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Telemann Quartet in G for flute, oboe, violin & continuo, TWV 43:G2 (from Tafelmusik)
Vivaldi Cello sonata in B flat major No 6 RV46
JC Bach Quintet in D for flute, oboe, violin, cello & harpsichord, Op. 22 No. 1 [WB 76]
Vivaldi Concerto in G minor for violin, flute, oboe, bassoon & continuo, RV107
Fasch Sonata for oboe, recorder, violin and continuo, FaWV N:B1
Telemann Concerto a Quattro in D minor, TWV 43:d3

Ashley Solomon flute, director

A concert of wonderful baroque music given by the famous Florilegium ensemble, and performed by lute, recorder, oboe, violin, cello and harpsichord. Fine baroque sonatas and concert works are accompanied with chamber concertos by Telemann, Vivaldi, JC Bach and Fasch, in music ranging from the early 1700s, to the JC Bach Op. 22 Quintet, published posthumously in 1785.


Clock6.30pm Sunday, 23rd March 2014

Pre-concert Foyer performance: K'antu Ensemble - Sunday 23rd March, 5.45pm

Juan del Encina Amor con Fortuna*
Anon Dindirindin*
del Encina Fata la Parte*
Anon La Tricotea*
del Encina Una Sañosa Porfia*
Pase al Agoa*
Anon Hanacpachap cussicuinin (Ritual Formulario e Institución de Curas)
Gaspar Fernandes Dame Abricia Mano Anton (Cancionero Musical de Gaspar Fernandes)
Juan Arañés Chacona: A la vida bona (Libro segundo de tonos y villancicos)
*Cancionero de Palacio

Ruth Hopkins soprano, Baroque Violin, recorders
Sarah Langdon alto, recorders
Michelle Holloway alto, recorders
Andrew Hopper bass, Baroque cello, Viola da Gamba, recorders
Ben Mitchell tenor, Baroque Guitar
Tymoteusz Jozwiak Plucked Psaltery
Mihaly Benko lute, archlute

K’antu Ensemble are a must for concert-goers with a taste for classical, world or folk music. Their eclectic abilities and multi-instrumental tendencies led them to explore less-trodden territories of early music. The music of Spain and South America seemed like the obvious starting place for combining colourful and energetic elements of folk and world music with historically informed techniques.
They are currently promoting Gusto, their debut CD, which has been featured on BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction,BBC Introducing, Resonance FM’s LSO Soundhub and in Early Music Today Magazine.
Their elegant and magnetic aptitude for texture, enhanced by their vocals and large array of historical instruments including Archlute, Viola da Gamba, Baroque Guitar, Baroque Violin and Recorders, combined with innovation and passion for their art promises a memorable performance.

‘Terrifically interesting and enjoyable… their performances are joyously individual’ Early Music Today Magazine



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