Nordic Chamber Music: Nordic Neighbor
Northern Germany – Early Influences
Laura Loge, Artistic Director
- January 21, 2024 at 3 pm
- St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church (map)
- Tickets available here
- $30 General Admission
- $10 Student/Child Admission
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Baroque violinist Tekla Cunningham (“not only impresses with a flawless technique, but also with her deep understanding of the rhetorical and gestural nature of this repertoire.” review), harpsichord player and organist Henry Lebedinsky (“There was nothing but intimacy and warmth in Lebedinsky’s playing. The audience leant in to listen.” – Review Vancouver) and baroque cellist and viola da gamba player Adaiha MacAdam-Somer (“provide[s] vibrant and sensitive support at every turn, proving much more than mere accompanists.” review) will explore music from early and baroque Germany and how cross-border exchange of music and musicians influenced both the Nordic region and Northern Germany. Come for the exquisite music, expect to be entirely entertained and educated.
- Tekla Cunningham, baroque violin
- Henry Lebedinsky, harpsichord and organ
- Adaiha MacAdam-Somer, baroque cello and viola da gamba
On the program:
- Music from Northern Germany from the early and baroque periods. Selections TBA.
The Nordic Chamber Music Series is produced by the Northwest Edvard Grieg Society.
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