The Trio Sonata form was the most popular instrumental music of the baroque period. It was written by composers all across Europe and was eagerly marketed to amateur musicians to perform at home.
This concert features music by Telemann and Handel and takes a look at how the Trio Sonata became such a popular musical work in the 17th and 18th centuries. Aided by technology, members of Eboracum Baroque come together from across Europe, including the UK, Spain and Serbia.
Violins: Katarina Djordevic and Kirsty Main
Cello: Miri Nohl
Harpsichord: Marta Lopez
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Friday 26th March 2021
13.00 - 13.30