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General Public: $44

Museum Member: $38

34 and under: $23

Bourgie Hall presents


Concerts in connection with the exhibitions

500 years of German and Austrian graphic art, with special focus on the 1500s and the last century, find their musical likeness in this double concert, which features music composed in Germanic countries at the dawn of the Reformation (Stoltzer, Buchner, and Senfl) and in the first decades of the 20th century (Webern, Feininger, and Hindemith).

Presented in connection with the exhibition GRAFIK! Five Centuries of German and Austrian Graphics

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General Public: $44

Museum Member: $38

34 and under: $23

Tuesday June 1, 2021 at 07:00 pm


Ensemble ALKEMIA: 
Femke Bergsma, voice, flutes, cromorne 
Kerry Bursey, voice, lute, orpharion 
Jean-François Daignault, voice, flutes
Marie-Laurence Primeau, viol, flutes 
William Kraushaar, voice and percussion
Dorothéa Ventura, voice, organ, conductor 

Stéphane Tétreault, cello
Olivier Hébert-Bouchard, piano


First Part (16th century):
Thomas STOLTZER Herr, wie lang wilt du mein so gar vergessen 
Hans BUCHNER Recordare 
Hans NEUSIDLER Washa Mesa 
Ludwig SENFL Lust hab ich g’habt sur Musica - Es hett ein Biedermann ein web - Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein mein - Im Meyer hört man die hanen kreen 

Second Part (20th century): 
Anton WEBERN Two Pieces for Cello and Piano
Lyonel FEININGER, Fugue Op. 3, “Gigue” 
Paul HINDEMITH Cello Sonata, Op. 11, No. 3 


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