A Celebration of Bach: Duo Dorado

Details

Venue St Mary's Church, Totnes

Running time 120 minutes

Prices

Advance tickets £13 and Under 18s £5
On the door tickets £14 and Under 18s £5
Suggested age guidance 10+ years

Full details on booking and visiting

Next date 9th March 7:30 pm

About this event

This concert is part of the Totnes Early Music Society Season 2018/19. Celebrate the wonderful music by J.S.Bach for violin and harpsichord with an outstanding pair of musicians!

Some glorious music from the composer described in his day as ‘the Miracle of Leipzig’, From violin sonatas with basso continuo to solos for each instrument, this wide-ranging programme includes the great Sonata in A major for violin and keyboard, the beautiful G major Basso Continuo Sonata, and a highlight from The Art of Fugue.

TEMS is thrilled to bring Hazel Brooks (baroque violin) and David Pollock (harpsichord) back to TEMS after a ten year gap. They have performed extensively in the UK and beyond, and their current project exploring 17th century English repertoire has led to some ground-breaking recordings, the latest being The Unknown Purcell for Chandos. See: www.duodorado.co.uk

This is the fifth concert in the new season from Totnes Early Music Society (TEMS) – see below for further concerts in this series. TEMS Members save at least one third on ticket prices: for more information see totnesearlymusic.org.uk.

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