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    3rd Sundays @ 3 Presents: Members of Grand Harmonie?

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    February 17, 2013


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    3rd Sundays @ 3 Presents: Members of Grand Harmonie?

    3rd Sundays @ 3 is a chamber music series. Concerts typically occur on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 3:00pm as the name suggests. Our goal is to perform and promote the music of our time and introduce audiences to the music artists that serve them!


    Beethoven sonata for horn and piano op. 17

    Brahms trio for horn, violin and piano op. 40

    Olga Patramanska-Bell, violin (not pictured)
    Eileen Huang, piano...

    3rd Sundays @ 3 is a chamber music series. Concerts typically occur on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 3:00pm as the name suggests. Our goal is to perform and promote the music of our time and introduce audiences to the music artists that serve them!


    Beethoven sonata for horn and piano op. 17

    Brahms trio for horn, violin and piano op. 40

    Olga Patramanska-Bell, violin (not pictured)
    Eileen Huang, piano
    Yoni Kahn, natural horn

    Grand Harmonie is an ensemble dedicated to historically-informed performances of music written by composers spanning all the way from Mozart to Brahms, on the instruments for which their music was written.The core of Grand Harmonie consists of wind and brass players who hail from the Boston and New York areas, performing regularly in both cities. Grand Harmonie’s musicians perform works by composers from the classical period and beyond. Our concerts range from intimate salon-style events, at which guests can hear solo and chamber works by such greats as Schumann, Brahms, Wagenseil, Mozart, and many others; to larger-scale performances of wind octets, orchestral pieces, and more. Rather than performing on modern instruments, Grand Harmonie uses period classical instruments, which look and sound different than those used in your typical orchestra! This enables us to present the works of the masters as they would have sounded when they were first performed, in the courts and houses of the great Arts patrons of the classical period.


    Bentley University's Koumantzelis Auditorium

    175 Forest Street
    Waltham, MA 02452

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