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Music of the French Baroque

When:
October 5, 2014 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
2014-10-05T16:00:00-04:00
2014-10-05T17:30:00-04:00
Cost:
$20; under 18 FREE
Contact:
Roslyn Young Memorial

Paris, during the reign of Louis XV, was a world center of art and culture, where people gathered in sumptuous salons to enjoy chamber music, poetry, song and clever discussion. The extraordinary ensemble, New York-based period instrument group, Circle of Friends, will be performing music from this period on harpsichord, flute, violin & viola da gamba, featuring works by French composers Guillemain, Rameau & Leclair, as well as a Paris quartet by Telemann, and a work the young Mozart, penned while in Paris. Joining the Circle of Friends is the brilliant Grammy-nominated soprano, Nell Snaidas, with a selection of songs from Rameau to Lully. This is the 11th Annual Roslyn Young Memorial Concert, which has found a gracious home at Music at the Meetinghouse.

Entitled “Conversations Galantes et Amusants”, there is a pre-concert lecture in the adjacent Chapel at 3:15 pm.