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    Ensemble 1729: Music for Recorder and Flute

    Presented by at West Parish Church, Andover

    July 25, 2012


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    Ensemble 1729: Music for Recorder and Flute

    Montréal's Ensemble 1729 will present an imaginative programme of eighteenth century music for recorder and flute featuring 2012 Opus Prize winner Vincent Lauzer on recorder, flautist Joanna Marsden, cellist Camille Paquette-Roy, and Boston's very own Matthew Hall on harpsichord. Inspired by Corelli's opus V, the programme will include unusual trios by Prowo and Quantz, a sonata from Mattheson's der Brauchbare Virtuoso, a virtuosic...

    Montréal's Ensemble 1729 will present an imaginative programme of eighteenth century music for recorder and flute featuring 2012 Opus Prize winner Vincent Lauzer on recorder, flautist Joanna Marsden, cellist Camille Paquette-Roy, and Boston's very own Matthew Hall on harpsichord. Inspired by Corelli's opus V, the programme will include unusual trios by Prowo and Quantz, a sonata from Mattheson's der Brauchbare Virtuoso, a virtuosic Corelli transcription, and an original adaptation of Telemann's first Sonata Corellisierende.


    West Parish Church, Andover

    129 Reservation Road
    Andover, MA 01810

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    Admission Info:

    $20/$15
    Season passes are also available via www.sohip.org


    General Day and Time Info:

    8PM on 25 July, 2012


    phone: (617) 335-3330


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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