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New Trinity Baroque in London - Music of the Forgotten Baroque Masters

When
Wednesday May 18, 2022 at 19:30
Where
St John the Baptist Church, London
Tickets
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  1. Concerto for recorder and strings in A minor - Domenico Natale Sarri
  2. Gloria patri et filio - Giovanni Battista Agneletti
  3. Sonata for recorder and basso continuo in B flat major - Johann Adolf Hasse
  4. Samson and Delilah - Sébastien de Brossard
  5. Sonata for cello and continuo in G major - Nicola Antonio Porpora
  6. Weicht ihr Sorgen aus dem Herzen - Johann Kuhnau

Since 1998, New Trinity Baroque has delighted audiences with its attractive programs, brilliantly performed on period instruments. Described as "artistically satisfying" and "simply dazzling" (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution), New Trinity Baroque has become not only "Atlanta's most adventurous early music ensemble" but also "one of America's premier period groups."

New Trinity Baroque was founded in London as an ensemble of international musicians, focusing on the music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods. It was based in Atlanta, USA, for many years, where it followed its founder and director, Predrag Gosta, but last year it relocated back to London. The group uses period instruments, stylistically appropriate voices, and historically informed techniques. It frequently collaborates with famous soloists - some include soprano Evelyn Tubb, harpsichordist Steven Devine, baroque violinists Bojan Cicic and John Holloway, and many others. The group tours regularly and has visited several Baltic and Balkan countries, appearing at festivals such as the Korkyra Baroque, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and the Varaždin Baroque Evenings in Croatia; Sastamala Gregoriana in Finland; as well as the Sofia Baroque Festival in Bulgaria and the Belgrade Early Music Festival in Serbia. In America, New Trinity Baroque was the ensemble-in-residence of the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston for several years. It also appeared at the Boston and the Amherst Early Music Festivals. The group relocated back to London last year and has started its concert series in London and Oxford.

The number of performers in the ensemble changes according to the repertoire. For this occasion, New Trinity Baroque consists of four members - soprano and baroque violist Ana Torbica, recorder and transverse flute player Meila Tomé, baroque cellist André Laurent O'Neil, as well as the harpsichordist and organist Predrag Gosta. The program includes concertos, sonatas and cantatas by forgotten music masters of the Baroque era but who were recognized in their own right during their lifetimes. By performing carefully selected compositions of these composers, New Trinity Baroque would like to renew the interest in their music. Those composers whose music will be spotlighted at this concert are probably those that were also considered the most prolific - Italians Domenico Natale Sarri, Nicola Porpora and Giovanni Battista Constanzi; Germans Johann Adolf Hasse and Johann Kuhnau; and French composer Sébastien de Brossard.

The concert will be repeated the day after London at the Exeter College Chapel in Oxford.


Venue
St John the Baptist Church
Holland Road
London
London
W14 8AH
England

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