Forthcoming Events

Justin Taylor

Continuum

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Justin Taylor, Harpsichord

On Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 5:30pm
Venue: Woodend Sanctuary & Mansion, MD 20815
Justin Taylor, first prize winner of the world's most prestigious harpsichord competition at just 23, makes his debut performance in Washington DC with Capriccio.  He performs a thrilling Program that pushes the harpsichord to its very limits with works by father and son Antoine Forqueray & Jean-Baptiste Forqueray; Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti, & the thrilling 20th century harpsichord avant-garde work 'Continuum' by Györgi Ligeti. A not-to-be-missed Concert!
Andrew Appel

François Couperin, Joseph Haydn

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Andrew Appel, Harpsichord

On Saturday, March 30, 2019 - 5:30pm
Venue: Aberfoyle Place NW, Washington DC 20015
Capriccio is delighted to have renowned artist Andrew Appel perform at this very special Benefit Soirée, a Capriccio fundraiser offering a full Program of music followed by a complimentary French dinner with exceptional French & Austrian wines. Andrew performs the exquisite, charming works of François Couperin ('the Great') from the 'Premier livre de piéces de clavecin' followed by a delightful, effervescent, definitively-Classical Sonata by Joseph Haydn.
Colin Booth, Harpsichord

Queen Elizabeth: Her Musicke

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Colin Booth, Harpsichord & Virginals

On Thursday, May 2, 2019 - 7:30pm
Venue: Aberfoyle Place NW, Washington DC 20015
Colin Booth, acclaimed English early keyboardist and keyboard builder/restorer, makes his Washington DC debut performing works by two titans of the English Early Baroque: William Byrd, a composer of extraordinary ability central in developing an English national style; & Peter Philips, a gifted and prolific composer little-heard in the U.S.   Explore the English Early Baroque repertory with a master of the genre! Meet the artist over a complimentary light buffet offered from 6:15pm. The Concert commences at 7:30pm.
Colin Booth

The Attraction of the Grounde

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Colin Booth, Harpsichord

On Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 7:30pm
Venue: Potters Violins, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Colin Booth's second concert with Capriccio is a delightful exploration of a musical form, the Ground, which was immensely popular in the 17th century. A Ground is a set of variations built around a repeated base line which may comprise just a few notes. Revel in the lovely & diverse melodies of English 17th century Grounds with works by William Byrd, William Inglot, Orlando Gibbons, Henry Purcell, John Blow & William Croft.
Aya Hamada  PhotoCredit: Myriam Farhane

The French Late Baroque & Galante

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Aya Hamada, Harpsichord

On Saturday, July 27, 2019 - 7:30pm
Venue: tbc
Aya Hamada, renowned for her graceful and virtuosic style, is steeped in the music of the French Late Baroque &  Galante. This is sumptuous, velveteen music with embroidered counterpoint & gorgeous melodic lines.  Prepare to be entranced with this Program of works by Jacques Duphly, Jean-Philippe Rameau & Bernard de Bury performed by this most accomplished artist.