Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society - Fonteneau of Youth
Presented By Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society

Fonteneau of Youth

Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society

Fri, Jun 14 - Sun, Jun 16

The Playhouse: $43 - $49
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Fri 06/14/19 7:30 PM

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Sun 06/16/19 2:30 PM

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Notices:

Ages 6 and up

$10 Student tickets are available for purchase with a valid ID.

The JUN 16 performance will take place at Hillside Theater, Taliesin in Spring Green, WI and will include an option for a picnic dinner by Pasture and Plenty for $18. Dinners must be ordered one week in advance. For dinner options and preferences, call Samantha at BDDS, at (608) 255-9866.

Please note that online sales for the JUN 16 show will end at noon on JUN 16. Sales after that time will be available at the concert.

A free champagne and dessert reception will be held following the performance on Friday, June 14, to celebrate BDDS’s 28th season opener.

Attend all six programs during Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society’s chamber music festival, which include insightful commentary and delightful surprises. Led by artistic directors Stephanie Jutt (flute) and Jeffrey Sykes (piano), you’ll hear diverse repertoire played by an ensemble of distinguished musicians from Wisconsin and around the country. A full list of the shows can be found HERE.

The elegance, charm, and finesse of French cellist Jean-Michel Fonteneau is displayed in “Fonteneau of Youth.” It includes music written by great composers in their youth. Fonteneau will be joined by four others including an artist of the highest distinction, violinist Axel Strauss, and Russian virtuoso accordion player Stas Venglevski. Venglevski performs on the bayan, a Russian-style accordion noted for its deep bass sound and range and purity of tone.

  • Gabriel Fauré: Élégie for cello and piano
  • Ned Rorem: Trio for flute, cello, and piano
  • Lili Boulanger: D’un soir triste and D’un matin de printemps, for piano trio
  • Joseph Haydn: Piano Trio no. 28 in E major
  • Various tangos, polkas, and other works featuring accordion


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