Music City Baroque is glad to be part of the Nashville Symphony's Free Day of Music, an event with free performances by local musicians throughout the beautiful Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Don't miss our performance on the main stage at 1:45 — and check out the link below for information on the event and all of the other telented groups that will be performing.
Nashville Symphony Free Day of Music
Saturday, October 22, 1:45 p.m.
Laura Turner Concert Hall
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
1 Symphony Place
For details on the Free Day of Music, visit the Nashville Symphony.
Our fall concert opens with music from a different Four Seasons, with the "Autumn" concerto for three violins by Giovanni Antonio Guido. An Italian composer living in France, Guido's Four Seasons may even predate the more famous work by Antonio Vivaldi.
Also on the program is dance music from two operas: Handel's Alcina and Purcell's The Fairy Queen. Flautist Jessica Dunnavant will perform a concerto by Vivaldi, titled "La Notte."
The program ends with music from Jean-Féry Rebel's Les Elements. In this remarkable work Rebel depicts through music the four elements — Fire, Water, Earth, and Air — as they emerge from chaos and bring their own characters to the world.