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Sunday, July 31, 2022 • 3:00 PM

Beyond Bach

Prelude Lecture by Michael Gerdes · 2:00 PM · The JAI

Part of

The Baker-Baum Concert Hall

The Baroque period contains riches that inspired composers above any other. We begin with J.S Bach’s immortal concerto for two violins, and continue to explore some of the most captivating pieces of his era and beyond, with C.P.E. Bach’s (his son) Cello Concerto, Biber’s brilliant and irreverent Battalia, a commentary on the Thirty Year War that engulfed Europe at the time, and Grosso Mogul, Vivaldi’s fiery and dazzling concerto.

FALCONIERI
Chaconne in G Major

J.S. BACH
Concerto in D Minor for Two Violins and Strings, BWV 1043

C.P.E. BACH
Cello Concerto in A Major

BIBER
Battalia à 9

RODERICUS
Angelorum Psalat

RAVEL
Lent from Sonata for Violin and Cello, M. 73

C.P.E. BACH
Presto in C Minor, Wq. 114 No. 3, H. 230

VIVALDI
Violin Concerto in D Major, RV 208 “Grosso Mogul”

Artists on this program

Heejeon Ahn

violin

Doug Balliett

bass

Jay Campbell

cello

Liza Ferschtman

violin

Francisco Fullana

violin

Katherine Hatmaker

violin

Tessa Lark

violin

Sung Jin Lee

viola

Paul Holmes Morton

theorbo

Johannes Moser

cello

Richard O'Neill

viola

Simone Porter

violin

Blake Pouliot

violin

Masumi Per Rostad

viola

SummerFest Baroque Ensemble
Ruben Valenzuela

harpsichord

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