Program Archives

Sunday Baroque Listings: April 10, 2016 (madrigals in the 1500s and 1600s)
04/09/16

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In 1722, St Thomas in Leipzig, Germany needed a music director. One of the musicians invited to apply for the job was Johann Friedrich Fasch, but he decided NOT to...

Sunday Baroque Listings: April 3, 2016 - Jean Philippe Rameau
04/02/16

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Johann Sebastian Bach stuck relatively close to home, but he visited many musical cultures through his musical journeys. Bach never went to France but for his 2...

Sunday Baroque Listings: March 27, 2016 (Heinrich Biber's Rosary Sonatas)
03/27/16

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You know the saying “Two heads are better than one?” … well, when it comes to baroque concertos, two trumpets are better than one, and two horns are better than one...

Sunday Baroque Listings: March 20, 2016 - Vivaldi’s Spring Concerto
03/19/16

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George Frideric Handel was a renowned organist, and one of his specialties was the ability to improvise. When he led his ensemble performing one of his oratorios or operas, he...

Sunday Baroque Listings: March 13, 2016
03/13/16

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Every year Sunday Baroque throws a little birthday party for Johann Sebastian Bach, who was born in March of 1685. This weekend’s BACH BIRTHDAY BASH is an all-Bach...

Sunday Baroque Listings: March 6, 2016
03/06/16

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Anna Bon of Venice was a musician in the 18th century. She published 6 Flute Sonatas in 1756, when she was only 16 years old, and dedicated them to her...

Sunday Baroque Listings: December 13 , 2015
12/10/15

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This weekend, instead of facing the crowds at the mall searching for the elusive “perfect gift” – why not pour yourself a cup of coffee, sit back, and enjoy...