presented by the “hippest” musicians on period instruments:
Aliénor
Baroque and Beyond
Ensemble Vermillian
Mallarmé Chamber Players
The Vivaldi Project
Music departments of Duke and UNC-CH
This festival is made possible in part through a
Challenge America Fast -Track grant from the
National Endowment for the Arts.
Read the Press Release
Co-sponsored by Lex and Kathy Silbiger
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Sunday, January 27, 3 pm
CONCERT – Baroque and Beyond
Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill directions
single tickets: $20 at the door

 

Michael ManiaciProgram:

Vivaldi~Corelli~Strozzi~J.S. Bach~Andrea Caporale~Handel more

 

Artists:
Beverly Biggs, Peter Lekx, Michael Maniaci, William Simms, Stephanie Vial

 

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Monday, January 28, 4 pm
MASTER CLASS – Michael Maniaci, countertenor
HIPSTER event

 

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Tuesday, January 29, 8 pm
CONCERT – Aliénor
Nelson Music Room, Duke East Campus, Durham directions
FREE

 

Program:
Poulenc~Alexander Voormolen~Aliénor winning compositions from the 2012 competitionElaine
AND a special treat (guest – harpsichord builder
Richard Kingston) more

 

Artists: Elaine Funaro, Randall Love

 

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Thursday, January 31, 7:30 pm
CONCERT – UNC-CH Music Faculty
Person Recital Hall, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill directions
FREE

 

Program:
French Baroque Both Old and New

 

brentArtists:
Jeanne Fischer, Elaine Funaro, Richard Luby Hugh Partridge, Brent Wissick

 

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Friday, February 1, 12 pm
LISTENING LUNCH 
Beyu Caffe, Durham directions
Program: TBA
FREE with purchase of food or drink

 

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Friday, February 1, 4 pm – 6 pm
WORKSHOP – The Vivaldi Project
Person Hall, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill directions
see side panel for registration info

 

Program: Introduction to Baroque Performance Practice
for string teachers

 

Artists: Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial

 

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Friday, February 1, 8 pm
CONCERT – Ensemble Vermillian
St. Stephens Church, Durham directions
suggested donation: $15 at the door

 

 

Program: Musica Transalpina
Works by favorite German & Italian composers of the Baroque EraEnsemble Vermillian
Bach~Buxtehude~Caccini~
Castello~Fontana

 

 

 

Artists: Frances Blaker, Barbara Krumdieck, John O’Brien
Dan Smith, David Wilson

 

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Saturday, February 2, 10 am – 12 pm
WORKSHOP – The Vivaldi Project
Hill Hall – UNC-CH, Chapel Hill directions
see side panel for registration info

 

Program: Introduction to Baroque Performance Practice for professional and advanced string players

 

Artists: Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial

 

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Saturday, February 2, 2 pm – 6 pm
OPEN REHEARSAL for Mallarmé concert
HIPSTER event

 

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Saturday, February 2, 7:30 pm
HIPSTER RECEPTION
Home of Elaine Funaro and Randall Love
HIPSTER event

 

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Sunday, February 3, 3 pm
CONCERT – Mallarmé Chamber Players
First Presbyterian Church, Durham directions
$18 in advance/ $20 at the door/ $5 for students with ID PURCHASE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program:
Bach is Back, with Friends!
Biber~Muffat~Telemann~J. S. Bach

 

Artists:
Frances Blaker, Elizabeth Field, Elaine Funaro
Barbara Krumdieck, Peter Lekx, Robbie Link
Joey O’Donnell, Suzanne Rousso, Sangeeta Swamy
Stephanie Vial, David Wilson, Brent Wissick

 

BECOME A HIPSTER AND ATTEND EVERY EVENT!

 

HIPSTER PACKAGE
$50 includes admission to all events, including all concerts, the Michael Maniaci master class, as an auditor to the 2/1 and 2/2 ($30 to participate) workshops, admittance to the Mallarmé open rehearsal and invitation to the 2/2 Funaro-Love reception. PURCHASE

 

FESTIVAL ARTISTS

 

Violin

 

Viola

 

Cello

 

Viola d’amore

 

Viola da gamba

 

Violone

 

Harpsichord

 

Piano

 

Recorder

 

Theorbo/ lute/ guitar

 

Countertenor

 

Soprano

 

WORKSHOPS
The Vivaldi Project’s Institute for Early Music on Modern Instruments (EMMI), directed by  violinist Elizabeth Field and cellist Stephanie Vial offers professional string players the opportunity to study baroque and classical performance practices using their own modern instruments. As active performers and teachers on both period and modern instruments. Field and Vial share a strong belief in the need to translate Early Music practices for today’s performers on today’s instruments.

 

Friday 2/1 4 pm – 6 pm
Introduction to Baroque Performance Practice for string teachers

 

Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial will discuss and demonstrate baroque performance practices—-bowing techniques, applications of vibrato, and principles of phrase structure—as applied to baroque dance forms and the sonatas and concertos found in the Suzuki books and among the standard performance repertoire.
$40 participant, free for HIPSTER REGISTER

 

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Saturday 2/2
10 am – 12 pm
Introduction to Baroque Performance Practice for professional and advanced string players

 

Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial will teach basic techniques which will introduce methods of stylistic, historically-informed playing using your own modern string instrument and bow. Topics covered will include: bowing techniques, finding the baroque voice of your instrument, musical grammar and rhetoric, the interpretation of slur and “staccato” articulations and applications of vibrato and ornamentation. This will be a participatory class, so please bring your instruments. Auditors also welcome.

 

$40 participant/ $15 auditor  free audit for HIPSTER REGISTER


Start:
January 27, 2013 12:00 AM
End:
February 3, 2013 12:00 AM
Cost:
Various
Category:
Organizer:
Mallarmemusic
Phone:
919-560-2701
Email:
office@mallarmemusic.org
Venue:
Various
Phone:
919-560-2701
Address:
NC, United States
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