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San Anselmo (The Octagon Building) A Study in Strings…What can violins, cellos and guitars do?

March 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


2 violins, 1 cello, 1 guitar playing Saint-Saens, Vivaldi, Eckl, in the Magical Octagon Building in San Anselmo (Good acoustic Geometry)

Requested suggested contribution: $20 (from each audience member)

Arrive anytime between 6 pm and prior to 6:30 pm. The music begins at 7 pm.

Complimentary Food and drinks served.

Full program

Baroque Fantasia, Eckl, What if Bach had a rhythm section?
Orange Blossom, Traditional, A string quartet from the Appalachian Mountains.
Suite in D, Vivaldi, Lesser known Vivaldi.
Bransele, Praetorius, A dance, from France.
Manouche Minor, Reinhardt, France, 1937. The new hot sound.
Baroque Suite, Eckl, A new work with an old sound.
Adagio, Eckl, A modern, yet pretty work.
Kalinka, Traditional, A lively Eastern-European piece.
Songs Without Words (selections), Mendelssohn, Achingly beautiful.
Tango for 4 hands, Roudman, Four hands, one cello.
Der Heyser Bulgar, A piece with a story and the sounds of Klezmer.
Danse Macabre, Camille Saint-Saëns, The dance of death, by a master composer.
Palladio, Jenkins, The fire of a string ensemble.
Beverages (both alcohol and non-alcohol) and Hors d’oeuvres will be served at no charge.