Microphilharmonic's Alice Blankenship and her Baroque colleagues offer up another historically-informed performance of music from the Italian Baroque. From the earliest Sonata ever published for the violin by Giovanni Paolo Cima (1570-1630), to the cherished Concerti Opus 11 of Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), this musical journey will highlight the tender, the elegant, the poignant, and the wonderfully virtuosic music of Italy in the 17th and 18th centuries.
This concert is eligible for The Shedd's Free Shedd Classical Tickets for Youth program, which makes a free ticket to select Shedd Classical concerts available to students high school and younger. The program is made possible by a support from Shedd benefactors dedicated to exposing young people to jazz in all its forms. Contact The Shedd Ticket Office for information. Usually, Youth high school and younger received a 25-50% discount on most Shedd shows.
College students w/ current student ID receive a 50% discount.
, Baroque violin
Rachel Hurwitz, Baroque violin
Holly Roberts, Baroque violin
Emma Simmons, Baroque violin
Quinn Frazee, Baroque viola
Mac Vanscheeuwijck, Baroque cello
Titus Young, Baroque celloJason Schooler
, Baroque bass
Julia Brown, organ/harpsichord