Kingsbury Ensemble: From Vienna to Prague


$20 – General Admission
$15 – WU Faculty/Staff
$5 – Student
FREE – WU Student (with WU ID)
(Washington University Box Office  - 314-935-6543)

Founded in 1999 and based in St. Louis, The Kingsbury Ensemble is one of the Midwest's premier early music ensembles. Our mission is to stage authentic performances from the Renaissance to the early Romantic period, so that listeners may experience this timeless music as its original audiences did. The Kingsbury Ensemble presents a varied, yearly season of performances, ranging from solo recitals to larger productions including song, dance, and theater.


Manuela Topalbegovic, violin
Jane Price, violin
Amy Greenhalgh, viola
Ken Kulosa, cello
Maryse Carlin, fortepiano

Trio in E Major, Hob.XV.28 for violin, cello and fortepiano (1797) by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809)
     Allegro moderato

Seven Variations for cello and fortepiano after a theme from Mozart’s Magic Flute (1801) by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1820)


String Quartet in G Major, Op. 60, No 3 (1806) Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760 - 1812)
     Allegro grazioso 
     Rondo, tempo di Polacca

Quartet in F minor for fortepiano and strings, Op.41 Jan Ladislav Dussek
     Allegro moderato ma con Fuoco
     Adagio espressivo

Piano five octaves by Robert Smith (Boston, 1983) after Johann Koenicke Piano 6 octaves by Rod Regier (Maine, 1980) after Conrad Graf