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Musica Transalpina

The Chapel at West Parish 210 Lowell Street, Andover, MA

This program of scintillating concerti and trio sonatas features the many Italian composers active in German-speaking cities in the early 18th century. Many of them remain rarely heard; because much of the 20th-c. revival of Baroque music was grounded in nationalism, German music scholarship tended to focus on native German composers while steering away from …

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$20 – $25

Bach & Tunes -Multiple Voices for One

Christ Church Cathedral 690 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC

2022 Vancouver Bach Festival - David Greenberg takes us on a musical journey that meanders between Baroque solo violin repertoire and traditional folk-style tunes. David’s rare fluency in both Baroque and Cape Breton playing styles allows him to approach each moment of music in an imaginative and deeply personal way. The end of the Baroque era …

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$15 – $30

Out of the Deep

Christ Church Cathedral 690 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC

2022 Vancouver Bach Festival - Emanating from seventeenth-century Italy, music of the “stylus phantasticus” was free and extravagant, marked by an uninhibited play of the compositional imagination. This programme shows the power and creativity of the fantastical style as it was taken up in the courts and chapels of Germany and Austria, featuring the stunning …

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$18 – $75

Musica Transalpina

Emmanuel Church | Lindsey Chapel 15 Newbury Street, Boston, MA

This program of scintillating concerti and trio sonatas features the many Italian composers active in German-speaking cities in the early 18th century. Many of them remain rarely heard; because much of the 20th-c. revival of Baroque music was grounded in nationalism, German music scholarship tended to focus on native German composers while steering away from …

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$20 – $25

Bach: Four Sonatas and a Concerto

Christ Church Cathedral 690 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC

2022 Vancouver Bach Festival - This program showcases the virtuosic brilliance of violinist Chloe Kim, named as one of Canada’s top 30 under 30 by CBC in 2020 when she was just 23 years old. An early reviewer of J.S. Bach’s now-famous music for unaccompanied violin wrote that it was “perhaps the greatest example in any …

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$15 – $30

Bach: Kaleidoscope/Reimaginations

The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts 6265 Crescent Rd, Vancouver, BC

2022 Vancouver Bach Festival - This programme takes on Bach’s love of adopting other pieces as in Vivaldi’s Concerto for Four Violins and Strings which he reworked for four harpsichords. Bach added at least four extra parts and restructured the fabric like a kaleidoscope which, when directed at a certain object, is reflective and imaginative …

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$18 – $75

The Lonesome Touch: Solo Bach and the Music of East Clare – Virtual Premiere

"The lonesome touch" is a common moniker for the East Clare Irish music tradition, which is considered the oldest surviving regional folk music style in Ireland. Characterized by slower tempi, prevalence of minor keys and modes, and sparse ornamentation, this music has been passed down aurally for hundreds of years. This program for solo violin …

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Free

Tea-Table Miscellany

VanDusen Botanical Garden 5251 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC

2022 Vancouver Bach Festival - The Tea-Table Miscellany is the first printed collection of Scottish songs in the Scots dialectic, though it also contains English-language songs. It features the words of 18th- century poet, dramatist and book-seller Allan Ramsay and contains poetry as well as broadside ballads. The songs in Tea-Table Miscellany were said to be …

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$25 – $50

Bohemian Rhapsody

Cultus Bay Gardens 7568 Cultus Bay Rd, Clinton, WA

Whidbey Island Music Festival Presents- Bohemian Rhapsody: The classical oboe quartet from Krommer to Mozart From Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert and onwards to Brahms, Viennese classicism has become synonymous with “classical music”. Vienna drew composers from far and wide lured to the Imperial City by hopes for royal patronage, wealthy aristocratic patrons and discerning …

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Bohemian Rhapsody

St. Augustine's in-the-woods 5217 Honeymoon Bay Road Freeland, WA 98249, Freeland, WA

Whidbey Island Music Festival Presents- Bohemian Rhapsody: The classical oboe quartet from Krommer to Mozart From Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert and onwards to Brahms, Viennese classicism has become synonymous with “classical music”. Vienna drew composers from far and wide lured to the Imperial City by hopes for royal patronage, wealthy aristocratic patrons and discerning …

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