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    Brilliant Baroque Chestnut Hill

    Vox Ama Deus

    Where:
    8000 St. Martin’s Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19118
    When:
    • Friday March 22nd 2019, 8:00pm to 9:30pm
    Soloists: Thomas DiSarlo (violin), Steven Zohn (transverse flute), Rainer Beckmann (recorder)

    Concerto in a minor for Flute and Strings, “Il Gran Mogol”, RV 431a Antonio Vivaldi
    Concerto for Violin in e minor, Op. 1, No. 7, Bre6 Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello
    Concerto in D Major for Recorder
    (after BWV 1053, BWV 169, BWV 49) J.S. Bach
    Concerto in e minor for Recorder and Flute , TWV 52:e1 Georg Philipp Telemann
    Concerto for Violin in A Major, Op. 1, No. 11, Bre11 Brescianello
    Orchestral Suite in b minor, BWV 1067 J.S. Bach

    A first in Camerata Ama Deus programming, we feature together on stage the Baroque flute and recorder (both in solo and double concerti) in an array of gems by German and Venetian composers for violin, transverse flute, recorder and strings. Premiering two lively works by Venetian master Giuseppe Brescianello, and ending with Bach’s fabulous orchestral dance suite. All with Maestro’s charming and engaging “live notes”!
    TICKETS
    $10 - $30
    CONTACT
    Paul Marchesano
    610-688-2800

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