Music faculty artist series: "The Wild Geese" chamber music ensemble from Charlottesville, Va.
When Friday September 28, 2012 @ 7:30 PM (235 days ago)
Where Martin Chapel
Duration 1 hour
The Wild Geese will present “Casanova’s Venice”. The chamber music concert includes 16th through 18th century works from northern Italy, presented from the point of view of Giacomo Casanova, the infamous Italian adventurer!
Included is music by Vivaldi, Corelli, Albinoni, Gabrieli, Sammartini, Geminiani and Cima. The Wild Geese chamber ensemble includes Susan Black, violin, Nancy Garlick, recorder, Lynanne Wilson, cello, and Content Sablinsky, harpsichord.
The Wild Geese specializes in music of the Baroque era and enjoys presenting concerts with a focus on a particular historical personality, time and place. Recently they presented a concert on the music from Frederick the Great’s court in various locations in Virginia. “Casanova’s Venice” will include a narration concerning Casanova’s exciting life and the music he heard and loved.
The concert is free. Donations are welcomed for the EMU music scholarship fund.
Intended Audience General Public
Name Music Dept
Phone # 540.432.4225