Vivaldi in Dresden

Academy of Ancient Music

13 April 2016 / 19:30
Milton Court Concert Hall


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A programme of Bach, Telemann and Vivaldi, exploring the influence of the Italian composer on his German counterparts.

Whilst Vivaldi never visited Dresden, his publications and dedications had a profound influence on a generation of German musicians. Directing from the harpsichord, Richard Egarr explores the cross-continental connections of an incredibly prolific era in music.

Programme and Performers


Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 1
Vivaldi Concerto in G minor
Telemann Concerto for three oboes and three violins
Vivaldi Concerto in D major
JS Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4


Richard Egarr director / harpsichord


6.30pm Pre-concert Talk
Free to ticket holders





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