'Baroque Wind Trio Extravaganza'
Italian composer Giovanni Battista Sammartini, one of the most visionary figures of 16th century concert symphony, left behind a vast catalog of operas and sonatas upon his death. Many were lost in his hometown, Milan, until researchers unearthed them in 1913 and began scouting Europe for the remaining surviving scores. Now Gregory Bynum (recorder), Andrew Blotowsky (Baroque flute), and Paula Rand (Baroque bassoon) will pay tribute to many of his beautiful trios, as well as offer selected works from Haydn, Purcell, and Telemann.
Sat., June 6, 4 p.m., 2009
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