TELEMANN: Tafelmusic (Musique de Table, First Production)
Overture (Suite) in E Minor for Two Flutes, Strings and Continuo, TWV 55:e1
Quartet in G Major for Flute, Oboe, Violin, and Continuo, TWV 43:G2
Concerto in A Major for Flute, Violin, and Cello, TWV 53:A2
Trio in E-flat major for Two Violins and Continuo, TWV42:Es1
Solo in B minor for Flute and Continuo, TWV41:h4
Conclusion in E minor for Strings and Continuo, TWV50:5
Since its founding in 2009, Juilliard415, the school’s principal period-instrument ensemble, has made significant contributions to musical life in New York and beyond, bringing major figures in the field of early music to lead performances of both rare and canonical works of the 17th and 18th centuries. Among the many distinguished guests who have led Juilliard415 are Masaaki Suzuki, Ton Koopman, Harry Bicket, Nicholas McGegan, the late Christopher Hogwood, and Monica Huggett. In 2011 the ensemble made its Carnegie Hall debut in a concert that was cited as one of the ten best of the season by The New York Times. Juilliard415 tours extensively in the U.S. and abroad, with notable appearances at the Boston Early Music Festival, the Leipzig Bachfest, and the Utrecht Early Music Festival, where Juilliard was the first-ever conservatory-in-residence. With its frequent musical collaborator, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, Juilliard415 has performed throughout Italy, Japan, Southeast Asia, and the United Kingdom.
Other recent milestones include a fully-staged production of Handel’s Radamisto; a tour of Charpentier’s Actéon with William Christie; and concerts in New York and Miami of incidental music to Shakespeare plays in collaboration with the Juilliard Drama Division, conducted by Jordi Savall. Members of Juilliard415 have performed concerts in Augsburg and Munich with the Leopold-Mozart-Zentrum, and maintain a keynote presence since the founding at Rencontres musicales en Vendée.