The Bay Baroque Ensemble: A Trilling Time for All- Dedicated to the performance of Baroque music on historical instruments, the Bay Baroque Ensemble presents a program of late Baroque masterpieces by Bach, Handel, Quantz, and Telemann. Featured on the program are Handel’s wonderful Concerto in G minor for oboe, strings & continuo, a delightful Trio Sonata in C major for recorder, violin, and continuo by Quantz, and J. S. Bach’s Cantata 199 for soprano, oboe, and continuo. Performing on the concert will be USF professor Dr. John Robison (Baroque oboe, recorder) with guest artists Maggie Suttell, Patrick Baran, Terry Rejko, Valeria Frege, and Dana Milan.
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