Baroque Christmas – gentle and full of praise
11.12.2013 at 19:00
Place: Brethern’s Chamber
KÄDY PLAAS soprano
ALINA SAKALOUSKAYA artistic director, mandolin
OKSANA SINKOVA flute
ENE NAEL harpsichord
VILLU VIHERMÄE Baroque cello, comments
A Christmas music programme from the works of High Baroque masters Bach and Händel – from gentle duos to an exultant cantata and well-known Christmas songs.
A concert hall with a cozy atmosphere of Baroque-costumed musicians and candles. A wholly different Baroque concert! Commentary by the performers.
The concert is opened by a child Baroque artist from the Music School of the Old Town Educational College.
Supporters Altia Eesti and Estonia costume rental
In cooperation with Music School of the Old Town Educational College
Ticket 12 € / 8 €, a glass of welcome drink included in the price of admission.
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