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GEMS FROM BAROQUE DRESDEN | FLORENCE ON THE ELBE

September 25 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT

$25

MOUNTAINSIDE BAROQUE 22-23 SEASON BEGINS ON SEPT. 24 AND 25

On Sunday, September 25, GEMS FROM BAROQUE DRESDEN | FLORENCE ON THE ELBE at 4 PM at The Shrine of Ss. Peter and Paul (Cumberland) visits the Hofkapelle in Dresden, one of the most lavishly endowed courts in Europe, boasting a roster of musicians and artists that would have been the envy of any court in Europe. The large orchestra, led by violin virtuoso, Georg Pisendel, was especially famous, and drew composers such as Vivaldi and Telemann to write concerti specifically for him at Dresden. Violinist Cynthia Roberts will lead the full Baroque orchestra. Other soloists will be Rodrigo Tarraza, Baroque flute, and Chris Caudill and Rachel Niketopoulos on natural horn.

Details

Date:
September 25
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$25
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Organizer

Mountainside Baroque
Phone:
301-338-2940
Email:
mountainsidebaroque@mindspring.com
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Contact Name
Pat Nordstrom
Contact Phone
3013382940
Contact Email
mountainside@mountainsidebaroque.org
Performers/Faculty
Cynthia Roberts, Rodrigo Tarraza, Chris Caudill, Rachel Niketopoulos

Venue

Shrine of SS. Peter and Paul
125 Smallwood
Cumberland, MD 21502 United States
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Phone:
3013382940

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