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UTSA En Vivo: A Night of Baroque Music

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 James C. Scott, flute, is joined by Nadia Soree, harpsichord, for a rare, authentic performance of music from the Baroque era as part of UTSA Arts' En Vivo Guest Artist Series. The program includes two rarely performed works, Sonata in C Minor, No. 190, composed by King Frederick the Great of Prussia, and François Coupin’s Neuvième Concert, Intitulé Ritratto dell’ amore, and Trio Sonata in G Major, BWV 1039 and Sonata in B Minor, BWV 1030 by Johann Sebastian Bach. Experience a night of Baroque music in the UTSA Recital Hall for free admission!

 James C. Scott, flute, is joined by Nadia Soree, harpsichord, for a rare, authentic performance of music from the Baroque era as part of UTSA Arts' En Vivo Guest Artist Series. The program includes two rarely performed works, Sonata in C Minor, No. 190, composed by King Frederick the Great of Prussia, and François Coupin’s Neuvième Concert, Intitulé Ritratto dell’ amore, and Trio Sonata in G Major, BWV 1039 and Sonata in B Minor, BWV 1030 by Johann Sebastian Bach. Experience a night of Baroque music in the UTSA Recital Hall for free admission!

When & Where
Feb 26, 2024, 7:30pm to 8:30pm Timezone: CST
Free

No Registration required! Just show up!

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