ZOOM HOUSE CONCERTS! • December 11 & 12

A Bass Viol Journey

A program of bass viol duos that will take you on a journey through pastoral and courtly scenes. Works will include selections from Schenck’s Nymphs of the Rhine, Gottfried Finger’s Pastoralle from Puer Natus in Bethlehem, Marais’s Le Bijou, and more.

with EVA LYMENSTULL & MALACHAI KOMANOFF BANDY, bass viol

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 7pm CST  |   Live via Zoom
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2pm CST  |  Live via Zoom

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French Dreams & Games

We’re all familiar with music for dancing, and music for singing, but what about music for playtime, or music for sleep? In December we enjoy the music of France during the reigns of Louis XIV and XV; when dance was king, or at least the king was a dancer, and music and dance extended to all the activities of life from epic to mundane.  Featuring music by Marin Marais, Antoine Dornel, and Jean-Marie Leclair.

with MIRIAM SCHOLZ-CARLSON & MARC LEVINE, violin
JULIE ELHARD, viola da gamba
PAUL BOEHNKE, harpsichord

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2020 11AM |  Live Streamed

2020-2021 SEASON TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!

This season Lyra brings you baroque music through 21st century technology
with 6 Chamber Music Concerts and 9 Zoom Concerts, all available virtually.

AVAILABLE TO STREAM

Italian Trios: A Trip from Venice to Amsterdam

Italy holds a pre-eminent role in the story of baroque music as we know it. New techniques and genres, as well as composers themselves spread from Italy across Europe in waves with each successive generation throughout the baroque era. Our first concert this season follows these Iberian trends and trend setters and the interchange between two cultural capitols: Venice and Amsterdam. Including music by Vivaldi, Vitali, and Rossi.

with GINNA WATSON & THERESA ELLIOTT, violin
TULIO RONDÓN & CHARLES ASCH, cello
DONALD LIVINGSTON, harpsichord

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 11AM  (Available to watch now until June 2021)

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