The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: The Wisconsin Baroque Ensemble will perform instrumental and vocal early music by Vivaldi, Telemann, Monteverdi and other composers this Sunday afternoon. | February 6, 2014

By Jacob Stockinger

The Wisconsin Baroque Ensemble, the early music group based in Madison, will perform a concert of instrumental and vocal chamber music on Sunday, February 9, at 3 p.m. in the historic Gates of Heaven Synagogue (below), 300 East Gorham Street, in James Madison Park in downtown Madison.

Gates of Heaven

Performers in the Wisconsin Baroque Ensemble include:  University of Wisconsin-Madison Mimmi Fulmer, soprano; Consuelo Sañudo, mezzo-soprano; Theresa Koenig, recorder and baroque bassoon; Brett Lipshutz, traverse and recorder; Mary Perkinson, baroque violin; Monica Steger, traverse and recorder; Eric Miller, viola da gamba and baroque cello; Anton TenWolde, baroque cello; and Max Yount, harpsichord.

Wisconsin Baroque Ensemble composite

Tickets at the door only are $15 ($10 for students). Feel free to bring your own chair or pillow. For more information 608-238-5126 or visit www.wisconsinbaroque.org

The program consists of:

1.    Louis-Antoine Dornel – Sonate en Quattuor

2.    Claudio Monteverdi – “Lamento d’Arianna

3.    Johann Mattheson – Sonata for three recorders, Opus 1, No. 5

4.    Georg Philipp Telemann – Sonata 1 from “Six Quatuors” (Paris Quartets) TWV42:A1

INTERMISSION

5.    Sigismondo d’India – “Dove potro”

“Chi nudrisce”

6.    Michel Corette – Sonata in E minor, Opus 25, No. 4: “Les Amusements D’Appollon Chez Le Roi Admete”

7.    Antonio Vivaldi – “Pianti, sospiri”, RV 676

8.    Joseph Bodin de Boismortier – “Balets de Village en Trio,” Opus 52, No. 1

 

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