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Posted by: Rachel Barton Pine
Posted on: Jun 14th, 2007, 3:29pm
Rachel Barton Pine and Trio Settecento make their debut at the Boston Early Music Festival
On Friday, June 15, Rachel will perform with John Mark Rozendaal (viola da gamba) and David Schrader (harpsichord) as Trio Settecento. Their performance of the works of François Couperin's Royal Concert in A, Marin Marais's Tombeau de Lully, Jean-Phillipe Rameau's Concert IV and Jean-Marie Leclair's Sonata No. 12 in G marks their debut at the Boston Early Music Festival.
John Mark Rozendaal, who plays the baroque cello as well as the viola da gamba, specializes in teaching and performing stringed instrument music from the Baroque and Renaissance eras. David Schrader performs on numerous keyboard instruments including the harpsichord, organ, piano and fortepiano, and has performed and taught throughout the U.S. and internationally. For more information about these two artists, please visit www.jmrozendaal.com and www.davidschrader.com.
The Festival, which began June 11 and runs through June 17, features “an international array of preeminent soloists and ensembles.” The theme of the 14th biennial Festival—inspired by the 2007 operatic centerpiece, the North American premiere of Jean-Baptiste Lully’s spectacular 1678 opera Psyché—is “Feast of the Gods.”
Trio Settecento’s performance will take place at 11 a.m. in the Lindsey Chapel at Emmanuel Church, Boston. Tickets are available at: www.bemf.org or by calling: 617-868-BEMF (2363).