Organiser:
University of Edinburgh
Location:
St Cecilia’s Hall: Concert Room and Music Museum

A virtuosic French programme based around two of Rameau’s Pieces de Clavecin en Concert supplemented with solo sonatas by Jean-Marie Leclair for violin and Michel Blavet for flute.

In the Trio Sonatas by Rameau, the harpsichord does not just play continuo but has an obbligato part, accompanied by violin and viola da gamba; these are replaced in this concert by flute and violin, as suggested by the composer.

This concert will feature one of the harpsichords from the famous Russell and Mirrey collections at St Cecilia’s Hall.

Tom Foster Harpsichord
Georgia Browne Flute
Tuomo Suni Violin

Tickets range from £8 (concessions) to £28 per person

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Further information

Georgian Concert Society Concert Series 2022: Virtuosity of the French Baroque
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