January 22, 2013 | Boston, MA
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Emmanuel Music’s 2013-2014 season will commence on September 28, 2013 with Beethoven Triple, featuring the Orchestra of Emmanuel Music under the direction of Ryan Turner. "Even the greatest of composers have left us works that remain undeservedly obscure or rarely heard. With the exception of the well-known Egmont Overture, this concert will reveal some hidden gems of Beethoven," explained Mr. Turner, now entering his fourth year as Emmanuel Music’s Artistic Director. "Often overshadowed by the composer’s other concertos, this rarely heard and underrated Triple Concerto stands as a testament to the composer’s craft and as a window to Beethoven’s future lyricism." All ticket holders are invited to a pre-concert talk with Marc Mandel, Director of Program Publications, Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Egmont Overture, Op. 84
Ah! Perfido...Per pietà, Op. 65
Mit Mädeln sich vertragen, WoO 90
O Welch ein Leben from "Die schöne Schusterin", WoO 91
Ne’ giorni tuoi felici, WoO 93
Tremate, empi, tremate, Op. 116
Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Piano in C Major, Op. 56, "Triple Concerto"
Emmanuel Music’s 2013-2014 season will feature Sondheim’s A Little Night Music and the Boston premiere of Handel’s Susanna. Emmanuel Music will also present thefourth and final year of a multi-year survey of the chamber and vocal works of Beethoven, the 43rd Bach Cantata Series, and the free Thursday Lindsey Chapel Series that explores the works of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Schubert and others. Emmanuel Music’s Bach Institute will be held January 4 – 21, 2014.
Special Concert and Dinner Package
On every concert date, the neighboring 4-star TAJ BOSTON will be serving a three-course dinner for $38 per person for Emmanuel Music concert ticket holders only. The price excludes tax and gratuity. For more information, click here.
For tickets and information check out www.emmanuelmusic.org
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Emmanuel Music is the Ensemble-in-Residence at Emmanuel Church.
Emmanuel Music programs are supported in part by a grant from
the Massachusetts Cultural Council.