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Sun. 08 Apr. 2018

2: 30 PM // Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall

Seattle Baroque Orchestra

The Splendor of Dresden

18th-century Dresden was home to some of the finest musicians and composers of the Baroque era, including Johann Georg Pisendel, concertmaster of the exquisite Dresden Court Orchestra. Seattle Baroque Orchestra performs pieces from his bookshelf, highlighting the flute, oboe, and bassoon with soloists Janet See, Curtis Foster, and Nate Helgeson. Experience the golden age of Baroque music through the wind section.

Single tickets go on sale August 1.

 
“Playing on period instruments under Alexander Weimann is never less than ideal.” -Classics Today
 

Program

Length

2 hours with one intermission

Harpsichord

Alexander Weimann, Music Director

Flute

Janet See

Oboe

Curtis Foster

Bassoon

Nate Helgeson

Orchestra Musicians

Linda Melsted, Concertmaster
Christine Wilkinson-Beckman, violin
Tomà Iliev, violin
Courtney Kuroda, violin
Corey Pokorny, violin
Janet Strauss, violin
Laurie Wells, violin
Joanna Hood, viola
Romaric Pokorny, viola
Nathan Whittaker, cello
Meg Brennand, cello
Curtis Daily, bass

 
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