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337 Kingsbury EnsembleItalian courts of the 17th century were brilliant cultural centers which attracted many musicians, artists and thinkers from all European countries. The influence of the Italian style is therefore felt well beyond the country's borders, particularly in Germany and France, in the music of composers such as Biber, Handel, Philidor and Rosenmuller. Our program illustrates the virtuosic, emotional qualities of the Italian style and its importance in the evolution of European Baroque music.

Clea Galhano, recorder
Margaret Humphrey, violin
Kenneth Kulosa, cello
Maryse Carlin, harpsichord

 



The Italian courts of the 17th century were brilliant cultural centers which attracted many musicians, artists and thinkers from all European countries. The influence of the Italian style is therefore felt well beyond the country's borders, particularly in Germany and France, in the music of composers such as Biber, Handel, Philidor and Rosenmuller. Our program illustrates the virtuosic, emotional qualities of the Italian style and its importance in the evolution of European Baroque music.

Midtown Concerts sponsors lunchtime performances of music of the 18th century and earlier. Ensembles are chosen by a panel of early music specialists from the metropolitan area.

Time: Thursdays, 1:15 – 2:00 pm
All concerts are free; no tickets or reservations are necessary.

Concerts are currently live streamed, followed by an intimate chat on Zoom.