Saturday, January 14, 2012

Baroque Artists of Shreveport at St Marks Cathedral Sunday Jan. 15, 2012 @ 3:00 PM

BAS will present another performance in its series of Baroque Concerts this Sunday Jan. 15 at St Marks Cathedral in Shreveport. 3:00 PM

From the blog of Robert Trudeau:

" . . . . . Concertos from Bach, Buxtehude, Handel, Telemann and Vivaldi will be performed by the Baroque Artists of Shreveport on Sun, Jan 15, 3 pm. This concert features 11 professional musicians, says Ruth Drummond.

Horace English, bass-baritone, Sally Horak, flute, Theresa Zale Bridges, oboe, Douglas Bakenhus, bassoon, Laura Crawford, violin, Dan Santelices, violin, Elizabeth Grondin, violin, Ruth Drummond, cello and Gay Grosz and Cathy DeRousse, harpsichord-continuo. . . . . . . "

sjwr  . . . . . One of the perks I look forward to at St Marks is the "concert in the round" seating in the choir loft from which one can get an up close and personal view of the concert artists.

See you there on Sunday
the performance is free and open to the public

St Marks Cathedral
by sjwr

harpsichordist Gay Grosz
'cellist Ruth Drummond
Doug Bakenhus on Baroque Bassoon

violinist Elizabeth Grondin and Horace English

harpsichordist Cathy DeRousse

flutist Sally Horak

Bass/Baritone Horace English

Shreveport's Robert Trudeau enjoying the music - violinist Dan Santelices and bassoonist Doug Bakenhus

The Liliens
bassoonist Dr. Douglas Bakenhus and Robert Trudeau discussing Baroque?

Matthew Philips and friend

Audience members may sit in the Cathedral Choir loft (as well as in the traditional church seating area) for a spectacular view of the artists!

BAS Concertmaster Laura Crawford
A very young violin student and his mom

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