Bob Stevenson’s interview with Richard Egarr on The Front Row

Many of you may have heard it already, but just in case you missed it, here is a link to Bob Stevenson’s interview with Richard Egarr on The Front Row:

http://www.thefrontrow.org/articles/1328115130-Houston-Early-Music—Richard-Egarr.html

Press Release: Houston Early Music to feature harpsichordist Richard Egarr, February 3

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Houston Early Music to feature harpsichordist Richard Egarr, February 3

 HOUSTON, TX – December 19, 2011 – Houston Early Music continues its 2011-2012 season with a performance by British harpsichordist and conductor Richard Egarr on Friday, Feb. 3. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5200 Fannin in Houston, TX 77004. Egarr will also offer a pre-concert talk at 6:45 p.m.

 For the program, entitled The Harpsichord’s Golden Century, Egarr will present a fresh look at works of 17th century composers Louis Couperin and Johann Jakob Froberger, who were known to be great friends and colleagues.

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March 28: Trio Sonnerie (Monica Huggett, Dir.) presented by Houston Early Music

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Houston Early Music presents

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

The Harmony of Nations

7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street (77030)

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Trio Sonnerie featured at Houston Early Music March performance

Download Press Release (Word document) HEMtriosonn.012411.FINAL HOUSTON EARLY MUSIC P. O. Box 271193 Houston, TX 77277-1193 www.HoustonEarlyMusic.org Media contact: Susan Love Fitts, 936-597-8825 susan@susanlovefitts.com Trio Sonnerie featured at Houston Early Music March performance HOUSTON, TX – February 2, 2011 – Trio Sonnerie will be featured at the next Houston Early Music concert on Monday, March 28, 2011. Entitled The Harmony of Nations, the performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, 6221 Main Street, Houston, TX 77030. Continue reading

Program: TRIO SONNERIE

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011 TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir. The Harmony of Nations 7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church 6221 Main Street (77030) See all information about this concert BUY TICKETS HARMONY OF NATIONS Trio Sonnerie Monica Huggett, baroque violin Emilia Benjamin, viola da gamba James johnstone, harpsichord

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Next Concert: TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir., Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

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presenting the world’s finest period ensembles and soloists … bringing to life music from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance to the Baroque and Classical periods. Experience with us early music played on original instruments, by musicians reviving performances of the past.


Houston Early Music presents

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

The Harmony of Nations

7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street (77030)

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TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011 TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir. The Harmony of Nations 7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church 6221 Main Street (77030)
Trio Sonnerie, Monica Huggett’s longest running and smallest group, comes from the UK to present the choicest pick of Europe’s chamber music from the Baroque period. Biber’s astonishing “Mystery Sonatas” for virtuoso violin contrast with exquisitely refined French music for viola da gamba and sprightly tunes from Jacobean England. Of course, the Harmony of Nations wouldn’t be complete without JS Bach, here represented by a magnificent sonata for violin and harpsichord. Continue reading