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Boccherini Night Streets

When:

Thu 16 Mar 2017, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: University House, 1 Balmain Crescent, Acton, ACT

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $60.00
  • Concession: $50.00
  • Under 30: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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“…raw energy…revelatory beauty…ravishing sound...” - The Sydney Morning Herald

Australian Haydn Ensemble
Skye McIntosh - Artistic Director

AHE launches their year with a vibrant program of hot-blooded Spanish-influenced string quintets by Boccherini, Cambini and Mozart.

Boccherini’s Night Music of the Streets of Madrid is his charismatic reflection on the vibrant city. Church bells, the soldier’s drum, popular street dances and the curfew call from the night watch, are all vividly depicted in this stunning work. Exceptionally prolifc in his output for this quintet combination – we also perform his virtuosic, tenderly languishing Op. 25 No. 6 in A minor.

Another lesser known but wonderful exponent of the quintet was the Italian composer Guiseppe Cambini. A mysterious musical figure of the 18th and early 19th centuries, of whom little is known. We perform his brilliant but rarely heard Quintet No. 23 in G major.

The program also features a dark and beautiful arrangement for string quintet of Mozart’s Adagio and Allegro K. 594, originally written for mechanical clockwork organ.

Presented by Australian Haydn Ensemble.