Get swept up by the eternal groove of Baroque dances. The enduring appeal of these dance forms continues to influence music composed today, and, though some of the forms pre-date the Baroque, these 17th and 18th century examples remain the quintessential archetypes. Artistic advisor and baroque violinist, Chloe Fedor, returns to Minnesota to lead this concert that is part folk and part royal court.
We look forward to welcoming you to our concerts! After our experience this past summer, LAMF plans to proceed with a Winter Series, adopting emerging industry standards for concert protocols. These precautions include:
- Showing proof of vaccination card, or negative COVID test upon entry to any venue (testing available onsite)
- Mask requirement for audience for the duration of the performance
- Audience capacity limited to 50%, with room for social distance seating
- More information and details about these and other precautions are available at our COVID protocols page.
All LAMF musicians have been vaccinated and will be tested for COVID-19 prior to rehearsals and on the day of the performance; as a result, they may perform without masks.
This concert is sponsored in part by the Tea Spot, and Ameriprise Financial.