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WITHOUT A CARE: Music from Sans Souci

Wednesday, March 7th 2012 at 8 PM
The New Church

Listen to Charles Brink play CPE Bach’s
Concerto for flute and strings in D minor

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Frederick the Great may have been the most annoying patron of music in the 18th century! But he was obsessed with knowledge and music with a unique tyrannical taste. Under Frederick, Berlin became a center of opera and chamber music.

Sonatas by Benda, Graun, Duport, Schaffroth, J. S. & C.P.E. Bach



Wednesday, April 25th 2012 at 8 PM
The New Church

Listen to Andrew Appel play JS Bach’s
Capriccio on the Departure of his Beloved Brother

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Our program moves from an overabundance of joy expressed in virtuoso ululations sung brilliantly by Sherezade Panthaki who joins Four Nations for the first time, to the quiet,
introspective lamentations of Haydn in his Seven Last Words.

Arias, sonatas, a motet and a capriccio of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Froberger & Haydn

PARIS: Steve Ross & Rosa Lamoreaux

Wednesday, May 23rd 2012 at 7 PM or Thursday, May 24th 2012 at 7 PM
The Metropolitan Room


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When the French sing, whether it be Piaf in 1950 or Lambert in 1650, they offer their hearts and present us with something honest and intimate.
Master cabaret artist Steve Ross and opera star Rosa Lamoreaux
join Four Nations for a magical and timeless cabaret.

Music by Satie, Lambert, Couperin, Brel, Offenbach and more.

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