£12.00 – £26.00
Call 020 7222 1061
Visit St John’s Smith Square, Westminster, London SW1P 3HA
The music of the Baroque era is a celebration of virtuosity: flush with ornamentation, laced with ostentation and thick with harmony. For this special concert, our musicians and acclaimed harpsichordist Jonathan Cohen (Arcangelo) will perform a selection of exuberant chamber pieces. You’ll experience vivacious concerti by Corelli, Locatelli and Vivaldi, and violin sonatas by Corelli and Biber, guided by Cohen’s passion and expertise.
Jonathan Cohen is an acclaimed cellist, harpsichordist and guest director, and founder and Artistic Director of Arcangelo, the celebrated London-based early music ensemble known for their performance and recordings of Baroque and Classical repertoire. Cohen is also Artistic Director of Tetbury Music Festival, Artistic Partner of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (Minnesota, US), Music Director Designate of Les Violons du Roy (Canada), and Associate Conductor of Les Arts Florissants.
Concerto Grosso Op. 3, No. 2, RV 578 in G minor
Violin Sonata Op.5, No. 10 in F major
Concerto Grosso Op.7, No. 6 in E-flat major (‘Il pianto d’Arianna’)
Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 5 in B-flat major
Rosary Sonata No. 6 in C minor (‘The Agony in the Garden’)
Concerto Grosso Op. 4 in C minor
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What to Expect
If this is your first time attending a Scottish Ensemble performance and you’re not quite sure what to expect, you may be interested in the What to Expect page on our website.
The programme for this concert will be available online before the concert and large print and audio versions can be provided on request.
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