July 18, 2009. Steven Silverman and Elizabeth Field perform works of Rameau
and Vivaldi as part of gala concert for the benefit of the Washington Early
Music Festival. The concert is at 8:00 PM at St.Mark's Church at 3rd and A
streets SE Washington DC.
September 20, 2009. Steven Silverman appears as
harpsichord soloist in Bach's Brandenburg Concerto #5, along with flute
soloist is Robin Kani and violin soloist Simon Maurer. The concert is at the
Jerusalem Evangelical Church (252 Dock Street) in Schuylkill Haven,
Pennsylvania.Concert is at 3 pm and also includes the complete Vivaldi Four
Seasons.Tickets available at the door.
October 4, 2009. ArcoVoce performs a program of music from the Italian
baroque at Washington D.C.'s National Gallery of Art. 6:30 PM performance
time. Compositions of Isabella Leonarda, Alessandro Stradella, Marco
Uccellini, Tarquinio Merula, Francesco Mancini, and Alessandro Scarlatti.Admission free.
October 11, 2009. Steven Silverman appears in a program of music for
oboe, cello, percussion, and harpsichord which includes Ned Rorem's
seldom-performed The Lovers (written for the celebrated harpsichordist
Sylvia Marlowe). Program is at American University's Katzen Arts Center at
Massachusetts Avenue and Nebraska Avenue is Washington DC at 3 pm.
December 6, 2009 ArcoVoce performs a private program on baroque instruments
at the DACOR house.
January 10, 2010. Steven Silverman and Doug McNames perform cello-piano
sonatas of Beethoven (g minor) and Rachmaninoff at Washington D.C.'s
Phillips Collection. 4:00 PM performance time. Admission free with paid
admission to gallery.
February 7, 2010. ArcoVoce performs at the Phillips Collection. Program's
theme is "1710": compositions from three centuries ago, performed on period
instruments. 4:00 PM performance time.