Sydney MUSIC – Brandenburg Ochestra

May 3rd, 2010


Maestro Federico Guglielmo is superb.  This concert is spellbinding and not to be missed – MiSociety

Brandenburg Orchestra – Palazzo Baroque – Series 2 Guest soloist, period violin, Federico Guglielmo (Italy)

  • Fri 7, Sat 8, Wed 12, Fri 14, Sat 15 May all at 7pm
  • Matinee: Sat 15 May at 2pm
  • City Recital Hall, Sydney

MiSociety was at the opening night concert and it was absolutely spellbinding with two encores.  Federico Guglielmo’s performance was one of the best we had heard with Paul Dwyer and the Brandenburg orchestra reaching even greater heights – MiSociety

Sydney City Recital Hall Angel Place
Brandenburg: 02 9328 7581
City Recital Hall: 02 8256 2222

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The Brandenburg celebration continues with a tribute to the sublime beauty of the baroque.

Step inside a sumptuous ‘palazzo’ of Baroque sound on period instuments with Federico Guglielmo, a maestro from Florence.

Immerse yourself in the sheer joy of Pachelbel’s much loved Canon and the Air from Bach’s Orchestral Suite in D an orchestral sigh of profound beauty.

In true party spirit, Paul Dyer will bring a theatrical touch to a Handel concerto, with orchestra members walking and performing between eighteenth century screens.

And then of course there’s the music by Vivaldi brought to life by Federico, whose passion for Venetian baroque has inspired over one hundred recordings.

If Federico says that the Brandenburg plays Vivaldi finer than the Italians, then this is one palazzo party you won’t want to leave!

The Music
Pachelbel  Canon and Gigue in D Major
Telemann Concerto for Violin in G Major, TWV 51:G8
J.S. Bach Orchestral Suite in D Major, BWV 1068
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 Violins in A Major, Op. 3 No. 5
Handel Concerto Grosso in F Major, Op 3 No 4
Handel Passacaglia from Concerto V, HWV 310
Vivaldi Violin Concerto in D Major, RV 222

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