6/4/2017, 3:00 p.m.
Music Meets History at
Olde Stone House Village
Siwoo Kim, violin,
Brendan Speltz, violin,
William Frampton, viola,
Sarah Rommel, cello
A program of 19th century chamber music including a Telemann Sonata, Beethoven String Quartet op. 130, movements from Tchaikovsky and Dvorak String Quartets, Brahms Hungarian Dances
In partnership with Washington Township Historic Preservation Commission,
presented at the 1869 Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church,
208 Egg Harbor Rd., Sewell, NJ
Tickets $10 Adult, $8 Student
Village opens at 2:15 p.m. for visitors
Although the building is historical, it has electricity and even air conditioning. It is a charming old house of worship and it has fine acoustics. The wooden pews are comfortable enough for a concert. There is no indoor plumbing, but Porta-Pots will be available on-site. Concert will be played without intermission so that patrons will have more time to visit the other historic buildings and talk to the guides if they want to. Reception with "authentic fare" will be held after concert in the train station next door.
The concert has 41 minutes worth of music, so will last under an hour. We do not have reserved seats. The church doors open around 2:30 and you choose your own seats. Here is a photo of the interior, which holds about 80-90 people with three per pew. Our patrons will often drop a sweater or jacket on their chosen seat to hold it if they want to socialize or explore before the concert. There is a gravel parking lot.
Season Nine 2016-2017
9/25/2016, 3:00 p.m.
Golden Age of Jazz and the Mozart Clarinet Quintet
Introducing Mark Dover, clarinet
Francesca dePasquale and Brendan Speltz, violin, William Frampton, viola, Andrew Janss, cello
Works by Mozart, Duke Ellington, W C Handy and others
4/9/2017, 3:00 p.m.
Piano Quartets, alumni of Perlman Music Program
Francesca dePasquale, violin,
William Frampton, viola,
Christine Lamprea, cello,
David Kaplan, piano
Mozart Piano Quartet No. 2 in E flat Major, K 493
Schubert String Trio in B flat Major, D. 471
Brahms Piano Quartet in G minor
11/6/2016, 3:00 p.m.
Daniel Phillips, Danbi Um, violin
Toby Appel, William Frampton, viola
Marcy Rosen, cello
Mozart E flat quintet and Mendelssohn B flat quintet
3/12/2017, 3:00 p.m.
Kwan Yi. piano
Mozart Fantasy in c minor, K. 475
Chopin Fantasy in f minor, Op. 49
Étude 1 pour les cinq doigts d'après Monsieur Czerny
Étude 11 pour les arpèges composes
Étude 5 pour les octaves
Brahms 7 Fantasien, Op 116
5/7/2017, 3:00 p.m.
Doug Balliett, composer, bass, vocals
Charlotte Mundy, soprano, and the Ovid Players: Emi Ferguson, flute, Arthur Sato, oboe, William Frampton, viola, Paul Dwyer, cello, Jordan Dodson, guitar, Ashley Jackson, harp
Dowland: Time Stands Still
Dowland: Weep You No More Sad Fountains
Beatles: Back in the USSR
Beatles: I’m So Tired
D. Balliett: I Think I Should Have Loved You
D. Balliett: It Was a Lover
After intermission, prepare for something new to you-
"The Daughters of King Minyas": a triptych of 3 interlocking rap cantatas drawn from book IV of Ovid's Metamorphoses, exploring the tragic stories of Pyramus and Thisbe, Clytie, and Hermaphroditus, all told through the eyes of the Daughters of King Minyas.
Pyramus and Thisbe: the heartbreaking precursor to Romeo and Juliet
Clytie: a story of unbridled jealousy
Hermaphroditus: an almost charming tale of unrequited love with bizarre consequences