performed by Macomb Symphony Orchestra
Idea of the concerto, an interplay between soloist(s) and orchestra, was”
invented” during the baroque period in the late 17th century. The colors and textures of the Macomb
Symphony Chamber Orchestra will be matched by the brilliance of the soloists
featured, all members of the orchestra.
with us for the Concerto for Harp and
Orchestra by Handel, a rarely heard treat. You can’t imagine a concert of
baroque concertos without one of over 200 by Vivaldi, in this case the Concerto for Two Trumpets and Orchestra, a
brilliant show stopper. J.S. Bach will
be heard from by way of his Brandenburg
Concerto #3, featuring a group partnership
for nine solo strings. And there’s more!
you haven’t had a chance to witness the virtuosity of the MSO soloists, now is
your chance to get “up close and personal.”
Sun. Mar. 26, 3pm
Tickets: $24 ($18 Senior\Student)
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