When Love Enflames the Heart: Passion and Rage in Baroque France

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Galbreath Chapel
2040 Washington Rd
15241 Upper St. Clair , PA
Pennsylvania
Friday, February 3, 2017 - 7:30pm

Experience the splendor, decadence and amour of the French courts of Louis XIV and XV. Major works include the gripping cantata Médée by Louis-Nicolas Clerambault; a delicious sonata for violin by Elizabeth Claude Jacquet de la Guerre; and a rarely heard quartet for flute, violin, viol, and continuo by Louis-Gabriel Guillemain. With Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Stephen Schultz (baroque flute), and Andrew Appel (harpsichord).

  • Galbreath Chapel is located at the south end of the Westminster campus, near the corner of Devonwood Drive and Washington Road. There is a large parking lot across Devonwood from the church. The south (office) entrance leads directly to the chapel. Wheelchair accessible parking is available directly near the office entrance.