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05-May-2010
La Fiocco - Italian and English Delights for Recorder and Friends**
Wednesday, May 5th, 6:15 PM, St. Agnes, NYC

Lewis R. Baratz will be making a New York City debut as recorder soloist with La Fiocco on Wednesday, May 5th at 6:15 PM as part of the St. Agnes one-hour "rush hour" concert series. In addition to La Fiocco artist Rachel Evans (baroque violin), period instrument luminaries Marc Levine (baroque violin), Walter Hansen (baroque viola), Elizabeth Weinfeld (viola da gamba), Benjamin Wolff (baroque cello), Hank Heijink (theorbo and baroque guitar), B. Andrew Mills (chamber organ)m Kelly Savage, harpsichord, and Ronald Evans (dulcian and baroque bassoon) will be featured guest artists.

The program will comprise a concerto for alto recorder, strings, and continuo by Francesco Mancini, concertos for sixth flute (soprano recorder in d'') by William Babell and John Baston, a triosonata by Isabella Leonarda (played on voice flute, violin, and continuo), a Sonata for recorder and continuo by the early 17th-century Italian composer, Giovanni Battista Fontana, a fantasia for dulcian and continuo for Bartolomeo de Selma, Canzone for recorder, dulcian and continuo by Giovanni Battista Riccio, and theorbo solos by Johannes Kapsberge .   

 La Fiocco** will be presenting a program of concertos and other works for recorder on Wednesday, May 5th at 6:15 PM as part of the St. Agnes one-hour "rush hour" concert series. 

St. Agnes, 143 East. 43rd Street, New York, New York 10017

Suggested donation: $20.00

**La Fiocco is a member of the Guild for Early Music

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December 26 2014
Dec-26-2014
Friday, December 26, 2014, 3PM
The Historic Trenton Friends Meeting House presents a PATRIOTS' WEEK Concert entitled  "A Delightful Recreation" performed by The Practitioners of Musick,** John Burkhalter, recorders and Donovan Klotzbeacher, harpsichord.  Works by Reinagle, Hewitt, Phile, Handel, Storace, Hopkinson and other masters.

Free admission.

The Historic Trenton Friends Meeting House, 142 East Hanover Street, Trenton, New Jersey.

For additional information call the Friends Meeting House (609) 443-3782 or visit patriotsweek.com.

**The Practitioners of Musick is a member of the Guild for Early Music.


**Denotes member of the Guild for Early Music