Series Baroque evenings of St. Mauritius “Wonderful Italians”
BROTHERHOOD OF THE BLACKHEADS HOUSE
Series BAROQUE EVENINGS OF ST. MAURITIUS
Meelis Orgse (Baroque violin)
Alina Sakalouskaya (artistic director, mandolin)
Oksana Sinkova (flute)
Ene Nael (harpsichord)
Villu Vihermäe (Baroque cello, comments)
Sonatas and ensembles by Arcangelo Corelli, Francesco Geminiani and Domenico Scarlatti.
The bright sunshine of Italian music brings spring to the Baroque series. In addition to the St. Mauritius ensemble, the fervent Italian emotions are showcased also by Estonia’s own Baroque violin virtuoso Meelis Orgse. His exact and elaborately fine-tuned play style is the best way to perform this music.
A concert hall with a cozy atmosphere of Baroque-costumed musicians and candles. A wholly different Baroque concert! Commentary by the performers.
In cooperation with Old Town Music School.
Main sponsor of the season is Altia Eesti
Tickets 12 €/ 8 €, a glass of welcome drink included in the price of admission.
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