Marc Destrubé (violin)
Soile Stratkauskas (flute)
Kenneth Slowik (viola da gamba)
Natalie Mackie (viola da gamba)
Michael Jarvis (harpsichord)

Friday, 17 February 8pm
Alix Goolden Performance Hall, 907 Pandora

An entertaining evening to relish some of Telemann’s most beloved chamber music. Georg Philipp Telemann’s ‘Paris Quartets’ are considered to be some of the finest chamber works ever written. Three of these gems will feature in this concert, performed by five of North America’s outstanding baroque musicians: viola da gambists Kenneth Slowik and Natalie Mackie, Soile Stratkauskas (flute), Michael Jarvis (harpsichord), and Festival Artistic Director Marc Destrubé (violin).

“Telemann’s so-called twelve ‘Paris Quartets’ are amongst the most beguiling chamber works of the late-Baroque period…” Lindsay Kemp, Gramophone

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)
Premier Quatuor (‘Paris’ Quartet no. 7) in D Major,TWV 43:D3,
from ‘Nouveaux quatuors en six suites’ (Paris, 1738)

Sonata for flute and violin in G Major, TWV 40:111,
from ‘Der Getreuer Musikmeister’ (1728)

Sonata l (‘Paris’ Quartet no. 3), in a major, for flute, violin, viola da gamba
& continuo, TWV 43:a11, from ‘Quadri’ (Hamburg, 1730)

Sixième Quatuor (‘Paris’ Quartet no. 12) in e minor, TWV 43:e4,
from ‘Nouveaux Quatuors en six suites’, from Nouveaux Quatuors

Johann Schenk (1660 – 1712)
sonata Xi in G Major for two solo violas da gamba,
from Le Nymphe de Rheno, op.8

Festival tickets on sale now.
Ivy’s Bookshop (2188 Oak Bay Ave), Munro’s Books (1108 Government St)
Long & McQuade (756 Hillside Ave), Tanner’s Books (Sidney)
Christ Church Cathedral Office (930 Burdett Ave) and on-line.

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Pacific Baroque Festival 2017.