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Double Trouble-Bach, Vivaldi & More at Music of the Baroque

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2/28/2021

Theatre

Music of the Baroque




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Double Trouble-Bach, Vivaldi & More
Sunday, FEBRUARY 28, 7:30 PM CST
North Shore Center for the Performing Arts
9501 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie

CORELLI Concerto grosso in F Major, op. 6, no. 2
VIVALDI Concerto for 2 violins in A Minor
HANDEL Concerto grosso in E Minor, op. 6, no. 3
J.S. BACH Concerto for 2 violins in D Minor

Kathleen Brauer, violin and co-director
Kevin Case, violin and co-director
Music of the Baroque Orchestra

News About Double Trouble-Bach, Vivaldi & More at Music of the Baroque


Music of the Baroque Continues 50th Anniversary Season With DOUBLE TROUBLE-BACH, VIVALDI & More ArticleMusic of the Baroque Continues 50th Anniversary Season With DOUBLE TROUBLE-BACH, VIVALDI & More
February 01, 2021

Music of the Baroque is continuing its revised 50th anniversary season in February with Double Trouble-Bach, Vivaldi, & More, co-directed by Kathleen Brauer and Kevin Case. The Music of the Baroque Orchestra bands together for a lively and driving program of Baroque instrumental works.

Music of the Baroque Launches Revised 2020-21 Season With Vivaldi's 'Four Seasons', Continues With 'Double Trouble' ArticleMusic of the Baroque Launches Revised 2020-21 Season With Vivaldi's 'Four Seasons', Continues With 'Double Trouble'
January 04, 2021

Music of the Baroque kicks off its revised 50th anniversary season in January with Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Elliott Golub Honorary Concertmaster Chair Gina DiBello leads members of the Music of the Baroque Orchestra in Vivaldi's evocative musical journey through the different times of the year.

Music Of The Baroque Announces Further Revisions To 50th Anniversary Season ArticleMusic Of The Baroque Announces Further Revisions To 50th Anniversary Season
November 10, 2020

Music of the Baroque today announced that due to the current pandemic, the difficulty for travel for international conductors and soloists, and the need to maintain safety for musicians and audience, the repertoire for the 2020-21 season-the ensemble's 50th-will be revised.

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