A Portrait of Seventeenth Century London
When - Saturday, October 5th at 8:00 p.m.
Where - All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 504 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
What – A Portrait of Seventh Century London concert by period instrument ensemble Tesserae Baroque celebrates a time and place in London when the city pulsed with a unique musical language influenced by French and Italian styles. The concert features selections from Matthew Locke’s The Tempest,as well as suites, arias, and fantasias by Purcell, Blow, and Tomkins, and boasts some of Los Angeles’ finest period instrument musicians.
This concert is presented in fond memory of Marilyn Morgan. In her honor, all children (17 and under) and students may attend for free.
Tickets available at the door, or in advance at www.tesseraebaroque.org. General Admission $30, Seniors (62+) and SCEMS $25, and kids 17 and under are free.
Who – Music director & harpsichord: Ian Pritchard
Patrick Blackwell: bass
Corey Carleton: soprano
Baroque violins: Andrew McIntosh, Susan Feldman, Heesun Choi, Kako Miura
Baroque viola: Andrew Waid
Baroque cello/viola da gamba: Leif Woodward
Violone/viola da gamba: Malachai Komanoff Bandy
Baroque oboes: Stephen Hammer, Fiona Last
Baroque bassoon: Clay Zeller Townson
Tesserae Baroque is an LA-based ensemble, known for high-quality, historically-informed performances of Renaissance and Baroque repertoire. Sharing the music we love with the communities where we live is important to us, and we have the low-cost and free ticket programs to prove it. Enrich your community by becoming involved with Tesserae through our performances, education projects, and fundraising efforts. Your support is what makes it possible to keep this music accessible to all. Find out more about Tesserae Baroque at www.tesseraebaroque.org, Facebook and Twitter.