2020 North Carolina HIP Music Festival SCHEDULE

2020 North Carolina HIP Music Festival SCHEDULE

Jan 31, 2020 – Feb 28, 2020

Various venues throughout the Triangle, NC



(ticket prices listed are single ticket or donation at the door prices if you do not have a HIPster pass)
HIPster passes give you access to all HIP events for $85 including Duke Performances concert on Feb 15.
Instructions on how to reserve a seat for the Feb 15 concert will be sent after your HIPster pass purchase!

Friday, January 31, 3:00pm The Cedars, Chapel Hill

LECTURE: How the Early Music Movement Got to be HIP (FREE)
plus a period-instrumental Zoo!
Richard and Judith Fox – presenters

Saturday, February 1, 3:00pm Hayti Heritage Center, Durham
CONCERT: Everywhere a Theorbo (Tickets $25/$10)
Mallarmé Chamber Players: Music of William Lawes, Thomas Baltzar, Bellerofonte Castaldi and Matthew Locke
William Simms and Richard Stone – theorbo; David Wilson – violin; Gail Ann Schroeder and Brent Wissick – viola da gamba

Saturday, February 1, 8:00pm, Baldwin Auditorium, Durham
CONCERT: A Retrospective Recital (FREE)

Works by Beethoven and Vorisek played on an 1815 Streicher copy by Thomas and Barbara Wolf
Randall Love – fortepiano and piano

Sunday, February 2, 5:15pm Duke Chapel
CONCERT: Duke Bach Cantata Series
Philip Cave – conductor J.S. Bach -Cantata BWV 9 Es ist das Heil uns kommen her; BWV 55 Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht; BWV 151 Süßer Trost, mein Jesus kömmt
Molly Quinn – soprano, Tamsin Simmill – alto, Daniel Shirley – tenor

Tuesday, February 4, 7:30pm Person Recital Hall, UNC Chapel Hill
LECTURE/CONCERT: Madama Europa di Rossi: A Jewish soprano in 16th century Mantua (FREE)
Jeanne Fischer – soprano; Elaine Funaro – harpsichord; Brent Wissick – viola da gamba

Thursday, February 6, 7:30pm St Paul’s Lutheran, Durham
Soprano, Sackbut and Sacred Italia ($15 suggested donation)
Delve into the mysteries of Sacred Italia. Rarely performed music from turn-of-the-17th century Italy for soprano, sackbut and organ.
Edith Moore – soprano; Michael Kris – sackbut; Jaqueline Nappi – harpsichord

Friday, February 7, 7:30pm St Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Durham
CONCERT: Genuine George ($15 suggested donation)

Baroque and Beyond Music of Georg Phillip Telemann, Georg Muffat, George Frederic Handel
Tamsin Simmill – mezzo-soprano; Matvey Lapin – baroque violin; Chris Nunnally – baroque cello; Beverly Biggs – harpsichord

Saturday, February 8, 3:00pm Hayes Barton UMC, Raleigh
CONCERT: Bach to Mozart (Tickets: $20/$15/$5)
Raleigh Camerata Orchestra music of C.P.E. Bach, F.J. Haydn and W.A. Mozart

Sunday, February 9, 3:00pm Nelson Music Room, Durham
CONCERT: From Venice to Vienna ($15 suggested donation)
The Vivaldi Project String Trios by Vivaldi, Maddalena Sirmen, Francesco Zannetti, Paul Wranitsky, Ludwig van Beethoven and F.A. Hoffmeister
Elizabeth Field – violin; Allison Nyquist – violin/viola; Stephanie Vial – cello

Thursday, February 13, 7:30pm, St Paul’s Lutheran, Durham
CONCERT: Cor mio Madrigal settings on ardent poetry of G.B. Guarini. Rossi, d’India, Ward ($20 suggested donation)
Viola da Gamba Society of America – Central Carolina Consort of viols
Salomé Sandoval – soprano; Alison Crum; Roy Marks; Gail Ann Schroeder and Brent Wissick – viols

Friday, February 14, 7:30pm First Presbyterian Church Durham
Bach (Tickets $25/$10)
NC HIP Festival OrchestraMallarmé Chamber Players and NC Baroque Orchestra
Music of J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerti Nos. 4-6, Orchestral Suite no. 2  Jaap ter Linden – cello and viola da gamba
(Sponsored by the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation)

Saturday, February 15, 5:00pm HIPster Reception, Durham – Private Home (sponsored by Alley Twenty-Six)

Saturday, February 15, 8:00pm Baldwin Auditorium, Durham
CONCERT: Beloved Baroque (Tickets $25/10)
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin (Duke Performances)
Music of J.P. Lully, G. F. Handel, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Pachelbel, C.P.E. Bach and J.S. Bach

Tuesday, February 18, 7:30pm St Paul’s Lutheran, Durham
CONCERT: German Baroque Sacred and Secular Cantatas ($20 suggested donation)
Nathan Medley – countertenor, Jennifer Streeter – organ

Thursday, February 20, 7:00pm St Paul’s Lutheran, Durham
LECTURE/CONCERT: Capturing Caravaggio ($15 suggested donation)

Capturing the essence of Caravaggio’s painting through music of the late 16th century and early 17th century Italy. Pre-concert lecture given by Richmond artist Miguel Carter-Fischer on Caravaggio’s works and perception through music.
Miguel Carter-Fischer – lecturer; Nicholas Di Eugenio & Elizabeth Phelps – violin; Oliver Weston – cello; Jacqueline Nappi – harpsichord.

Sunday, February 23 1:00pm Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Durham
FAMILY CONCERT: Harpsichord Diaries (FREE)
Mallarmé Chamber Players Elaine Funaro – harpsichords and Eric Love – actor  https://www.harpsichorddiaries.com/

Sunday, February 23 4:00pm Person Hall, UNC, Chapel Hill
CONCERT: Heroes or Villains? (donation)
El Fuego, Music from the Golden Spanish and English Eras
Malina Rauschenfels – voice and strings; Daniel Meyers – winds and percussion; Salomé Sandoval – voice and vihuela

Friday, February 28, 7:00pm St Paul’s Lutheran, Durham
CONCERT: Waytes of England: Masses, Motets, and
Music of the Watch ($10 suggested donation)
Forgotten Clefs presents sacred polyphony of the English Renaissance with music by William Byrd, John Dunstable, Robert Parsons, Thomas Tallis and more

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