Baroque Festival

Some of the most beautiful music ever written was composed in France, Italy, Germany, England and South America during the Baroque era. Also during this time, the opera and symphony orchestra, as we know them today, evolved.

The Fort Worth Symphony is presenting a 3 day Baroque Festival August 27-29, 2010 at 7:30PM.   You can learn about the concerts and purchase tickets at the symphony website or by clicking here.

On August 28, 2010, The Fort Worth Baroque Society will Join the Fort Worth Symphony to perform some rare choral gems by South American baroque composers.

Join us for a celebration of Baroque music at its best. This festival is a unique opportunity to hear the talented and versatile musicians of the Fort Worth Symphony and Fort Worth Baroque Society performing works of the most important composers of the era.

The program will include:

Purcell
Suite from Abdelazar

Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G Major, BWV 1049

Rameau
Selections from Les Indes Galantes

Brentner
*Glória et honóre

Ceruti
*Cantada a una voz sola a la purísima Concepción

Anonymous
*Veni Sancte Spíritus

Anonymous
*Caima, Iyai, Jesu

Martínez y Compañón
*Selections from Codex Trujillo

Velasco
*A este sol peregrino

* Choral Work


Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
Miguel Harth-Bedoya
, Music Director and Conductor
Andrés Franco
, Associate Conductor

Jan Crisanti
, Flute
Pam Holland Adams
, Flute
Ava Pine
, Soprano
Fort Worth Baroque Society
Dr. David Keith
, Chorus Master


 

 

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