Carolina Pro Musica celebrates its 45th season with music of friends

Carolina Pro Musica opens Season 45 with a program of 18th-century music entitled Friends & Colleagues. It features works by friends Bach, and Telemann with Sung Lee, baroque oboe, and traverso and Janelle Davis, baroque violin, and cello. Vocal works include sacred and secular compositions by Bach with a variety of wind instruments including the only work Bach ever composed for three flutes. Telemann’s instrumental works include two concertos for violin, recorder, oboe plus continuo, and a delightful trio for treble viol da gamba and recorder. The concert is Friday, October 21, 2022, at 7:30 PM. St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 1001 Queens Road, Charlotte, NC 28207. Tickets ($16 regular admission, $8.00 students or seniors) are available online or at the door. More information and ticket purchase:

Carolina Pro Musica
KAREN HITE JACOB, director, harpsichord,
HOLLY WRIGHT MAURER, treble and bass violas da gamba, traverso (baroque flute)
EDWARD FERRELL, recorder, traverso
GUEST ARTISTS: JANELLE DAVIS, baroque violin, cello
SUNG LEE, baroque oboe, traverso

Carolina Pro Musica was founded in 1977 to perform “Early music” – using period instruments and voice in the styles of the musical periods in which it was written.

This concert will be repeated on the Arts at the Abbey Series, October 24, 2022, 8:00 PM. Belmont Abbey, Belmont NC 28012. The concert will also be live streamed

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