Seattle Baroque Orchestra: Dresden Concertos
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine & the Seattle Baroque Orchestra
The Seattle Baroque Orchestra welcomes acclaimed soloist Rachel Barton Pine as guest director, as she puts down her trusty violin and picks up the viola d'amore, a seven-stringed 18th-century instrument, for this special concert of Dresden Concertos. A well-known composer, recording artist and violinist who at 17, became the youngest musician and the first American ever to win the J.S. Bach International competition, Pine has racked up several prizes since, released a number of well-received albums and performed with some of the world's major orchestras. For this performance, she'll lead the strings, baroque oboes and natural horns of the orchestra through works by Vivaldi, Telemann and Handel.
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The last date listed for Seattle Baroque Orchestra: Dresden Concertos was Saturday January 18, 2014 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Town Hall Seattle, Great Hall
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Quotes & Highlights
“Rachel Barton Pine really may be the most charismatic, the most virtuosic, and the most compelling American violinist of her generation.” —All Music Guide
Attend the pre-concert lecture beginning at 7:00pm.
About the Ticket Supplier: Early Music Guild
Early Music Guild's mission is to advance our community's appreciation for music from the Middle Ages through the 18th century by providing performances, support, and education.