Baroque von Weimann
Sunday, February 27, 2011, 2 pm
St. Andrew's United Church (corner of Coburg and Robie), Halifax
Featuring: Alexander Weimann, conductor / harpsichord
Robert Uchida, violin
Patricia Creighton, flute
J.C. Bach: Double Orchestra Symphony in E
J.S. Bach: Triple Concerto for Flute, Violin and Harpsichord
Haydn: Symphony no. 15 in D
Vivaldi arr. J.S. Bach / Weimann: Concerto for Four Violins
Berlin-based conductor-harpsichordist Alexander Weimann is one of the world’s top harpsichordists.
He conducts and performs with Symphony Nova Scotia in an afternoon of German baroque classics, including music from Haydn and the Bach family.
Generously supported by the Bill Mingo Baroque Fund.
Watch a performance of J.S. Bach's Triple Concerto here.
Find out more about Alexander online here.
Tickets: $43-52 (HST included). Or, buy a ticket package and save up to 30%.
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