This groupmuse happened on Friday, March 9, at 8:00 PM.

Fri, March 9, 2018, 8:00 PM
(Sales closed Mar 8, 3:25 PM)

Central Park

A Groupmuse Night Out

Explore the wider classical music world outside of Groupmuse with exclusive discounts to local concerts.

$20

Discounted tickets
(normally $40)

$15

Extra discount
for Supermusers
Drinks
No alcohol
at this groupmuse
Identification
All guests
must be 21
Accessible

Host

Logo mini   Groupmuse

This past Christmas, ARTEK - arguably the city's premier early music ensemble - invited our community for a sacred, sold-out Night Out. Well they're back for more, and so are we!

On March 9th at 8pm, we'll gather in the Holy Trinity Church on Central Park West - over a century old and a splendid gem of this Greatest City - to once again make space for the sacred with another ARTEK Night Out.

This time, the focus will be on the Baroque musical culture of Northern Germany - with the work of Nicolaus Bruhns, Dieterich Buxtehude - a great genius whom J.S. Bach famously walked 250 miles to study with, and old J.S. himself, because however much there may be, the world always needs more Bach.

It'll be an evening of vocal works, chamber works, and organ works - blown through the Holy Trinity Church's spectacular set of pipes. And if you show up at 7pm, you'll hear a pre-concert lecture by musicologist Sara Ruhle Kyle, who specializes in music of the North German Baroque.

Typically, the tickets are between $35 and $50, but we're in the warm glow of the Groupmuse-iverse here, so you'll get yours for a mere Jackson - $20! (and $15 for supermusers...) But they likely won't last, so step right up!


Music

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ARTEK

Artists:
Cynthia Freivogel, solo violin
Andrew Fuchs, tenor; Peter Becker, bass-baritone
Vita Wallace, violin; Motomi Igarashi, violone
Daniel Swenberg, theorbo; Gwendolyn Toth, organ & director

Program
Nicolaus Bruhns (1665-1697): Praeludium in E minor; Cantata for bass, Mein Herz ist bereit; Cantata for tenor, Jauchzet dem Herren

Dietrich Buxtehude (1637/39-1707): Sonata in C major; duet, "O wie selig"

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Praeludium and Fugue in B minor; Sonata #1 for solo violin in G minor


Attendees

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Connie Hum

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Fabio Freire

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James Craig Burley

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Sean Cameron

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Marilyn Anderson

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Cyndi and Bob Bear

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Gareth Price

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Gayla Merrick

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Jerome Dewald

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Sharon her

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Deborah hymanson

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Natasha Lezhen

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Lara Saldanha

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Luke Yang

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Dustin Mulcahey

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Livia Yanowicz

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Derek Jeong

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Evan Kultangwatana

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Ian L

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Lev Deych

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Adele Grompone

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Brandon Jang

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Youna Choi

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Jerry gerber

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Grant Ellis

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Pam Cash

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Candace Camarata

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David Starr

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Navin Gupta

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Assya Amarsy

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Gina Binetti

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Vered shalev

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Sydney Barrows

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Richie Abraham

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Kellie Specter

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Marcia Lowenstein

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Maggie Horikawa

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William J Sawyer

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Maria Llort

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Dorothy Carpenter

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Bill Rosenblum

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Gitry Heydebrand

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Isabelle Yaron

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Daniel Conant

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IPEK KOCOGLU

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Aurore Jaugin

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Leena Iyengar



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