The Brattleboro Music Center's Season Guest Series continues with the Sarasa Ensemble presenting “Native Realm,” a look at Poland's distinct culture and native land through the lens of Telemann, Górecki, and Schmelzer.
The concert is set for Friday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the BMC. Performers include Jesse Irons, Miranda Fulleylove, violins; Jason Fisher, viola; and Jennifer Morsches, cello.
The program will feature Tomás Luis de Victoria's O Magnum Mysterium; Telemann's Polish Dances from the Rostock Manuscript, TWV 45; J. H. Schmelzer's Polnische Sackpfeifen à 3; and Górecki's String Quartet No. 2, Op. 64, “Quasi una Fantasia.”
The Sarasa Ensemble is a collective group of international instrumentalists and vocalists who perform classical music of outstanding quality, spanning the 17th to the 21st centuries, on both period and modern instruments, and bring this music to diverse communities. Through the ensemble's outreach program in adolescent detention facilities, it is dedicated to bridging cultural, aesthetic, and economic barriers and providing incarcerated teenagers with opportunities for growth, self-expression, and enrichment through music.
The BMC is located at 72 Blanche Moyse Way. Tickets are $20 general admission/seniors, $10 for student, and free for those under 18, and are available by visiting the BMC website at bmcvt.org, by emailing [email protected], or by calling (1)802-257-4523.