Tuesday, May 8, 2:00 PM | Wellspring Theater, Kalamazoo
What, you may ask, is a lautenwerk?! It’s a gut-stringed early version of the harpsichord (Bach owned three of them), and while none of the original instruments have survived the 18th century, keyboard artist Kim Heindel performs and records on a 21st-century reconstruction of this important historical keyboard instrument.
Come hear the works of Bach and his contemporary Sylvius Weiss, performed by Heindel in the intimacy of the Wellspring Theater.
|BACH||Fugue & Allegro in E-flat major, BMW 998|
|Fugue in G minor, BMW 1000|
|WEISS||Suite in D major|
|BACH||Suite in E minor, BMW 996 “aufs Lautenwerk”|
All performances, programs, and performance dates and times are subject to change.
This performance is supported in part by awards from the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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