Cambridge Early Music Concerts 2012


Pavlo Beznosiuk (violin), Paula Chateauneuf (theorbo)

3.00pm, Sunday 30 September, 2012
St Bene't's Church, Cambridge
Tickets:  £20.00,  £15.00
Passionate music spanning the early 17th to early 18th century, from the earliest solo sonatas by Marini, Fontana and Castello, to flamboyant works by Corelli and Vivaldi, and Tartini's 'Devil's Trill'.
The Ukrainian / Irish violinist Pavlo Beznosiuk has been described as "an artist with star quality". Renowned for his virtuosity and versatility, Pavlo has secured his reputation as one of Europe's greatest Baroque violinists.
Soloist, accompanist, teacher and linchpin of numerous early music groups, Paula Chateauneuf has earned her reputation as one of the most respected and admired musicians in the early music world.


    Biagio Marini (1594-1663):
        Sonata per sonar con due corde (1629)
    Giovanni Battista Fontana (c1571-c1630):
        Sonata Sesta (published 1641)
    Dario Castello (c1590-c1658):
        Sonata Seconda (Libro Secondo 1629)
        Passacaglia for theorbo from MS Modena, Archivo di Stato, Busta IV/A (circa 1675?)
    Giovanni Bonaventura Viviani (1638-1693):
        Capriccio (1678)
    Carlo Ambrogio Lonati (1645-1705?):
        Sonata No 3 (1701) in D Minor
        -- Interval --
    Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713):
        Sonata Op 5 No 10 in F Major
    Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741):
        Sonata Op 2 No 6 in C Major
    Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770):
        Sonata in G Minor (Brainard g5) The Devil's Trill


    Pavlo Beznosiuk violin
    Paula Chateauneuf theorbo

All concert information is correct at 20 May 2015.

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