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2017 CONCERT SEASON


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THE HAYDN ALBUM DEBUT RECORDING WITH ABC CLASSICS

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Recorded by acclaimed Tonmeister Virginia Read, The Haydn Album represents the very latest research into performance practice at the time of the music’s composition. The disc champions three of the finest works by the eighteenth-century composer Joseph Haydn including Cello Concerto in C major, Harpsichord Concerto in D major and Symphony ‘Le matin’ (‘Morning’).

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Welcome In 2017, we celebrate our fifth subscription season with an exploration of vibrant early classical music from Madrid, Paris, Salzburg, Vienna, Prague and Berlin featuring their beloved composers Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, C.P.E. Bach and Boccherini. We also present some interesting lesser-known composers such as Cambini, Janitsch and Chevalier de Saint-Georges. As always, we aim to present music that both inspires us and engages our audiences, whether it be well-loved favourites heard in a new way, or unearthed treasures by composers we can’t wait for you to discover! This year we have a host of programs that follow this philosophy and we are thrilled to present them to you. We are especially delighted that we will return to City Recital Hall for two programs and also feature international fortepianist Melvyn Tan, along with some of our fabulous regular collaborators. I hope you will join us and we look forward to seeing you at the concerts!

Skye McIntosh ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & VIOLIN


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The Ensemble The Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE) was formed in late 2011 and launched its first subscription season in 2012. AHE has rapidly claimed a place among Australia’s finest orchestras and chamber music groups. The ensemble specialises in the music of the classical era, performing on historical instruments under the leadership of Artistic Director, Skye McIntosh. Formed from a group of dedicated musicians with national and international experience, AHE has built a reputation for its vivacious

performances, which are faithful to the soundworlds that would have been familiar to Haydn and his contemporaries. AHE have recently released their chart topping debut ABC Classics album, performed at the Melbourne festival, throughout Australia and toured to America. They present five tours annually and include regional performances and education projects at the core of their activities.


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2017 Players Skye McIntosh

Catherine Shugg

Anthea Cottee

Simon Rickard

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & VIOLIN

VIOLIN

CELLO

BASSOON

Rafael Font

Deirdre Dowling

Natasha Kraemer

Darryl Poulsen

VIOLIN

VIOLA

CELLO

HORN

Stephen Freeman

James Eccles

Dr Daniel Yeadon

Doree Dixon

VIOLIN

VIOLA

CELLO

HORN

Matthew Greco

Gabrielle Kancachian

Jacqueline Dossor

Dr Erin Helyard

VIOLIN

VIOLA

DOUBLE BASS

KEYBOARD

Caroline Hopson

Marianne Yeomans

Melissa Farrow

VIOLIN

VIOLA

FLUTE

Dr Neal Peres Da Costa

Anna McMichael

Martin Wiggins

Emma Black

VIOLIN

VIOLA

OBOE

Alice Rickards

Anthony Albrecht

Amy Power

VIOLIN

CELLO

OBOE

Simone Slattery

Anton Baba

Ingo Müller

VIOLIN

CELLO

OBOE

KEYBOARD


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Melissa Farrow, Flute


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2017 Season A musician cannot move others unless he too is moved. He must of necessity feel all of the affects that he hopes to arouse in his audience, for the revealing of his own humour will stimulate a like humour in the listener. - C.P.E. Bach

In our fifth year, AHE evokes C.P.E. Bach’s ideal musical experience - one in which both audience and performers are moved alike.

Quartets nicknamed after this theme will be presented along with Mozart’s virtuosic Oboe Quartet.

We launch with a fantastic string quintet program featuring Boccherini’s Night Music of the Streets of Madrid, his Op. 25 No. 6 Quintet, and a wonderful but rarely heard quintet by the Italian composer, Cambini.

Beethoven’s 5th Piano Concerto, ‘The Emperor’ will complete our Beethoven cycle with Dr Neal Peres Da Costa, along with an Australian premiere of Cimador’s chamber version of Mozart’s ‘Prague’ Symphony.

Mid-year, we feature international star Melvyn Tan as fortepiano soloist in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 18, as well as Haydn’s gorgeous and dramatic Paris Symphony ‘La Reine’.

To finish the year we are joined by our dear friend and colleague Dr Erin Helyard who returns to perform C.P.E. Bach’s B Minor Harpsichord Concerto and direct Haydn’s dramatic Sturm und Drang Symphony No. 52, as well as Mozart’s radiant Symphony No. 29.

We present a string quartet and oboe program exploring the 18th century theme of ‘the hunt’. Mozart and Haydn’s wonderful String

PROGRAM

DATES

LOCATION

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Boccherini Night Streets

16-19 March

Sydney, Canberra & Berry

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Melvyn Tan & Haydn’s Paris

29 June-1 July

Sydney & Canberra

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Mozart’s Oboe & The Hunt

10-13 August

Sydney, Canberra & Berry

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Beethoven’s Emperor

12-16 October

Sydney & Canberra

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C.P.E. Bach, Mozart & Haydn

13-15 December

Sydney & Canberra

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... raw energy … revelatory beauty … ravishing sound.. SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Daniel Yeadon, Cello

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Boccherini Night Streets AHE launches their year with a vibrant program of hot-blooded Spanish-influenced string quintets for two violins, viola and two cellos. Boccherini’s Night Music of the Streets of Madrid, is his charismatic reflection on the vibrant city. Church bells, the soldier’s drum, popular street dances and the curfew call from the night watch, are all vividly depicted in this stunning work. Exceptionally prolific in his output for this quintet combination - we also perform his virtuosic, tenderly languishing Op. 25 No. 6 in A minor.

A mysterious musical figure of the 18th and early 19th centuries, of whom little is known. We perform his brilliant but rarely heard quintet No. 23 in G major.

MOZART

The program also features a dark and beautiful arrangement for string quintet of Mozart’s Adagio and Allegro K. 594, originally written for mechanical clockwork organ.

String Quintet No. 23 in G major

Adagio and Allegro K. 594 for Mechanical Organ ARR. FOR STRING QUINTET

CAMBINI

BOCCHERINI

String Quintet Op. 25 No. 6 in A minor BOCCHERINI

String Quintet Op. 30 ‘Night Music of the Streets of Madrid’

Another lesser known but wonderful exponent of the quintet was the Italian composer Guiseppe Cambini.

Canberra Thursday 16 March, 7:00pm University House, Australian National University Berry

Friday 17 March, 7:00pm

Berry Uniting Church Hall

Sydney

Sunday 19 March, 5:00pm

The Cell Block Theatre, Darlinghurst

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Melvyn Tan… the most thoughtful, elegant, and refined of pianists. Melvyn Tan, Piano

THE GUARDIAN


Melvyn Tan & Haydn’s Paris AHE are incredibly excited to present international pianist, Melvyn Tan in a program inspired by the beauty and romance of classical Paris. Melvyn Tan, a pioneer of performance on historical instruments and renowned for his ‘delicacy and peerless, silvery virtuosity’, performs the concerto Mozart wrote for the Parisian pianist, Maria Theresa von Paradis, No. 18 in B flat major. Exploration, insight and imagination are vital ingredients in Melvyn Tan’s blend of artistic attributes. The Ensemble will also present the Australian premiere of a symphony by the legendary African Parisian violinist, director, swordsman, soldier

and composer Chevalier de Saint-Georges - known as ‘The Black Mozart’. Director of the Paris Opera, he was also responsible for the commission of Haydn’s highly acclaimed Paris Symphonies. AHE will perform in its full orchestral configuration, presenting one of these great symphonies - No. 85 ‘The Queen’ dedicated to Marie Antoinette.

CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES

Symphony Op. 11, No. 2 in D major MOZART

Concerto for Keyboard No. 18 K. 456 in B-flat major HAYDN

Symphony No. 85 in B-flat major ‘La Reine' (The Queen)

Melvyn Tan GUEST KEYBOARD SOLOIST

Skye McIntosh DIRECTOR

Canberra Thursday 29 June, 7:00pm

The Albert Hall

Sydney

City Recital Hall

Saturday 1 July, 7:00pm

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How good to have the shutters opened on a window into the 18th century orchestral world of Joseph Haydn in this exceptional concert by the Australian Haydn Ensemble. CANBERRA TIMES

Jacqueline Dossor, Double Bass


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All the jolly chase is here With hawk and horse and hunting-spear, Hounds are in their couples yelling, Hawks are whistling, horns are knelling...

... the thrill of discovery combined with a painstaking attention to historically informed articulation ... ravishing sound SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Ingo MĂźller, Oboe

HUNTING SONG BY SIR WALTER SCOTT (1771 - 1832)


Mozart’s Oboe & The Hunt ‘La Chasse’ or ‘The Hunt’ was a popular theme of the 18th century. This intimate chamber music program intertwines quartets based on this fascination with music for the oboe - an instrument then often associated with hunt. Haydn’s string quartet ‘La Chasse’ Op. 1 No. 1 was written as early as 1751. Its stunning adagio is a vision of where Haydn would go with this genre.

with the virtuoso oboe player Friedrich Ramm and composed for him his oboe quartet taking the virtuosity of the instrument to new heights.

This program also features Mozart’s Quartet K. 370, also a beautiful and rarely heard nicknamed ‘The Hunt’, written oboe quartet by the German some thirty years later, is the composer Janitsch, who spent fourth quartet in a set of six he much of his life in Berlin. dedicated to the great master, His prolific output, of both Papa Haydn. chamber and larger symphonic works, is largely forgotten In 1780 Mozart visited Munich today. at the invitation of the Elector Karl Theodor, commissioner of his opera Idomeneo. Whilst there, Mozart reconnected

HAYDN

String Quartet ‘La Chasse’ Op. 1 No. 1 in B-flat major MOZART

Oboe Quartet K. 370 in F major JANITSCH

Oboe Quartet in G minor MOZART

String Quartet ‘The Hunt’ K. 458 in B-flat major Amy Power OBOE

Skye McIntosh LEAD VIOLIN

Canberra Thursday 10 August, 7:00pm

University House, Australian National University

Berry

Friday 11 August, 7:00pm

Berry Uniting Church Hall

Sydney

Sunday 13 August, 2:30pm

The Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House

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The Australian Haydn Ensemble is setting itself apart by taking such an innovative approach to its programming and performances. CANBERRA CITY NEWS

“... Exciting poetic quote here from 18th c about the hunt...�

Neal Peres Da Costa, Fortepiano

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Beethoven’s Emperor Acclaimed historical keyboardist, Dr. Neal Peres Da Costa, joins AHE to complete their cycle of Beethoven’s piano concertos in chamber format, with Beethoven’s masterpiece Piano Concerto No. 5 ‘The Emperor’. Peres da Costa is a worldrenowned historical performance specialist and one of Australia’s finest cultural assets. He will perform on a replica Conrad Graf fortepiano, the maker of Beethoven’s own instrument, generously made available by the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

version by Vi King Lim will bring this piece to life in a new and exciting way.

MOZART

Over the past five years AHE audiences have again and again expressed their delight at hearing larger scale works in fresh chamber arrangements.

ARR. MASI (1800)

The program also presents two other Australian premieres of historical chamber versions, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto including Mozart’s Overture No. 5 'The Emperor' was first to the Magic Flute and the proclaimed ‘an emperor of a spectacular ‘Prague’ Symphony concerto’ by one of Napoleon’s arranged by Cimador and officers at its premiere in Masi around 1800. Vienna. This new chamber

Overture to the Magic Flute K. 620 MOZART

Symphony No. 38 K. 504 ‘Prague’ in D Major ARR. CIMADOR (1800)

BEETHOVEN

Piano Concerto Op. 73 No. 5 'The Emperor’ in E-flat major ARR. LIM (2016)

Dr Neal Peres Da Costa FORTEPIANO

Skye McIntosh LEAD VIOLIN

Canberra Thursday 12 October, 7:00pm University House, Australian National University Sydney

Saturday 14 October, 2:30pm The Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House

Sydney

Monday 16 October, 7:00pm

The Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House

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Helyard and the Ensemble (AHE) established an engaged dialogic framework, creating telling conversational moments of utterance and response.

Dr Erin Helyard, Keyboard & Guest Director

SYDNEY MORNING HERALD


C.P.E. Bach, Mozart & Haydn Over the past five years, AHE have formed a wonderful collaborative relationship with regular guest Dr Erin Helyard. For our finale in 2017, Helyard returns to direct a dazzling symphonic program and perform as soloist in C.P.E. Bach’s Keyboard Concerto in B minor. Described by Mozart as ‘the father of us all’, C.P.E. Bach was one of the greatest innovators of the 18th century. This program features a good dose of dramatic Sturm und Drang, with Haydn’s Symphony No. 52 in C minor - written whilst Haydn was at the Esterházy Palace in 1771. This underestimated Symphony was described by the famous American musicologist and Haydn specialist Robbins Landon, as “the grandfather of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.”

The program will also uplift audiences with Mozart’s Symphony No. 29, a work full of life and humour - written when he was only 18 years old, but not to be underestimated in its importance. It is one of his finest symphonies and displays vital development in his maturing symphonic style.

MOZART

Symphony No. 29 K. 201 in A Major C.P.E. BACH

Keyboard Concerto in B minor Wq. 30 C.P.E. BACH

Sinfonia Wq. 179 in E-flat major HAYDN

Symphony No. 52 in C minor Dr Erin Helyard GUEST DIRECTOR

Skye McIntosh LEAD VIOLIN

Canberra

Wednesday 13 December, 7:00pm

The Albert Hall

Sydney

Friday 15 December, 7:00pm

City Recital Hall

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... balance, clear-sightedness and optimism was the Australian Haydn Ensemble on Saturday led by Skye McIntosh under conductor and fortepianist Erin Helyard. SYDNEY MORNING HERALD


Skye McIntosh & Dr Erin Helyard


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