Beauty in Chaos, Hope in Order

7:00PM, Saturday, January 23, 2021
Heinrich Ignaz Franz BiberSonata No. 5 in E Minor
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger“Toccatta II” and “Bergamasca” from Libro Quatro d’Intavola di Chitarrone
Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli“La Biancuccia” from 6 Sonatas for VIolin and Continuo, Op. 4
Angelo Maria Fiore (attr.)Sonata a violincello solo
Nicola Matteis“Ciaccona” from Ayres for the Violin Part I
Orlando Gibbons“Lord of Salisbury” Pavane
Arcangelo CorelliSonata Op. 5, No. 6 in A Major

Wild, fantastical music burst forth onto the musical scene in the 17th century. Although this music is as exciting as any for modern ears, 17th century composers are rarely household names in the way that their 18th century counterparts –  like Bach and Vivaldi – have become. That often forgotten Baroque music comes to life in this concert which concludes with Corelli, whose 1700 New Year’s Day publication represents the dawning of a new and more structured musical era. As a reflection of 2020, this program explores beauty in disarray, as well as looking forward to a more stable future.

‘Beauty in Chaos, Hope in Order’ was curated by baroque violinist and historical performance specialist Chloe Fedor, recently named to the Lakes Area Music Festival’s roster of Artistic Advisors.

Featured Artists

Chloe Fedor
Violin, Curator
Keiran Campbell
Cello
Adam Cockerham
Theorbo, Baroque Guitar
Elliot Figg
Harpsichord
 
 

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