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Last music of 2023!
Living room

Last music of 2023!

Inner Richmond, SF

Sun, December 31, 2023 7:30 PM, PST

Pay the musicians
0 of 13 spots available
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Age limit
All guests must be 21
Cats live here
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Melissa A. Co-host

We are excited to host a small event ahead of people's NYE celebrations, assuming we can find a musician that is kind enough to support! Come and join in for some music and wine, leaving you guys time to run off to catch your late night 2024 transition!

What's the music?

Amy Brodo Cello, Baroque Cello, Viola Da Gamba
Roy Whelden Viola Da Gamba

Music by Dowland, Gabrielli, Telemann, Schenck, Abel, Rameau, Hume, Roy Whelden arrangements.

Canons by Dowland, Gabrielli, Telemann, Character pieces by Hume,
Beautiful and expressive pieces by Johannes Schenck and Carl Friedrich Abel, and eighteenth century transcriptions of selections from Anacreon, the third act of Jean Philippe Rameau's Les Surprise de L'Amour, and one more favorite TBA.

Where does this music come from?

Rarely heard gems for the viola da gamba, the “king” of string instruments throughout Europe until around 1750.

The music of the eighteenth and seventeenth centuries, and a little into the sixteenth century was so rich with variety and color that we have chosen various styles and nationalities of composers from England, to Italy, Germany, France and the Netherlands, from canonic and contrapuntal music to fanciful programatic operatic and dance music. And the viola da gamba was the supreme instrument for expression and virtuosity during those centuries.


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