The San Diego Early Music Society is a non-profit organization founded to showcase the musical treasures of Europe’s medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods, as performed on period instruments and in accordance with historical practice. The Society was established in 1981 and has presented concerts in churches, small halls, museums, and homes — settings for which the music was composed.

Thursday, May 7, 2015, 7:30 pm

Performing Arts Theater, Cuyamaca College

Eric Hoeprich • Tanya Tomkins • Eric Zivian
“19th-century Clarinet Trios”

Clarinet TriosThe final concert of our 2014-15 season features the clarinet: trios by Beethoven, Glinka, Weber and Brahms, performed in the comfortable and acoustically wonderful theater at Cuyamaca College. Erich Hoeprich uses a copy of an early boxwood clarinet and Eric Zivian plays a historic Broadwood fortepiano, offering you a chance to hear this intimate repertoire as it was conceived.

“Eric Hoeprich is a fine musician, deeply knowledgeable about his instrument.” — Stanley Sadie, Gramophone

“It is not easy to give a distinctive performance of Bach’s suites for solo cello, something that makes these familiar pieces sound new. That is what baroque cellist Tanya Tomkins did...” — Washington Post

“Zivian bewitched his audience with the finery in his playing.” — Edward Ortiz San Francisco Classical Voice.

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