Ensemble Caprice: La Follia & the Gypsies
Ensemble Caprice Explores Gypsy Influence on Renaissance Music
The Juno Award-winning Ensemble Caprice performs an exciting program entitled La Follia & the Gypsies: Gypsy Music in the Renaissance and Baroque Periods
, which the Cleveland Plain Dealer
called "surprising and often delightful, rambunctious music-making." Led by Artistic Directors Matthias Maute and Sophie Larivière, Ensemble Caprice here traces the musical influence of Gypsies on 16th, 17th and 18th-century composers, including works by Ortiz, Schmelzer, Falconieri Telemann and Vivaldi, plus baroque music of Slovakia. A powerful performer and composer in his own right, Maute has been hailed as one of the finest recorder players of his generation.
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The last date listed for Ensemble Caprice: La Follia & the Gypsies was Sunday October 23, 2011 / 4:00pm.
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Swedish recorder virtuoso Dan Laurin has won a Grammy for his mastery of the elegant instrument. At…
St. Mark's has a free parking lot adjacent to the church but I took the #38 Geary to Gough and walked a block and a half to the church.
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