May 7-June 5: Exhibition at The Wellfleet Library

Pau Casals and Bernard Greenhouse

Pau Casals and Bernard Greenhouse

May 7-June 5: Exhibition at The Wellfleet Library, including materials from The Bernard Greenhouse Collection at The Martha Blakeney Hodges Collection at University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

FREE

May 7, 7:30 pm: Christopher Reuning and "The Countess of Stanlein" at The Wellfleet Library

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Christopher Reuning

Christopher Reuning

Bernie and “The Countess of Stanlein” Stradivarius Violoncello
Saturday, May 7, 7:30 pm: Christopher Reuning will present an illustrated talk on “The Countess of Stanlein,” Bernard Greenhouse’s 1707 Stradivarius cello, one of only 60 Stradivarius cellos that have survived. After the death of Mr. Greenhouse in 2011, Christopher Reuning handled the sale of “The Countess of Stanlein.” Reuning, violin maker, restorer and expert is the owner of Reuning & Son Violins in Boston, one of the world’s most respected dealers of violins, violas, cellos and bows.

An illustrated talk by Christopher Reuning at the Wellfleet Library

FREE

May 21, 5pm Masterclass with Astrid Schween at The Wellfleet Library

Masterclass with Astrid Schween

Masterclass with Astrid Schween

May 21 at 5pm Masterclass with Astrid Schween  at The Wellfleet Library

May 22, 3:00 pm: OCHS Benefit Concert featuring Astrid Schween at The Congregational Church

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May 22, 3:00 pm: Outer Cape Health Services Benefit Concert featuring Astrid Schween, at the Congregational Church, Wellfleet, MA including works by Debussy,  Rachmaninoff and George Walker.

May 29, 4pm -Bernie and Beethoven with Grace Lin Anderson at The Wellfleet Library

BERNIE AND BEETHOVEN
Concert @ Wellfleet Library
May 29, 2016 at 4:00 PM
Program
Cello Sonata in C major, Op. 102 No. 1
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Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97 (“Archduke”)
Jeanine Wynton, violin
Grace Lin Anderson, cello
Allison Gagnon, piano

This concert celebrates the life and legacy of Bernard Greenhouse with the music of what Greenhouse deemed the most “human” of all composers: Ludwig van Beethoven. In one hour, this concert will take its audience on a compact yet fully realized journey into the most profound transition of Beethoven’s musical life: his artistic revolution, fired in the crucible of isolation and despair, that took place between 1811 and 1815.  We offer two works that bookend this time frame and corresponding cataclysmic shift in Beethoven’s musical style: the “Archduke” Piano Trio and the Cello Sonata in C major, Op. 102 No. 1.

June 5, 3pm Kate Dillingham, and Jory Vinikour perform the Sonatas of J.S. Bach at Preservation Hall

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June 5 at 3pm Kate Dillingham and Jory Vinikour celebrate the 2nd printing of the edition Bernard Greenhouse and Kate Dillingham co-edited for G. Schirmer, Inc. and the release of their new album with a performance of Three Sonatas for Violoncello and Harpsichord, BWV 1027-1029 by J.S. Bach. Colleagues from G. Schirmer, Inc will be on hand to present a short talk about the Greenhouse~Dillingham edition and the legacy passed from Casals to Greenhouse to Dillingham. June 5 at 3pm at Preservation Hall