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Saturday, 18 February 8pm
Alix Goolden Performance Hall, 907 Pandora

A concert of uplifting music featuring the young voices of the renowned Victoria Children’s Choir – a perfect tonic to clear away any lingering effects of winter.
Traditionally the Festival’s most popular concert, this year’s program promises to again enlighten and inspire with a program that includes rare performances of Telemann’s vocal music based on stirring Lutheran chorales. Enjoy as well a flute concerto by Johann Heinichen and an overture by Christoph Graupner, and appreciate why these two composers were highly regarded in their time. Telemann’s music then rounds out this concert, including a remarkable concerto for 4 violins and a sonata for viola da gamba and strings in which the Festival’s guest soloist Kenneth Slowik will captivate the audience.

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)
Motet: Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, TWV 8:7

Johann David Heinichen (1683 – 1729)
Concerto for flute, violin, strings and basso continuo in e minor
(possibly by Telemann, TWV 52:e3)

Christoph Graupner (1683 – 1760)
Overture (suite) for strings in a major, GWV 474

Missa Brevis Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott, TWV 9:10

Concerto à 4 Violini no. 1 in G major, TWv 40:201

Suite in D major for viola da gamba, strings and continuo, TWV 55:d6

Soile Stratkauskas – flute
Kenneth Slowik – viola da gamba
Pacific Baroque Festival Ensemble
(Marc Destrubé, violin/director)
Victoria Children’s Choir / St. Christopher Singers
(Madeleine Humer, director)