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Australian Haydn Ensemble 2018 Season

Lathika Vithanage

Period violin, Henrick Jacobs, 1703 Made in Amsterdam 2

2018 Season Sydney • Newcastle • Canberra Berry • Southern Highlands

March | Haydn & London May | Boccherini’s Guitar August | Schubert Songs October | Beethoven & Haydn December | Haydn’s Farewell

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Skye McIntosh - Leader & Artistic Director

Period violin, Josef Panormo, c.1800 Made in London 4

Welcome In 2018, the Australian Haydn Ensemble unearths exciting interpretations of treasured works and explores lesser-known composers of the early classical period. Our artists, playing on period instruments, look forward to sharing these with you. We start the year with a Haydn feast featuring his string quartet The Rider and Johann Salomon’s chamber version of the famous London Symphony. Following this, we perform an impassioned program of Spanish classical guitar music, including the flamboyant Fandango Quintet by one of our favourite composers, Luigi Boccherini. Renowned Australian baritone David Greco joins us later in the year for an intimate Schubert experience, showcasing new arrangements of his most loved lieder accompanied by string quintet. Beethoven’s first symphony in an historical chamber version follows along with Haydn’s dramatic Trauer Symphony, a virtuosic flute quartet

by his adoring student Ferdinand Ries and a string sextet by Beethoven’s teacher Albrechtsberger. Leading early music specialist Erin Helyard joins us to finish the year with a powerful orchestral program that celebrates the Enlightenment through Haydn’s Farewell Symphony. We hope you’ll enjoy our selection of rare and remarkable works in 2018.

Skye McIntosh Artistic Director and Violin Australian Haydn Ensemble


Melissa Farrow

Period flute, R. Tutz after H. Grense, 2001 (copy of c.1830 Dresden model) Made in Innsbruck 6

Program One

Haydn & London ... signature elegance, intellect and “visceral precision... ” Sydney Arts Guide

CANBERRA Thursday | 8 March | 7pm The Great Hall, University House, ANU BERRY Friday | 9 March | 7pm Berry Uniting Church Hall SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS Saturday | 10 March | 3pm The Rose Room, Burradoo SYDNEY Tuesday | 13 March | 7pm Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House

Experience London as it was in Haydn’s day when you hear our first program in 2018. Haydn

London Trio in G major


String Quartet Op. 74 No. 3 in G minor The Rider


Symphony No. 101 London in D major arr. Salomon

Haydn was a respected celebrity by the time he made his way to London in 1795. To celebrate his influence on the city’s musical life, we launch 2018 with this all-Haydn program. The season opens with Haydn’s beautiful London flute trio, and concludes with his famous London Symphony arranged for chamber ensemble by his dear friend, Johann Salomon.

century music scene. He was also one of the few permitted by the composer to arrange his music. The program also features his enthralling String Quartet Op. 74 No. 3, The Rider. This work was written for his friend Count Apponyi of Vienna, but was premiered in London at the Hanover Square Rooms concerts with Salomon leading the quartet.

Salomon, concertmaster in Haydn’s orchestra throughout the 1770s, was a key figure in the 18th


Program Two

Boccherini’s Guitar magnificent from the “very...first note... ” Canberra City News

NEWCASTLE Thursday | 24 May | 7pm Newcastle Conservatorium of Music SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS Saturday | 26 May | 3pm The Rose Room, Burradoo SYDNEY Sunday | 27 May | 2.30pm Verbruggen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music CANBERRA Thursday | 31 May | 7pm The Albert Hall, Yarralumla BERRY Friday | 1 June | 7pm Berry Uniting Church Hall

Special Guest

Simon Martyn-Ellis Period classical guitar


Be transported to Spain with a host of latin-inspired works including Boccherini’s Fandango, Canales’ String Quartet and Haydn’s Seven Last Words. BOCCHERINI

String Quartet Op. 26 No. 4 in A major

PORRO/MOZART Grand Trio extrait de Mozart for guitar, violin and

cello from Mozart’s Violin Sonata K.304 in G major CANALES

String Quartet No. 3 in C minor


String Quartet Op. 51 The Seven Last Words of Christ our Saviour on the Cross - Introduction, Sonatas No. 2, 5 and 7


Guitar Quintet G.448 Fandango in D minor

The Ensemble welcomes classical period guitarist Simon Martyn-Ellis as our special guest featuring in Boccherini’s Fandango Quintet. Although Italian, Boccherini’s years living in Spain inspired this fiery and exciting chamber work. This program also includes Mozart’s famous Violin Sonata K. 304 in a rarely performed arrangement for violin, guitar and cello by the French guitarist Pierre Jean Porro, well-known in his day but now largely forgotten. The String Quartet No. 3 in C minor by Manuel Canales, composer to

the Spanish King, is a brilliant but little-known gem of the string quartet oeúvre that transports the listener to Spain. Haydn’s String Quartet Op. 51 The Seven Last Words of Christ our Saviour on the Cross, commissioned in 1785 for the underground Cadiz cathedral, represents Haydn’s only connection to Spain. This powerful work was originally scored for full orchestra, and later arranged by him for string quartet.

Anton Baba

Period cello, Peter Elias, 2000 Made in Switzerland 9

Simone Slattery

Period violin, Claude Pierray, 1726 Made in Paris 10

Program Three

Schubert Songs WINTERREISE, TROUT AND ERLKÖNIG FOR BARITONE AND STRING QUINTET ... David Greco... masterful, “poised and exemplary... ” Limelight Magazine

BERRY Friday | 10 August | 7pm Berry Uniting Church Hall SYDNEY Saturday | 11 August | 7pm Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House SYDNEY Sunday | 12 August | 3pm The Independent Theatre, North Sydney CANBERRA Wednesday | 15 August | 7pm The Great Hall, University House, ANU NEWCASTLE Friday | 17 August | 7pm Newcastle Conservatorium of Music

Renowned Australian baritone David Greco joins AHE for a magical program interwoven with Schubert’s lieder and chamber music. SCHUBERT

Selected Lieder including Winterreise - Gute Nacht, Erlkönig D.328 and The Trout D. 804 arr. for string quintet and baritone


String Quintet - Les Quatre Seasons Summer Soiree No. 1, Autumn Soiree No. 4 and 5, Spring Soiree No. 3


String Quartet No. 13 D 804 The Rosamunde in A minor

Schubert’s lieder are powerful and sublime. The Ensemble brings you a stunning selection of his most-loved songs in newly commissioned chamber arrangements for string quintet and baritone, interwoven with a selection of Soiree movements from French composer Felicien David’s Les Quatre Seasons, a series of moving yet almost entirely unknown pieces for string quintet with double bass.

throughout Europe with cutting-edge early music ensembles including Freiburg Barokorchester, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Academy of Ancient Music, and Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra. Audiences will also have a rare opportunity to hear movements from Schubert’s emotive String Quartet The Rosamunde performed on period instruments.

David Greco, one of Australia’s finest baritones, has performed Special Guest

David Greco, baritone


Program Four

Beethoven & Haydn “ ... immediately engaging... ” Sydney Arts Guide

CANBERRA Thursday | 4 October | 7pm The Albert Hall, Yarralumla BERRY Friday | 5 October | 7pm Berry Uniting Church Hall SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS Saturday | 6 October | 5pm Kangaloon Hall SYDNEY Monday | 8 October | 7pm Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House NEWCASTLE Thursday | 11 October | 7pm Newcastle Conservatorium of Music SYDNEY Friday | 12 October | 7pm Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House


AHE performs rare chamber versions of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 and Haydn’s Trauer Symphony. Haydn

Symphony No. 44 in E minor The Trauer arr. Dr. Hague (1810)

Ferdinand Ries

Flute Quartet in D minor

Albrechtsberger String Sextet Op. 13 No. 1 in E flat major Beethoven

Symphony No. 1 in C major arr. Masi (1800)

The Ensemble loves to unearth forgotten composers and rediscover unknown historical chamber versions of the classics. In this Beethoven and Haydn program, we present two rare chamber versions: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 and Haydn’s Symphony No. 44 The Trauer (Mourning). The 18th century arrangement of Beethoven’s masterwork, penned by Masi and featuring string quintet, flute and double bass, was discovered by Ensemble members in the British Library’s rare music collection.

Haydn’s well-known Trauer Symphony was arranged for chamber ensemble by Dr. Hague of Cambridge in the early 19th century. The symphony was so named because Haydn requested that the slow movement be played at his own funeral. The program also includes a string sextet by Albrechtsberger and a virtuosic flute quartet by Ries, the lesser known contemporaries of Haydn and Beethoven. Albrechtsberger was an early teacher of Beethoven, who introduced him to his student, colleague, and copyist Ferdinand Ries.

Jacqueline Dossor

Period double bass, Unknown, c.1740 Made in Northern Italy, Likely Bologna 13

DorĂŠe Dixon

Classical horn, Richard Seraphinoff (Copy of Original Antoine Halari 1810), 2009 Made in Bloomington 14

Program Five

Haydn’s Farewell ... lively vigour... finely spun “sound... earthy power. ” Limelight Magazine

CANBERRA Thursday | 13 December | 7pm The Albert Hall, Yarralumla

Erin Helyard directs an orchestral program of

SYDNEY Sunday | 16 December | 2.30pm Verbruggen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

J.C. Bach

Symphony Op. 6 No. 6 in G minor


Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major


Rondo for Piano and Orchestra K. 386 in A major


Symphony No. 45 The Farewell in F sharp minor

Special Guest

Erin Helyard, director

Haydn, Mozart and J.C. Bach.

We conclude the year with our dear friend and regular collaborator Dr Erin Helyard, director of Pinchgut Opera, performing a wonderful orchestral program inspired by the Enlightenment. J.C. Bach was an important influence on the young Mozart. His Symphony in G minor Op. 6 No. 6 is a signature work of the 18th century. Perhaps his darkest piece, it bursts with the essence of Sturm and Drang. The program features Helyard as soloist in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, an early work

that pays homage to his influence by quoting J.C. Bach’s overture to La Calamita de Cuori and also his Rondo for piano and orchestra K. 386, written around the same time. Our program closes with Haydn’s dramatic Farewell Symphony, a work in which Haydn displays his classic ability to marry great humour with great beauty, perhaps rather fittingly, getting his point across to Prince Esterhazy that it was time to go home for the holidays!


James Eccles

Period viola, Unknown, c.1739 Made in Tyrol Region 16

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Period cello, John Barratt, 1743 Made in London 18

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Classical bassoon, Mathew Dart after JH Grundmann, 1996 (Copy of 1792) Made in London (Copy of original Dresden model) 20

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Classical oboe, Alfredo Bernadini, after Grundmann & Floth, 2010 (Copy of 1795) Made in Amsterdam (Copy of original Dresden model) 23

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A Message from our Chairman Marco Belgiorno-Zegna AM

2018 represents the sixth concert season for the Australian Haydn Ensemble. In this short period it has become an important addition to our classical music firmament, demonstrating a special skill at programming beautiful music around the time of Joseph Haydn. Excellent reviews have followed AHE wherever they have performed. I am greatly indebted to the AHE Board that generously provides a significant portion of support each year as well as our many wonderful and loyal donors. However, much more is needed in addition to this and ticket sales if the AHE is to continue to grow.

From Our Patron, Professor the Honorable Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO

“To be Patron of The Australian Haydn Ensemble is truly an overwhelming honour, given the gratitude I have felt towards the multifaceted and great contribution of Joseph Haydn to music and as a continuing source of inspiration. �

I hope that you will join us in supporting the AHE to achieve its goal of bring this beautiful music to a wider audience.

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Patrons Our patrons enable us to continue presenting wonderful concerts. We are so grateful to everyone who supports us and cannot thank you enough. Patron categories are named after famous 18th century patrons who supported and commissioned many of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven’s works that we know and love today. Where would we be without them?

About Our Patron Categories Esterházy Prince Esterházy was the main patron of Haydn. Waldstein Count Waldstein was an early patron of Beethoven. Van Swieten He was a keen amateur musician and patron of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven.

Galitzin He was an amateur musician and is known particularly for commissioning three Beethoven string quartets Op. 127, 130 and 132. Lobkowitz He was a Bohemian aristocrat and a patron of Beethoven. Razumowsky He commissioned Beethoven’s Op. 59 String Quartets.

Patron Professor the Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO

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Enlighten their Futures AHE EDUCATION PROGRAM The Australian Haydn Ensemble is passionately committed to education. In 2018 we will present a range of string and orchestral workshops catering to younger primary age school students right through to tertiary level and adult students. The program reaches out to students in metropolitan and regional areas and provides them with a unique musical experience connected to 18th century music and philosophies. Students have the chance to work alongside AHE musicians and try out period bows and wind instruments, while discovering aspects of historical classical style and ensemble techniques. For information on workshop dates, how to apply, or how you can donate, visit our website at or email us at



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Skye McIntosh General manager

Professor the Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO

Stephen Bydder Administrator Marguerite Foxon Development Manager Tobias Merz Director of Development Vi King Lim Score Services Joanne Crumpton Bookkeeper


Marco Belgiorno-Zegna AM, Chair John Claudianos Carolyn Fletcher AM Tom Gregory Skye McIntosh Dr Timothy Pascoe AM

Photoshoot Venue: Giant Dwarf Theatre, Surry Hills Photography and Styling: Helen White Photographs on p.28: Marguerite Foxon














Matthew Greco

Period violin, David Christian Hopf, 1760 Made in Quittenbach 31

Australian Haydn Ensemble 2018 Season  
Australian Haydn Ensemble 2018 Season