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Bach & Friends

Bach & Friends

Saturday 7 September, 1.00 pm, free admission

Holy Trinity Church, Broadgate, Coventry, CV1 5EX

Programme:

Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D minor (soloist Rosemary Robinson)

Handel Agrippina Overture

Telemann Klingende Geographie Suite

Come and listen to Warwickshire Baroque at their first concert of the 2019-2020 season: Bach & Friends!

Mr Dulcken’s Concert

Dear Emily,

Just to let you know Mr Dulcken had his first trip out last weekend.  He was the solo harpsichord in a concert with Warwickshire Baroque orchestra.  It took place in Holy Trinity Church in Coventry last Saturday.

Here’s a link to the orchestra’s website.

http://warwickshirebaroque.org

We borrowed a piano trolley and had lots of people to help the loading in Devon and at the concert venue.

It all went well, after we sorted the balance and acoustics.  We ended up playing with Mr Dulcken’s lid up, facing sideways, so the sound went towards the audience.

Here’s some photos- lid on the short stick for the picture.

Rosemary Robinson – soloist Bach harpsichord Concerto in D minor. .

Best wishes,

Jacqui and Michael

www.rondopublishing.co.uk

www.rondoviolacademy.co.uk

A rare concerto for Viola da Gamba…

Not a lot is known about Anton Milling apart from the fact that he lived during the second half of the 18th century. However, his Concerto in D minor for Viola da Gamba is delightful and once again Jacqui Robertson-Wade is the soloist on 28 April, following a great performance of the Telemann Concerto in A minor (together with recorder player Katie Allsop) last summer at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire.

Bach Brandenburg Concertos

A year ago last April we performed Bach’s Brandenburg No. 3 in G for 10 string parts and keyboard; this year, on 28 April, we are presenting Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D for flute, violin and harpsichord. This piece is well known for its extended harpsichord cadenza in the first movement and we are delighted to have Rosemary Robinson to perform this. A concert not to be missed: St. Peter’s Church, Witherly, Leicestershire.