Classical music

Telemann: The Forgotten Genius of the High Baroque

Part of Classical Season 2017/18

Hear Telemann’s greatest chamber works, the Paris Quartets, juxtaposed with Bach’s trio sonatas in this concert.

Acknowledged to be one of the greatest voices of the baroque period, Telemann’s masterpieces are often neglected in comparison to those of Bach and Handel. Yet Telemann was, if anything, more forward-looking than either of them. Experience his work for yourself in this performance of the Paris Quartets juxtaposed with Bach's trio sonatas.

Performers

The Feinstein Ensemble
Martin Feinstein director, flute
Miki Takahashi violin
Christopher Suckling cello
Robin Bigwood harpsichord

Repertoire

Telemann: Trio Sonata in B minor for flute, viola da gamba & continuo, TWV.42:h4
JS Bach: Trio Sonata in E minor (after Sonata in D minor for organ, BWV.527)
Telemann: Quartet in A for flute, violin, viola da gamba & continuo, `Paris Quartet No.3'
Interval
Telemann: Cello Sonata in D, TWV.41:D6
JS Bach: Trio Sonata in G (after Sonata in E flat for organ, BWV.525)
Telemann: Quartet in E minor for flute, violin, viola da gamba & continuo, `Paris Quartet No.12'

Dates & times

9 Jun 2018
Approximate run time: 135 mins
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where

Purcell Room

Pricing

£19 - £21
Booking fee: £2.50 (Members £0.00)

Concessions

50% off (limited availability)
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