What will Baroque performance hold 30 years from now? These tremendous next-generation talents have glimpsed that future.
Paul Dyer would like to introduce Australian audiences to four electrifying young artists who have glanced around the corner and are seeking to define Baroque performance of the future.
At just 11 years of age, violin prodigy Christian Li has already won the Yehudi Menuhin Violin Competition in Europe. These vivacious local musicians are making momentous musical waves across London, New York and Geneva and will ignite the Brandenburg stage as they unite with spirited virtuosity and the immense excitement of infinite musical imagination expressed with boundless youthful energy.
Paul Dyer Artistic Director
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Christian Li violin (Melbourne)
Annie Gard Baroque violin (New York)
Madison Nonoa soprano (Auckland)
Filipe Manu tenor (Auckland)
Highlights to include:
Arne Rise, glory rise
Bach Chaconne from Partita No. 2 in D Minor
Halvorsen Passacaglia for Violin and Viola after Handel
Handel Arias from Julius Ceasar, Jephtha, Alcina, and Ariodante
Vivaldi Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 11, No. 2
Duration: Approximately 2 hours, including one interval.
Under 30 $70
City Recital Hall Member $109
Under 30 $56
Under 30 $41
*Matinee concert only
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