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Coming This Month
The Bach Sinfonia

Ensemble Gaudior

J. Reilly Lewis & Ellis Kampani

Musica ad Rhenum

Washington Bach Consort

Andrew Willis

October 7 at noon
Church of the Epiphany, Washington, DC

The Washington Bach Consort
Noontime Cantatas: Die Elenden sollen essen, BWV 75

For more information, call 202-429-2121.

October 9 at 7:30 PM
The Mansion at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD

J. Reilly Lewis, harpsichord and Jennifer Ellis Kampani, soprano

Acclaimed Baroque music specialist J. Reilly Lewis created this program, which reveals the musical treasures in the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach that Johann Sebastian Bach created for his second wife -- works that later informed such Bach masterpieces as the Goldberg Variations. Performing on a copy of a Michael Mietcke double harpsichord, Lewis is joined by the soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani.

For more information, call (301) 362-6525.

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October 11 at 8:00 PM
Christ Church, Washington, DC

Ensemble Gaudior
Un Soggiorno Italiano: Music by Corelli, Vivaldi and Stradella

For more information, call (703) 395-2899.

October 17 at 8:00 PM
Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress (Jefferson Building), Washington, DC

Collegium Vocale Gent, with Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepiano

Pre-concert presentation at 6:15 PM -- "Homo Musicus: How Music Began, Ellen Dissanayake, University of Washington

October 25 at 8:00 PM
Woodside United Methodist Church, Silver Spring, MD

The Bach Sinfonia
The Genius of Haydn

A festive program exploring a wide range of works by Haydn. Enjoy the enticing call of horns in the lesser-known but delightful opera overture to "Fidelity's Reward", a tribute to Diana, goddess of the hunt. Experience Haydn's middle period sturm und drang in the restless and passionate Symphony No. 52. Hear the famed Trumpet Concerto, featuring soloist Stanley Curtis performing on a unique and rarely heard keyed trumpet, a replica of the instrument for which the piece was intended. The program concludes with the grand, late Symphony No. 92 written for the city of Paris, but perhaps better known as the work Haydn conducted at the 1791 ceremony at which he was awarded an honorary doctorate by Oxford University.

For more information, call (301) 362-6525.

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October 26 at 3:00 PM
The Mansion at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD

Andrew Willis, fortepiano

Rediscover the beauty of classics by C.P.E. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Clementi, and Beethoven as they might have been heard more than two centuries ago—performed on a replica of a 1790 Walter fortepiano and a 1787 Broadwood square fortepiano.

Scholar and pianist Donald Manildi, curator of the International Piano Archives at University of Maryland, discusses “Great Pianistic Traditions of the 19th and 20th Centuries,” 6:30pm in the Shapiro Music Room. Free with concert ticket.

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October 29 at 12:10 PM
West Building Ground Floor Lecture Hall, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Musica ad Rhenum

A concert of 17th century music for recorder, cello, and harpsichord, presented in honor of Jan Lievens: A Dutch Master Rediscovered.

For more information, call (202) 842-6941.