What happens when the best musical minds are given free reign to depict royalty as well as the life of villagers and mariners? Find out in this grand Baroque orchestral programme. Four hunting horns provide the platform for music of royal grandeur as well as the humorous characterization of animals and raucous village life. Orchestral section from operas by Handel and Rameau are featured alongside two of Telemann’s biggest concert pieces – his “Water Music” and “Alster Overture”. Come to a concert of kings and princes, nymphs, merry mariners, frogs, and crows – all directed by the exciting British harpsichord virtuoso Steven Devine.
“High-quality, personal and engaging performances.” –
Matthew White / Early Music Vancouver
Concert proudly sponsored by Joan Farlinger and Mouats Clothing Co.