Start the weekend right with great music in a relaxed setting
Happy Hour Chamber Concerts – Online!
During this time of pandemic we are continuing our mission to bring early music artists and appreciative audiences together in an intimate and informal setting. What’s different this season is that we are bringing this wonderful music into your home – or wherever else you want to hear it. Happy Hour Chamber Concerts is online this year. When you purchase a ticket, you will receive a link to a pre-recorded concert you can view online. We’ll even throw in the wine and snacks! Our artists and board members are sharing a favorite recipe and wine paring you can fix ahead of time to enjoy during the concert! Fifteen minutes after the end of the concert, you are invited to an hour-long video conference with the musicians and the rest of the audience. You can click here to get a more complete picture of how HHCC Online works, along with some FAQs that will help you maximize your enjoyment of great music.
We know the best way to experience this incredible music is in live performance, but we hope these online concerts will help to create a happy hour or two while we all work to keep each other healthy. Our thanks to our incredible musicians and our wonderful patrons for making this possible!
Our next concert
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,
PARISH HOUSE BAROQUE
We are so happy to have Parish House Baroque back on our program to inaugurate our online series! Their concert invites us into a delightful journey through baroque treasures from familiar composers and, perhaps, some new musical friends. To learn more about Parish House Baroque, click here. And to purchase tickets, you can click here. Tickets will remain on sale through September 24.
Parish House Baroque
Elisa Wicks, baroque violin
Jennifer Carpenter, recorders
Pamela Chaddon, baroque cello
Eric Wicks, harpsichord
Folias echo para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos (1650) – Andrea Falconieri (1585 – 1656)
Sonate, correnti et arie, Op. 4: Sonata No. 26, “La Prosperina”- Marco Uccellini (1603/1610 – 1680)
Violin Sonata in A major, Op.5 No.9 – Arcangelo Corelli (1653 – 1713)
Trio Sonata in C major, QV 2:Anh.3 – Johann Joachim Quantz (1697 – 1773)
Trio Sonata for treble recorder, violin and continuo in D minor, TWV42:d10 – Pierre Prowo (1697 – 1757), formerly attributed to Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 6:00 PM
COLORADO CHAMBER PLAYERS
Colorado Chamber Players returns to Happy Hour with a program featuring beguiling music from less well known baroque composers. These gems offer us an enchanted concert that is sure to bring a smile and brighten an autumnal evening! To learn more about a performer, click on that person’s name immediately below. Tickets should go on sale around September 23.
Barbara Hamilton and Daniel Urbanowicz, violas d’amore
Sarah Biber, viola da gamba and baroque cello
Paul Primus, harpsichord
Partita in A major for viola d’amore and continuo – Christian Pezold (1677-1733)
Ah, que l‘amore , solo viola d’amore – Louis-Toussaint Milandre (c 1756 – c 1776)
Galanterie #21, solo viola d’amore – Franz Götz (1755 – 1815)
Tablature solo Viola da Gamba: Love’s Farewell – Tobias Hume (1569 – 1645)
Overture for 2 Violas d’amore and continuo – Wilhelm Ganspekch (1691 – 1770)
The rest of the season…
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2020, 6 PM
Perspectives of Antiquity
Rocky Mountain Consort
Brune Macary – baroque violin
Sarah Biber – viola da gamba
Wesley Leffingwell – harpsichord
We are working with other musicians to develop a full season of music. We will post future online concerts as plans develop. Thanks for supporting our mission in Early Music!
What people are saying
- “That was a wonderful concert – it seems the perfect format too. The timing was great too – we were able to go out after the concert, instead of having to rush through a dinner to make it in time”
- “We find these concerts to be such a treat. They seem to help launch a few days of ease. The music is always first class and very engaging.”