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Wonders of the Heart: Baroque Music about Love by J.S. Bach, Barbara Strozzi, and Charpentier (Denver)
November 11, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$12 – $22
The Wonders of the Heart: Music About Love
Music by J.S. Bach, Telemann, Vivaldi, Barbara Strozzi, Charpentier and Couperin
Join the Colorado Chamber Players in an all-Baroque program as we celebrate different aspects of love, featuring soprano Amanda Balestrieri. From Bach’s love of God, to Telemann’s depiction of Sancho Panza’s adoration of Don Quixote, to Strozzi’s vengeful love, to Médée’s bitter love of Jason, to Vivaldi’s vision of pure love, we present a wide compendium of expressive love, all about wonders of the heart.
Join us for a reception after the concert!
TICKETS: Please note: due to renovation delays at First Universalist, this concert will now take place at Denver School of the Arts Concert Hall, 7111 Montview Blvd, Denver. Tickets sales are still being handled by First Universalist Church. Click on this link to First Universalist Church of Denver for online advance tickets. Please note: advance tickets are $12 students/seniors and $18 general. At the door, prices go up to $15 students/seniors and $22 General. Buy tickets early and save money!
François Couperin: Trio Sonata in e minor La Pucelle for Two Violins and Continuo
Barbara Strozzi: Three Songs for Soprano, Two Violins and Continuo
Costume de Grandi, op. 2, no.4
L’amante segreto, op. 2, no. 16
La Vendetta, op. 2, no. 9
Johann Sebastian Bach: Excerpts from Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze Schwimmt in Blut
Recitative and Aria: Tief gebuckt und voller Reue
Recitative and Chorale: Ich, dein betrubtes Kind
Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Aria from Médée: Quel prix de mon amour, for Soprano, strings and Continuo
Georg Philip Telemann: Burlesque de Quixotte, TWV 55:G10, Suite for Two Violins, Viola, Cello, and Continuo
Antonio Vivaldi: Nulla in mundo pax sincera, RV 630, Motet for Soprano, Strings and Continuo
Amanda Balestrieri, Soprano
Paul Primus, Baroque Violin/Viola
Barbara Hamilton, Baroque Violin/Viola
Carla Sciaky, Baroque Violin
Emily Bowman, Baroque Viola
Joy Adams, Baroque Cello
Candace Magner, Baroque Guitar
Eric Wicks, Continuo
Photo credits: Willie Petersen, Colin McKinley, Amanda Tipton, Tina Gutierrez