Quicksilver will take the Stage at Kahilu
Quicksilver will take the stage at the Kahilu Theatre on March 11 for a 7 p.m. free Chamber Music Concert.
Early Music America has called the group “drop dead gorgeous with a wonderful interplay of timbres.”
A variety of instruments make up the group, directed by Robert Mealy and Julie Andrijeski, who are also on the violins. The rest of the group includes Greg Ingles on the trombone, David Morris on the viola da gamba and cello, Dominic Teresi on the dulcian, Avi Stein on the harpsichord and organ and Charles Weaver on the theorbo and baroque guitar.
The leading and historically informed performers come together to make Quicksilver, praised by the New York Times as “impeccable, soulful playing.” They have also gained coast to coast recognition and acknowledgement.
During their performance, the group will explore vibrant, rich chamber music repertoire of the early modern period. Attendees can expect to hear a range from the strange and extravagant trio sonatas of the Italian and German seventeenth century to the spectacular chamber music of the High Baroque.
Although admission is free, donations will be accepted.
Those interested in learning more about the event can visit the Kahilu Theatre website or call 885-6868.