679 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06119
VIDEO ONLY. During the COVID-19 self isolation, we are presenting brief live-stream-only recitals on Wednesdays at 12:15.
Highly acclaimed Baroque and Early Music Artist, Shirley Hunt, performs for us on Wednesday, June 3, at 12:15 in her home studio.
Missed it? No problem! After the concert, you can watch the concert at any time at this same link.
Music at the Red Door is hosting online recitals as a benefit for people in Greater Hartford deeply affected by COVID-19: please help. Please thank our artists by donating generously to: Loaves & Fishes, Journey Home, and/or Food Share. At St. John’s, we have only limited resources to help the homeless and hungry, and with the office closed, we are not able to see people directly. Your donation will make a big difference.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Suite No. 3 in C Major: Prelude, Allemande
Francesco Paolo Supriani (1678-1753): Toccata V: Solo & Variation
Giuseppe Clemente Dall’Abaco (1710-1805): Caprice 1
Eden Ahbez (1908-1995): Nature Boy
Praised by The Strad as “stylish and accomplished,” internationally respected baroque cellist Shirley Hunt has performed and recorded with the nation’s leading period instrument ensembles including Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, Trinity Baroque Orchestra, TENET, the Sebastians, and New York Baroque Incorporated. Recent season highlights include performances at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Library of Congress, and the Museum of Fine Art Boston. Originally from Portland, Oregon, Ms. Hunt was born into a musical family and is the younger sister of the late mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson.
Music at the Red Door is supported in part by the Richard P. Garmany Fund of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, the Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation, the George A. & Grace L. Long Foundation, the Ensworth Charitable Foundation, the William & Alice Mortensen Foundation, and the Marjorie Jolidon Fund of the Greater Hartford Chapter, American Guild of Organists.