Baroque Journey—Telemann, Vivaldi, Rameau, Purcell, Corelli
Nicholas Kraemer, conductor
- Sunday, February 26, 7:30 pm
- First United Methodist Church, Evanston
Ticket Prices: $60, $45, $38
- Monday, February 27, 7:30 pm
- Harris Theater, Chicago
Ticket Prices: $75, $60, $45, $38, $30
Free pre-concert lectures by Dan Maki will take place before each concert. Lectures begin at 6:30 pm in the church, and at 6 pm in the Chicago Cultural Center’s Randolph Café before Harris Theater concerts.
This concert will be broadcast on WFMT on April 13, 2012.
This concert is expected to end at approximately 9:15 PM.
- Concerto grosso, Op. 6
- Pavan and Fantasia on a Ground for 3 Violins
- Concerto for Flute and Recorder
- Suite from Dardanus
- Concerto for 4 Violins and Cello in B Minor
Hear the Music
- “Pavan in G minor, Z. 752”
- “Suite from Dardanus, Tambourin I–II”
- “Concerto for Four Violins in B Minor, Op. 3, No. 10”
All across Europe, the baroque era was a time of spectacular innovation in science and the arts—new musical forms were born, instrumental music came into its own, and virtuosity rose to new heights. The Music of the Baroque Orchestra captures the spirit and ferment of the age in an exhilarating program of works from Germany, England, Italy, and France.
Telemann’s characterizations highlight the importance to the Baroque aesthetic of the idea of being a nation, and by extension, having a “national style.” While Telemann, Handel, and many other composers traveled to other countries… Download pdf »
- Corelli, Concerto grosso, Op. 6
- Trevor Pinnock, The English Concert (Archiv)
- Purcell, Pavan and Fantasia on a Ground for 3 Violins
- Charles Medlam, London Baroque (Harmonia Mundi Musique D'Abord)
- Telemann, Concerto for Flute and Recorder
- Reinhard Goebel, Musica Antiqua Kӧln
- Rameau, Suite from Dardanus
- Roy Goodman, European Union Baroque Orchestra (Naxos)
- Vivaldi, Concerto for 4 Violins and Cello in B Minor
- Christopher Hogwood, Academy of Ancient Music