The LOS ANGELES BAROQUE PLAYERS will perform
at the EDENDALE UP CLOSE Concert Series at the
Edendale Branch Library-Los Angeles Public Library
in Echo Park
Saturday APRIL 26, 2014
Time: Noon to 1 pm.
A COMMUNITY CONCERT
at the Edendale Branch LIbrary (LAPL)
2011 W. Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90026
info (213) 207-3000
Concert in the Community Room.
Free parking in the library lot.
Program will feature
Quartet in G Major from Tafelmusik, Book 1
by TELEMANN, and music by
MOLTER, CORELLI and others.
Tony Brazier, baroque flute
Paul Sherman, baroque oboe
Adriana Zoppo, baroque violin
Alexa Pilon, baroque cello
Ian Pritchard, harpsichord
LA Baroque Players:
Organized in the Spring of 1983, the group is recognized
as an important early music ensemble. All share a common interest in bringing to audiences definitive
performances of early music.
The Los Angeles Baroque Players perform on period instruments or replicas of instruments used in the 17th and 18th centuries. The effects produced are subtler, less harsh than those created by modern instruments. The one
keyed transverse flute is crafted of wood, the violin is strung with gut strings and is played with a baroque bow, the baroque cello is also strung with gut strings and is played with a baroque bow as well. The harpsichords they use are based on historical prototypes by makers Roberts & Brazier of the Harpsichord Center.
This concert is made possible by a grant
from THE HENNINGS-FISCHER FOUNDATION.
The Edendale Library Friends Society will provide
refreshments following the concert.
Updated info will be posted at
EDENDALE BRANCH LIBRARY Website:
Map & Driving/Transit Info:
This concert is presented by
Kewa Civic Concerts http://kewaconcerts.blogspot.com/
a non-profit fiscally sponsored by the
Pasadena Arts Council EMERGE Fiscal Sponsorship
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