Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven & Beyond: Classical Concert Series From The Berry Collective
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The last date listed for The Berry Collective was Sunday July 27, 2014 / 3:00pm (The Musical Life of London).
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Featured review from Sheila Vernick
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Above all, I was very pleased to be able to attend a well-sheltered outdoor concert right in my area;I wish there were more of these! It was a pleasant setting with plenty of seating and close enough for everyone to see and hear. Being a bit of a fanatic about flawlessness, I was disturbed to hear an error or two in the performance - of professionals who I assume seek to deliver a perfect performance. My message: if the repertoire is too challenging, select a different one which will allow you to give a flawless performance, rather than some obscure pieces which will not.
July 6, 2014: Going Gallant: Music From Paris, Mannheim, Vienna and London
This program will feature chamber music and solo music for harpsichord written during the 1760’s and 1770’s by Mozart, C.P.E. Bach, Schobert, Haydn, J.C. Bach, and Boccherini. The harpsichord used for this concert will be a replica of a French double-manual harpsichord built by Henri Hemsch.
July 20, 2014: Viva Vienna! Music of the Classical Period Written by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven
A concert of chamber music for strings, historical flute, and Viennese fortepiano written during the 1780’s and 1790’s by three titans of the Classical period. A replica of a Viennese fortepiano built by Anton Walter – a favorite among Viennese pianists of the time – will be featured.
July 27, 2014: The Musical Life of London: Music of Clementi, Pleyel and Haydn
The program will include solo music and chamber music, including a chamber version of Haydn’s beloved Symphony No. 104 made by the impresario responsible for bringing Haydn to London, Johann Peter Salomon. This concert will feature a recently restored Broadwood and Son grand built in 1806.