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London Festival of Baroque Music, St John’s Smith Square


London Baroque Music Festival, St. John Smith Square
London Baroque Music Festival, St. John Smith Square

Claudia Prechard

Baroque Pride and Floating is a tonic during tax time, so the week-long 17th and 18th Century Music Festival is a very encouraging prospect.

At St. John Smith Square in Westminster, with beautiful architecture and perfect acoustics, 14 concerts feature Baroque composers JS Bach and Vivaldi, but they are other masters of their time.

Prominent artists include British music crews, including pianist Joanna McGregor, who performs the Bach scam. Goldberg Variations (Friday, May 20, 7 p.m., 30 p.m.), and violinist Rachel Podger will play Vivaldi’s atmosphere with her teammate Brecon Baroque. The four seasons (Saturday, May 21, 7 p.m., 30 p.m.).

Other highlights include the JS Bach virtuosic six Cello Suites (Sat 14 May, 11.30AM) and the performance of Shilo Suites No. 1 and 2 at Vestby that night (Saturday 14 May, 9 ፡ 45) 45) by Erland Weststby.

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Baroque Orchestra on May 18 Southbank Symphony

Between land and sea This year’s festival is the theme of Venice and its important role in this wonderful music era. The festival will kick off with a lively program with Paul Macrich and Gabriel singers and performers. Venice Coronation. This amazing event (Sat 13 May, 7:30 PM) for the Venetian Doge Marino Grimani was revived.

Just a short distance from the original performance, listen to Handel Water music At Southampton’s Symphonia Baroque, he played the music of Theman, Locatelli, and Modern Man (Wednesday, May 18, 7 p.m., 30 p.m.). The next night is the Venetian classic Vespers A.D.

Whichever concerts you choose, we object to a new spring in your action. And good to visit Venice…

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