Summer of  2022

Concerts held at
First Presbyterian Church 
2112 Rudolph Rd
Eau Claire, WI

We are planning our emergence from Covid with a great set of concerts this summer!

We hope you can join us!

"On A Lark"

3pm June 26th

Martinů, Bohuslav

Haydn, Joseph

Duo No.1 for Violin and Cello

Rondo

Ryan, Susan

String Quartet in D Major, Hob.III:63
1 Allegro Moderato

2 Adagio Cantabile

3 Menuetto Allegretto

3 Finale
Ben, Carol, Ryan, Susan

Intermission

Godard, Benjamin

Paul de Wailly

Hermann, Friedrich

Aubade for Violin and Cello Op.133

1 Andante

2 Andantino

Ryan, Susan

Six Pieces

1 Romance

2 Scherzino

3 Idylle

4 Alla Polacca

5 Regrets

6 Ronde

Ben, Carol, Susan

Capriccio No.1 for 3 Violins, Op.2

1 Adagio

2 Allegro molto

Ryan, Ben, Carol

We are presenting a wonderful Haydn string quartet called 'The Lark' which evokes birds of spring. It is soaring, meditative and finishes with a sailor's dance. 

Additionally we are going on a 'lark' with lighthearted fun from other great composers that may be new to you! 

From a contemporary Czech composer to a group of Romantic violinists with French connections, we are feeling adventurous and think you will love some little known but delightful works.

We hope you'll come and enjoy!

"Summer music
in 3d"

3pm August 14th

Mendelssohn-Hensel, Fanny

Dvorak, Antonin

Piano Trio in D Minor, Op.11
1 Allegro Molto Vivace

2 Andante Espressivo

3 Lied (Allegretto)

3 Finale (Allegro Moderato)
Kate, Ryan, Susan

Four Miniatures, Op. 75a for 2 Violins and Viola

1 Cavatina
2 Capriccio

3 Romance

4 Elegie

Ben, Carol, Kirsti

Intermission

Halvorsen, Johan

Bach, Johan Sebastian

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Sarabande con Variazioni

Ryan, Kirsti

Terzetti 2 Violins and Viola
Selections

Ben, Carol, Kirsti

Piano Trio Op.70 in Dmajor

1 Allegro vivave e con brio

2 Largo assai ed espressivo

3 Presto

Kate, Ryan, Susan

We are bringing you mostly trios in this offering.

Some famous composers are on the program along side of some other great works you may not have heard before. 

Should be a memorable performance including a work from the fantastic pianist Fanny Helsel, sister of Felix Mendelssohn. 

We are primarily staying in Germany and Czechia this time, with only a quick jaunt to Norway for our duet. 



We hope to see you there!