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Salish Sea Early Music Festival: Baroque Winds
April 25 @ 7:00 pm
The Salish Sea Early Music Festival presents Baroque Winds with recorder player Vicki Boeckman, baroque oboist Sand Dalton (pictured here), baroque flutist Jeffrey Cohan, cellist Caroline Nicolasand harpsichordist Jonathan Oddiein this performance of rarely-heard chamber music from the 18th century for flute, recorder and oboe with cello and harpsichord. Please see the complete schedule of upcoming Tacoma performances below.
Chamber music by German, French and Italian composers Antonio Vivaldi, Joseph Bodin de Boismorter, Fortunato Riedel, Johann Joachim Quantzand Georg Philipp Telemann for a variety of instrumental combinations will be performed by specialists on early wind instruments, which are significantly different from their modern counterparts.
Suggested donation: $15, $20 or $25 (a free will offering), 18 & under free.
Upcoming performances at St. Luke’s Memorial Episcopal Church in Tacoma. All concerts begin at 7 p.m.
- Thursday, April 25: Baroque Winds: Chamber music for recorder, oboe and flute with Vicki Boekman (recorder), Sand Dalton (oboe), Caroline Nicolas (baroque cello), Jeffrey Cohan (baroque flute) and Jonathan Oddie (harpsichord).
- Thursday, May 9: JEST: The many-decades-seasoned Jeffrey-Elisabeth-Susie Trio offers an oldies but goodies program of 18th-century masterworks by Bach, Rameau and others, featuring internationally known guests Susie Napper (viola da gamba) and Elisabeth Wright (harpsichord) with Jeffrey Cohan (baroque flute).
- Thursday, May 23: Bach’s Triple Concerto: Carrie Krause (baroque violin), Courtney Kuroda (baroque violin), Steven Creswell (baroque viola), Caroline Nicolas (baroque cello) and Jonathan Oddie (harpsichord) perform one of the greatest orchestral works of the 18thcentury in this program of concerti.
- Tuesday, June 4: Early 17th-Century Canzonas: Transitional late renaissance/early baroque chamber music with Anna Marsh (dulcian or renaissance bassoon), Shulamit Kleinerman (renaissance violin), John Lenti (theorbo & baroque guitar) and Jeffrey Cohan (renaissance transverse flute).
- Sunday, June 16: Late 18th-Century Quartets: Jonathan Oddie (harpsichord), Stephen Creswell (violin and viola), Caroline Nicolas (cello) and Jeffrey Cohan (one-keyed flute) perform little-heard quartets by J.C. Bach, Joseph Haydn, C.P.E. Bach and others.