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2014

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival

Marya Martin, Artistic Director

31st Season July 30–August 24, 2014


Dear Friends, We may have 30 seasons behind us, but we’ve barely scratched the surface of what is possible. This season we look forward to sharing with you programs that we hope will leave you delighted, intrigued, engaged, and just plain happy that you have joined us for an evening… or eleven. While every concert is an island to itself, we’ve sprinkled this year’s festival with mini-themes, ripples of continuity that resonate between and among programs. Three works commissioned by the festival from three different decades will be heard this summer, including a world premiere by Howard Shore, best known for scoring films such as The Aviator and The Lord of the Rings trilogy. You might also notice a slight fixation on the evening, as we survey several works concerning the nocturnal — from Schubert’s gorgeous Notturno to unforgettable serenades by Kodály, Mozart, and Brahms. You will also hear some of chamber music’s most adored piano quartets: Brahms’s gypsy-inspired piano quartet in G minor, Fauré’s deeply affecting score in C minor, Dvo rˇ ák’s declamatory E-flat major quartet, and Schumann’s one and only effort in the genre, which was so good he couldn’t have topped it and didn’t try. We’re also expanding. In addition to the free concert at the Bridgehampton Historical Society, our annual benefit at the Atlantic Golf Club, the Wm. Brian Little concert in the Channing Sculpture Garden, two Saturday Soirees and our “Classic Six” concerts in the gorgeous Bridgehampton Presbyterian church, this season we will partner with the Parrish Art Museum to present a repeat performance by Brooklyn Rider in something we’re calling “Late Night at the Parrish.”

2014 Artists Flute

Marya Martin

Clarinet

Sarah Beaty Romie de Guise-Langlois

Bassoon

Peter Kolkay

Horn

Stewart Rose

Violin

Jennifer Frautschi Frank Huang Stefan Jackiw Ani Kavafian Erin Keefe Sean Lee Joseph Lin Anthony Marwood David McCarroll Amy Schwartz Moretti Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu

Viola

Ettore Causa Beth Guterman Chu Dimitri Murrath Richard O’Neill Cynthia Phelps

Cello

Edward Arron Carter Brey Clive Greensmith Antonio Lysy Michael Nicolas Peter Stumpf Peter Wiley

Double Bass Karl Doty Donald Palma

Harpsichord Kenneth Weiss

Harp

Bridget Kibbey

Percussion

Ian David Rosenbaum Shane Shanahan

Mezzo-Soprano

Jennifer Johnson Cano

Brooklyn Rider

Colin Jacobsen, violin Johnny Gandelsman, violin Nicholas Cords, viola Eric Jacobsen, cello

Piano

Gilles Vonsattel Orion Weiss Shai Wosner Joyce Yang

Finally, we are thrilled to have so many stellar musicians, longtime friends and new collaborators alike, coming to the East End to share their artistry with you. I look forward to seeing you at the concerts. With warm regards,

Marya Martin Founder and Artistic Director

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Season Overview The “Classic Six”

At the heart of the festival are concerts dedicated to innovative programs featuring the best chamber music has to offer performed in our home, the acoustically-superb Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.

Free Outdoor Concert

In what has quickly become a summer favorite, the entire community is invited to kick off the Festival on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Bring family and friends and don't forget to reserve your free tickets through our website or on the phone.

Benefit Concert

A cultural and social highlight on the East End, we invite you to join BCMF's board of directors in a superb evening of music and friendship at the Atlantic Golf Club.

Wm. Brian Little Concert

The fantastical sculptures of Walter Channing provide the backdrop to this season's Baroque Fantasy program featuring a dazzling display of artistic fireworks. The evening wouldn't be complete without a tasting of wines from Channing Daughters Winery.

Saturday Soirees

Designed to both engage and enliven spirits, these one-hour programs at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church will provide a refreshing musical jumpstart to your Saturday evening.

Late Night at the Parrish

New this season, BCMF is partnering with the Parrish Art Museum to present “Late Night at the Parrish,” a special 9:00 pm repeat concert of Brooklyn Rider (Aug 9). Take in a fresh performance with a glass of wine in a relaxed setting.

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2014 Calendar

Week 1 / July 30–August 3 Wednesday, July 30, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Historical Society

Russian Memories Free Outdoor Concert

Saturday, August 2, 6:30 pm Atlantic Golf Club

An Evening to Celebrate Annual Benefit

Sunday, August 3, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Brilliance and Soul Classic Six

Week 2 / August 6 – 10 Wednesday, August 6, 7:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Bright Night Classic Six

Saturday, August 9 Brooklyn Rider Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church, 6:30 pm Saturday Soiree Parrish Art Museum, 9:00 pm Late Night at the Parrish Sunday, August 10, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Colorful Explorations Classic Six

Week 3 / August 15 & 17 Friday, August 15, 6:00 pm Channing Sculpture Garden

Baroque Fantasy Wm. Brian Little Concert

Sunday, August 17, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Beethoven/Bolcom/ Brahms Classic Six

Week 4 / August 20–24 Wednesday, August 20, 7:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Something’s in the Air Classic Six

Saturday, August 23, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Effervescent Charm Saturday Soiree

Sunday, August 24, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

A Serenade to the Season Classic Six

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Week 1 Free Outdoor Concert

Russian Memories Wednesday, July 30, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Historical Society

Make your free reservation online at www.bcmf.org "It is awful how pleased I am with myself!" So wrote Tchaikovsky to his brother upon the completion of his String Sextet, "Souvenir de Florence." And he was right to be pleased. Anchoring a program of delectable Russian treats, the Souvenir will be one of many musical memories that listeners will be able to take away from this year's free outdoor concert on the lawn of the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Bring your family, a blanket, and a picnic (Russian caviar optional!) Tchaikovsky

Sextet for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Two Cellos, Op. 70, “Souvenir de Florence,” I. Allegro con spirito (1890; rev. 1891-92)

Shostakovich String Quartet No. 4 in D major, Op. 83, I. Allegretto (1949) Borodin

“Nocturne“ from String Quartet No. 2 (arr. Flute, Violin, Viola and Cello)

An Evening to Celebrate Saturday, August 2, 6:30 pm Atlantic Golf Club

As the sun goes down this season’s annual benefit concert will be heating up with a superb collection of international luminaries performing a program of elegance, panache, and passion. Join us for a fantastic evening of music, food, wine, and good spirit, while supporting the Festival and all it has to offer.

Prokofiev String Quartet No. 2 in F major, Op. 92, I. Allegro Sostenuto (1941)

Barrièrre

Sonata in G major for Two Cellos (1739)

Ewazen

Bridgehampton Suite for Flute and Violin, Viola, and Cello (2006)

Rachmaninov

Schumann

Piano Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 47 (1842)

Tchaikovsky

Vocalise for Flute and Strings, Op. 34, No. 14 (1912) Sextet for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Two Cellos, Op. 70, “Souvenir de Florence,” IV. Allegro vivace

Marya Martin, flute Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violin Beth Guterman Chu, viola

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Annual Benefit

Richard O’Neill, viola Edward Arron, cello Michael Nicolas, cello

flute Marya Martin, Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violin Beth Guterman Chu, viola Edward Arron, cello Carter Brey, cello Joyce Yang, piano

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Brilliance and Soul

Bright Night

While he may not have invented it, Mozart brought the piano trio to full maturity, and the K. 502 B-flat trio is among the finest ever to be written. Full of invention, sonic wonder, and perfect balance, it is a testament to the composer at the height of his compositional powers. Françaix's evocative and humorous String Trio is the perfect companion. The second half of the program probes the emotional realm, first with Philippe Hersant's evocative musings on the death of Helios followed by what is perhaps the greatest piano quartet in the literature, Schumann's sublime E-flat quartet, whose slow movement contains one of the most beautiful and heartfelt melodies ever written.

Night fell far too early for Franz Schubert—he died at the tender age of 32. As his long night approached he burned ever brighter, producing some of the most beloved chamber music ever composed, including the monumental and radiant Cello Quintet, the last chamber work Schubert completed. The program opens with his rarely heard Notturno for Piano Trio, a glorious evocation of night also written in his final two years. In between these masterworks we will feature BCMF's first commission, Ned Rorem's aptly titled Bright Music, written for the festival almost 30 years ago, but like the genius of Schubert shining as brightly as ever.

Mozart

Piano Trio in B-flat major, K. 502 (1786)

Schubert

Notturno in E-flat major for Piano Trio, D. 897 (1827)

Françaix

String Trio (1933)

Rorem

Bright Music for Flute, Two Violins, Cello, and Piano (1985)

Hersant

Heliades for Flute and Strings (2007)

Schubert

Cello Quintet in C major, D. 956 (1828)

Schumann

Piano Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 47 (1842)

Sunday, August 3, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Marya Martin, flute Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violin Beth Guterman Chu, viola

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Edward Arron, cello Carter Brey, cello Joyce Yang, piano

Week 2

Wednesday, August 6, 7:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Marya Martin, flute Jennifer Frautschi, violin Erin Keefe, violin Cynthia Phelps, viola

Clive Greensmith, cello Peter Wiley, cello Gilles Vonsattel, piano

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Colorful Explorations

Sunday, August 10, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Saturday Soiree / Late Night at the Parrish

Brooklyn Rider Saturday, August 9

Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church, 6:30 pm Parrish Art Museum, 9:00 pm The eclectic, rhapsodic, genre-busting Brooklyn Rider returns to Bridgehampton for an evening of adventure and discovery. So extraordinary is their music making that we decided to give them two opportunities to wow audiences in a single evening: first, a 6:30 pm Saturday Soiree concert at the historic Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church, and then at 9:00 pm BCMF’s Late Night at the Parrish – a cabaret-style concert experience in the Parrish Art Museum's fabulous Lichtenstein Theater, where guests can enjoy a glass of wine as they listen. Each concert will last approximately one hour. Both programs to include: Haydn

String Quartet in G minor, Hob. III:74, Op. 74, No. 3, “The Rider” (1793)

Gabriel Kahane

New Work for String Quartet (2014)

Evan Ziporyn

“Garden” from Qi for String Quartet (2013)

Aoife O'Donovan New Brooklyn Rider Almanac Work (2014)

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At the heart of this program is a new work by Academy, Grammy, and Golden Globe winning composer Howard Shore. Perhaps most well known for his gargantuan scores for Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings series, Shore turns to a more intimate genre for a new chamber work co-commissioned by BCMF. Surrounding it are pieces of vibrancy, effervescence, lightness and deep feeling. Featured are two sides of French composer Gabriel Fauré—his intricate, emotionally rich Piano Quartet in C minor and three tiny, delicate “Morceau’s.” A joyful work by Fauré’s young contemporary and countryman Maurice Tournier and a captivating song cycle by Spaniard Manuel de Falla round out the program. Tournier

Suite for Flute, String Trio and Harp, Op. 34 (1928)

Fauré

Morceau de concours for Flute and Harp (1898)

Shore

A Palace Upon the Ruins for Mezzo-Soprano, Flute, Cello, Piano, Harp and Percussion (2014, BCMF Co-Commission)

Fauré

Morceau de lecture for Violin and Piano (1903)

Falla

Siete canciones populaires Españolas for Voice and Harp (1914) (arr. Kibbey)

Fauré

Morceau de lecture for Cello and Harp (1897) (arr. Kibbey)

Fauré Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 15 (1876-79) Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano Marya Martin, flute Jennifer Frautschi, violin Cynthia Phelps, viola Clive Greensmith, cello Gilles Vonsattel, piano Bridget Kibbey, harp Ian David Rosenbaum, percussion

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Week 3 Wm. Brian Little Concert

Baroque Fantasy

Friday, August 15 6:00 pm: Wine tasting and appetizers | 7:00 pm: Concert Channing Sculpture Garden

The family and friends of Brian Little invite you to enjoy a special evening of music, wines from the Channing Daughters Winery, and delectable edibles in the beautiful surroundings of the Channing Sculpture Garden. Come along as a bevy of brilliant musicians take you on a virtuosic ride, beginning with exuberant late-renaissance dances and traversing the wonder of the Baroque. We’ll make diversions into the mysterious and the dazzling, taking as guideposts major works by titans of the era: Vivaldi, Telemann, and Bach.

Sunday, August 17, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Telemann Pachelbel

Concerto in D major for Four Violins, TWV 40:202 Canon and Gigue for Three Violins and Continuo

Vivaldi

Concerto in D Major for Flute, Strings, and Continuo, PV 205

Westhoff

“Imitazione delle campane” from Sonata No. 3 in D minor for Violin and Continuo “La Guerra” from Sonata in A major for Violin, Continuo, and Percussion

Vivaldi

Concerto in C minor for Cello, Strings, and Continuo, RV 401, “Alla Rustica"

Telemann

Tafelmusik in D major for Flute, Two Violins, and Continuo

Bach

Concerto in D minor for Two Violins, Strings, and Continuo, BWV 1043

Beethoven

Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 1, No. 3 (1794-95)

Bolcom

Three Rags for String Quartet (1989)

Falconieri

Chaconne in G major for Two Violins, Continuo, and Percussion

Brahms

Marya Martin, flute Frank Huang, violin Stefan Jackiw, violin Sean Lee, violin David McCarroll, violin

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Beethoven/Bolcom/Brahms

Dimitri Murrath, viola Antonio Lysy, cello Karl Doty, double bass Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord Shane Shanahan, percussion

At the ripe age of 23 Beethoven stormed the music capital of the world, Vienna, and used his Op. 1 piano trios as his calling card. A little more than 60 years later, another 23-year-old by the name of Johannes Brahms started writing his Piano Quartet in G minor, the piece he would later use to introduce himself to the Viennese. Both works have stood the test of time to become core pieces of the repertoire and both are amazing examples of daring and youthful bravura. In between we’ve placed another iconic composer, American William Bolcom, whose Three Rags for String Quartet draw upon the vernacular in the same way that the final movement of Brahms’ piano quartet, a rollicking movement subtitled “Gypsy Rondo,” drew on the folk music of his day.

Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25 (1856-61)

Frank Huang, violin Stefan Jackiw, violin Dimitri Murrath, viola

Antonio Lysy, cello Shai Wosner, piano

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Week 4

Something’s in the Air Wednesday, August 20, 7:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Some programs, such as this one, have many stories to tell. Opening the concert is a work based on a baroque passacaglia by Handel, but molded into a romantic showpiece by a Swedish composer named Halvorsen. Contemporary composer and Festival favorite Kevin Puts also looks back to the Baroque in his Four Airs, a unique work in which each of the musicians takes a turn performing with the pianist. Meanwhile, Kodály’s fascinating Serenade for Two Violins and Viola tells a story of night in three movements, complete with a midnight call to a lover’s window. Dvorˇ ák’s rich and opulent Piano Quartet which closes the program is a story to itself, a grand statement full of twists, turns and surprises. Handel/Halvorsen

Passacaglia for Violin and Cello (1897)

Kodály

Serenade for Two Violins and Viola, Op. 12 (1919-20)

Puts

Four Airs for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano (2004)

Dvo rˇ ák

Piano Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 87 (1889)

Marya Martin, flute Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet Ani Kavafian, violin Anthony Marwood, violin

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Ettore Causa, viola Peter Stumpf, cello Orion Weiss, piano

Saturday Soiree

Effervescent Charm Saturday, August 23, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Of all the great child prodigies, perhaps none match the amazingly well-rounded Felix Mendelssohn. Beyond his ability as a composer, he was also a virtuoso pianist, a celebrated conductor, a talented painter, and an excellent gymnast. His music provides listeners the aural equivalent of brightly colored paintings and requires feats of performers best suited to highly trained athletes. The two examples on display in this program are evidence of his unsurpassed skill at creating elfin-like passages of spectacular beauty while displaying music of great depth. Rossini’s charming and delightful Sonata for Wind Quartet in F major provides perfect balance to the evening. Mendelssohn

Andante and Scherzo for String Quartet, Op. 81 (1847)

Rossini

Sonata No. 1 in F major for Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn

Mendelssohn

Piano Quartet No. 2 in F minor, Op. 2 (1823)

Marya Martin, flute Sarah Beaty, clarinet Peter Kolkay, bassoon Stewart Rose, horn Ani Kavafian, violin Joseph Lin, violin

Anthony Marwood, violin Ettore Causa, viola Antonio Lysy, cello Peter Stumpf, cello Orion Weiss, piano

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A Serenade to the Season Sunday, August 24, 6:30 pm Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Perhaps the most famous of all serenades, Mozart’s “Eine Kliene Nachtmusik” opens the Festival’s final program. In reflection we offer Arvo Pärt’s MozartAdagio, a haunting and beguiling sliver of a work that reminisces on Mozart’s Piano Sonata K. 280, simultaneously bringing Mozart into the present while creating a sense of timelessness. We close the program with Brahms’ bucolic, pastoral Serenade No. 1. Originally intended as a nonet for strings and winds, at the behest of Clara Schumann the ever-doubtful Brahms destroyed this version opting to score the work for full orchestra. We present a terrific reconstruction of the original instrumentation, capturing the intimacy of chamber music while maintaining the radiant exhilaration of Brahms' early masterwork.

Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 2429 Montauk Highway Atlantic Golf Club 1040 Scuttle Hole Road

Bridgehampton Historical Society 2368 Montauk Highway Channing Sculpture Garden Enter through Channing Daughters Winery driveway: 1927 Scuttle Hole Road

Mozart

Serenade No. 13 in G major for Strings, K. 525 "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" (1787)

Watermill

Pärt

Mozart-Adagio for Violin, Cello, and Piano (1992)

Brahms

Serenade No. 1 in D major for Nonet, Op. 11 (1857-58) (arr. Alan Boustead)

Parrish Art Museum 279 Montauk Highway Water Mill, NY 11976

Marya Martin, flute Sarah Beaty, clarinet Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet Peter Kolkay, bassoon Stewart Rose, horn Ani Kavafian, violin

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Festival Concert Locations: Bridgehampton

Anthony Marwood, violin Joseph Lin, violin Ettore Causa,viola Antonio Lysy, cello Peter Stumpf, cello Donald Palma, double bass Orion Weiss, piano

Online Resources: For more information on festival artists and programs, including musical examples, please visit www.bcmf.org. The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival gratefully acknowledges the following government support: Town of Southampton, Department of Human Services Suffolk County, Office of Cultural Affairs, Steven Bellone, County Executive New York State Council on the Arts, a State agency This book is printed on paper made from post-consumer recycled content. Please recycle.

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BCMF exists to present the very best chamber music performed at the highest level in comfortable and inviting venues, and we could not do any of this without you, our wonderful audience. We are truly appreciative of all those who make BCMF a part of their lives, and are immensely grateful to those who support the festival with additional donations. Ticket sales cover only a small portion of Festival expenses and we hope that you might consider an additional gift to BCMF to help insure that the festival can bring excellent music to the East End for years to come.

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Free Outdoor Concert, Russian Memories Wed, 7/30, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Historical Society

Benefit Concert, An Evening to Remember Sat, 8/2, 6:30 pm, Atlantic Golf Club

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Brilliance and Soul Sun, 8/3, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Benefit Tickets

Bright Night

Guardian Angel • Table of 12 at $25,000 • •

Wed, 8/6, 7:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

A festival concert named in your honor and listed in our program book An invitation to special events throughout the season Premium festival concert seating

Golden Angel Table of 8 at $15,000

• An invitation to special events throughout the season • Premium festival concert seating

Golden Benefactor Table of 8 at $12,000

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Saturday Soiree, Brooklyn Rider Sat, 8/9, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Late Night at the Parrish, Brooklyn Rider Sat, 8/9, 9:00 pm, Parrish Art Museum

Colorful Explorations Sun, 8/10, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Wm. Brian Little Concert, Baroque Fantasy

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Fri, 8/15, 6:00 pm, Channing Sculpture Garden

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Benefactor • Premium festival concert seating 1 benefit ticket at $1,500

Beethoven/Bolcom/Brahms Sun, 8/17, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

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Something’s in the Air Wed, 8/20, 7:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

Please contact Michael Lawrence at 212.741.9073, or starting July 24, 631.537.3507 for information on attending the Benefit. All but $150 of each benefit ticket is tax deductible.

Saturday Soiree, Effervescent Charm Sat, 8/23, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

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Sun, 8/24, 6:30 pm, Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

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A Serenade to the Season

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