Bach Se Piace–Katherine Heater, Elisabeth Reed, and Anthony Martin

Sonatas for Harpsichord, Violin, and Viola da Gamba BWV 1018, 1019, & 1027

8:00 PM Saturday, May 31
– 2320 Dana Street, between Bancroft and Durant

Oft played, oft recorded, oft copied and edited and printed, the 3 Sonatas for Gamba and 6 for Violin by Bach have received yet another look this season in Berkeley. Katherine Heater, Elisabeth Reed, and Anthony Martin, performing together as Bach Se Piace, complete a cycle of three concerts in small venues ideally suited for hearing this intimate and intricate chamber music. This is their third and final concert, featuring the Sonatas in F minor and G major for violin on either side of the G major for gamba.

Tickets available at the door. Prices: $15 general admission; $10 seniors, students, and disabled.

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About the Artists

Bach Se Piace

Bach Se Piace

Katherine Heater, harpsichord
Elisabeth Reed, viola da gamba
Anthony Martin, violin

Katherine Heater teaches early keyboard instruments at the University of California, Berkeley and privately. She is currently working on a cover–‐band project called Cookie Monstress which is looking for a drummer.

Elisabeth Reed teaches baroque cello and viola da gamba at the University of California, Berkeley and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where she is co-director of the Baroque Orchestra. She is a Guild-certified practitioner of the Feldenkrais Method of Awareness Through Movement, with a focus on working with musicians and performers.

Anthony Martin teaches baroque violin at Stanford University, where he directs the Stanford Baroque Soloists. He has played and recorded with Elisabeth Reed as members of the Novello Quartet.

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