from Flanders Recorder Quartet does impressive things with wood instruments – 2011-May-15 – CultureMap Houston
Joel Luks, culturemap Houston
… The music was sublime. Playing with virtuosic musicality, sensitivity and poise, members Bart Spanhove, Tom Beets, Joris Van Goethem and Paul Van Loey exploited the limits of the recorder, often changing instruments and role to suit the composition, even using humor where appropriate. Continue reading
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HOUSTON EARLY MUSIC
P. O. Box 271193
Houston, TX 77277-1193
Susan Love Fitts, 936-597-8825
Houston Early Music’s season finale celebrates Tudor King Henry VIII
HOUSTON, TX – April 6, 2011 – The Flanders Recorder Quartet
will be featured at the Houston Early Music
season finale concert on Monday, May 2, 2011. The concert will be held 7:30 p.m. at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman Street, Houston, TX 77004.
Posted by Michaela Langwieser
Dear ladies and sirs,
I live in Austria where I have studied ancient music. During summer I am going to be in Houston (August) with my husband, who is from Houston. Last time we were there, it was very difficult for me to find information about concerts or workshops in that area.
I would really appreciate it if you could send me some information about people that build recorders in and around Houston and whether there are concerts during that time. Or if you know about a good instrument-store. I would like to buy a tenor-recorder.
very many thanks in advance
(direct replies to info@HoustonEarlyMusic.org
FLANDERS RECORDER QUARTET, with SUSAN HAMILTON, soprano
The Darke is My Delight — English Music from the Reign of Elizabeth I
Monday, November 6, 2006 at 8pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
1015 Holman (at Main)
Preconcert talk at 7pm?Kate Pogue, Houston actor, playwright, producer, director and author of Shakespeare’s Friends.
Houston Early Music will present Flanders Recorder Quartet with soprano Susan Hamilton in a concert of seventeenth-century English music from the reign of Elizabeth I. Playing recorders from their collection of 150 instruments, the Belgian ensemble will perform compositions by Byrd, Morley, Dowland and Ferrabasco with texts by Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. The performance will be at 8:00 p.m., Monday, November 6 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman (at Main).