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Woman Scorned

  • Presented by Morrison Chamber Music
    San Francisco State University
    April 25, 2021 at 3pm PST

Woman Scorned explores universal themes of desire, jealousy, shame and revenge by giving voice to the spurned lovers of antiquity. Rising star soprano, Hannah De Priest gives voice to the sorceress Circe in a bone-chilling cantata by Colin de Blamant, and wreaks vengeance as the witch Medea in works by Clérambault and Couperin.


Sonate en trio “La Junon” (1712) – Jean-Féry Rebel (1666–1747)
“Le perfide Renauld me fuit” from Armide – Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632–1687)
Onzième Concert from Les Goûts-réünis – François Couperin (1668–1733)
Medée (1710) – Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676–1749)
Sonate pour violon in g (1710) – Jean Baptiste Senaillé (1687–1730)
Passacaille d’Armide (1689) – Jean Henry d’Anglebert (1629–1691) / Lully
Circé (1729) – Colin de Blamont (1690–1760)

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Free Admission