Panettone or Bouche de Noël? Festive ‘sweetmeats’
Baroque In The North presents an exciting multi-instrument programme that includes tracks from their debut album Music for French Kings. Be prepared to fly from Versailles to Rome, with works by Esprit-Philippe and Nicholas Chédeville, Antonio Vivaldi and Arcangelo Corelli. Come along to discover who really composed Domenico Scarlatti’s Op. 4 and enjoy a little Advent spirit with some French Noëls. With works for harpsichord, recorder, violin, cello and musette (18th century French bagpipes!) there will be something for all.
‘Amanda Babington is an accomplished [musette] virtuoso who is exploring its extensive repertoire’ BBC Music Magazine
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