November 2 & 3, 2010 7pm

The Great Hall at the Cincinnati Art Museum

CONCERT:NOVA - TWO PART INVENTION

A festival of the Baroque


This two-night festival of the Baroque will showcase some of the most tantalizing works from the period 1600-1750, a time of dramatic expression and vigorous, highly ornamented art. The music of Bach, Telemann, Rameau, Albinoni, Handel and others will come together to transport you to the world of the rococo. What was a typical concert of the time like? What was happening in the world outside? It was a period of scientific discovery and reasoning, a time of exploration and settlement of new lands. What was the literature, architecture, philosophy and tone of the time?

Program // Part One:
Bach Two-Part Inventions
Bach Three-Part Inventions
Rameau Pieces de Clavecin No.5 (Randolph Bowman, flute; Vivian Montgomery, harpsichord)
Vivaldi Concerto for Oboe and Violin (Dwight Parry, oboe; Mauricio Aguiar, violin)
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.3
Pärt Collage on the Theme B-A-C-H
Bach Arioso from Cantata 156

Program // Part Two:
Bach Two-Part Inventions
Bach Three-Part Inventions
Telemann Paris Quartet #12
Albinoni Sinfonia in G for Strings
Bach Brandenburg No. 2
Barber Capricorn Concerto
Handel Largo from "Xerxes" for strings and winds

Experience the brilliance of c:n soloists Randolph Bowman on flute, Dwight Parry on oboe, Mauricio Aguiar, Tatiana Berman, Gabriel Pegis and Anna Reider on violin along with guest harpsichordist Vivian Montgomery and trumpeters Robert Sullivan and Douglas Lindsay.

TICKETS

Tickets: Call 513-721-ARTS for reservations or click to purchase