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Chatham Baroque at Piccolo Spoleto 2019

Chatham Baroque:
Andrew Fouts (violin)
Patricia Halverson (viola da gamba)
Scott Pauley (theorbo & baroque guitar)

 

All performances will be held at
St. Philip’s Church
142 Church St. Charleston, SC 29401

 

Program

 


Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 3:00PM – The Glories of Handel

Soprano Pascale Beaudin makes her Piccolo Spoleto debut in this stunning program that features Georg Frederic Handel’s “Gloria” for soprano and strings. The program also includes the delightful “Softly sweet in Lydian Measures” and Handel’s grand trio sonata in G major for two violins and continuo.

With guests Evan Few (violin) and Pascale Beaudin (soprano)

TICKETS $27.78


Monday, May 27, 2019 at 3:00PM – Vivaldi’s Circle

Trio sonatas and lively dances called ciacconas by Antonio Vivaldi and contemporaries such as Corelli, Fontana and Castello offer a glimpse of the music that would have been heard in churches and villas of 17th century Venice.

With guests Evan Few (violin), Justin Wallace (harpsichord), and Steve Rosenberg (recorder)

TICKETS $27.78


Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 3:00PM – Masters of Innovation

“Masters of Innovation” showcases elements of improvisation and virtuosity with beloved masterpieces by J.S. Bach and his German and Austrian predecessors including Johan Heinrich Schmelzer, Heinrich Biber and Antonio Bertali.

With guest Justin Wallace (harpsichord)

TICKETS $27.78


Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 3:00PM – The Genius of J.S. Bach

“The Genius of J.S. Bach” features the incomparable renown as one of the greatest composers of Western music. Whether found in his large-scale works, sacred works, his solo keyboard works, or his sonatas for small chamber ensemble, guest harpsichordist, Justin Wallace Chatham Baroque for a performance of sonatas, dance suites, and partitas for violin, gamba and harpsichord.

With guest Justin Wallace (harpsichord)

TICKETS $27.78


Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 3:00PM – Beauty Restored; music from the English court of Charles II

Music flourished once again at the English court following the restoration of the English monarchy in 1660. Chatham Baroque presents a varied program of ayres, dances , divisions and arrangements of Scottish folk tune by James Oswald, Francisco Geminiani, Nicola Matteis, and Turlough O’Carolan.

TICKETS $27.78


Friday, May 31, 2019 at 3:00PM – From Europe to Latin America: The Art of the Trio

Chatham Baroque pulls out all the stops in a program of 17th century works by French, Italian, German, and Spanish composers. Highlights include a suite for solo theorbo by Robert de Visee, violin sonatas by Handel, Vivaldi and Rebel and dances from baroque Spain and Latin America.

TICKETS $27.78

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