Saturday November 23 at 5pm

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Nov 23 5:00 pm

Music Matters Series: Heartfelt Salon, Intimate Stage

Sonja Du Toit Tengbladsoprano
Emily Marvoshcontralto
Joseph Turbessipianos

Hearfelt Salon, Intimate Stage

Middle-English love song Bryd one brere
Elizabethan songs by Thomas Morley
Handel arias from Ariodante & Judas Maccabeus
trad. Northumberland  Blow the Wind Southerly
Jacques Offenbach  Barcarolle
Gustav Mahler  from Rückert-Lieder
Amy Beach Three Browning Songs
Elizabeth Vercoe Irreveries from Sappho
William Bolcom Cabaret Songs & Three Ghost Rags
George Gershwin  Blah, Blah, Blah
Tom Lehrer  Poisoning Pigeons in the Park
Rossini-Pearsall Duet of the Two Cats,
  the most famous comic duet of all time

The repertoire says it all. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Music Matters, the over-the-top talented trio of Tengblad-Marvosh-Turbessi will wring tears, outright laughter, and heartfelt pathos from beloved and, yes, some quite unexpected scores. Joe Turbessi will play both the rich 1886 Chickering concert grand and the lyrical, agile 1922 Mason & Hamlin. Contralto Emily Marvosh (a programming genius) will evoke the spirit of Kathleen Ferrier, even as she and superb soprano Sonja Tengblad pay potent, moving homage to brilliant 20th- and 17th-century songs. Irresistible. (Seats will go fast, we suspect.)

Tickets $20. Age18 and under admitted for free.

Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door. For advance ticket sales click here.

All seats unreserved – first come, first seated. Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Join us for a wine and cheese reception celebrating 10 years of the series immediately following the concert.

Cost
$20


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