Salon Concerts at Broadford

Salon Concerts at Broadford in 2019 presents four concerts.

Concert One
Sunday 31 March @ 4.00pm
Lucinda Moon – baroque violin
Peter Hagen – harpsichord
“J.E. Bach, C.PE. Bach and Benda”

Concert Two
Sunday 25 August @ 4.00pm
Andrew Angus – baroque oboe
Peter Hagen – harpsichord
Telemann, Benda

Concert Three
Sunday 29 September @ 4.00pm
Shane Lestideau -baroque violin
Natasha Kraemer – violoncello
Peter Hagen – harpsichord
“The flourishing of Italian Baroque”

Concert Four
Sunday 27 October @ 4.00pm
Peter Hagen – harpsichord
“The Orchestral Harpsichord”
Bach Handel, Babell, Geminiani

On line bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/ZJUJOR https://www.trybooking.com/446013
You can download the  Series brochure for more information
I’ll look forward to seeing you there at the concerts.
Peter Hagen 11 December 2019

Originally a salon was a place to gather people of like minds to share ideas, arts and culture, philosophies and news in a social setting. It was in this manner for example that Schubert aired many of his compositions. The French word “salon” meaning large room has been used since the late 17th century, in particular by the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in Paris for their annual exhibitions, although other earlier examples of people sharing their passion for all that is noble, beautiful and high minded are many.

Salon Concerts at Broadford seeks to promote chamber music in regional areas for an affordable price. At it’s home in Broadford in a spacious mud brick home on 12 hectares of natural bushland, it provides a setting of intimacy and a sense of occasion for local residents. Farther afield it provides the same professional musicians and beautiful programmes. Peter Hagen’s collection of keyboard instruments feature two world class harpsichords and a C7 Yamaha grand piano. The Colmar Ruckers harpsichord copy made by Jean-Michel Chablot features in most of the baroque concerts particularly the solo recitals performed by Peter Hagen and a single manual harpsichord by Klinkhamer in Amsterdam is the perfect accompaniment for early baroque and other concerts requiring a penetrating yet warm clear sound. A clavichord forms a further part of this fine collection of instruments.

Below are some of the last few years concert series brochures.

Concerts in 2011 and early 2012 Chamber Music in Mitchell Shire1

Concerts in 2012 and 2013 Broadford Salon series

2013 2014 SalonSeries

2014 2015 concert series colour brochure

2016 did not get a series brochure! sorry. We did have three lovely concerts though.

2017 Concert Series

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