Academy of Ancient Music

Tuesday 25 July 2017, 7.30pm 
St John’s College Chapel
by kind permission of the Master and Fellows of St John’s College

Pavlo Beznosiuk –  director/violin
Rowan Pierce – soprano
Frank de Bruine – oboe

Bach Sinfonia to Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen, cantata 49
Vivaldi Concerto for strings in G minor RV 157
Bach Weichet nur Betrübte Schatten, cantata BWV 202
Vivaldi Oboe Concerto in A minor, RV 461
Bach Meine Herze schwimmt in Blut, cantata 199

The Cambridge-based Academy of Ancient Music is renowned worldwide for its inspiring performances of baroque and classical music. Its players revel in the expressive power of their period instruments and aim to recreate the style and spirit in which this music was first performed. Over the past 40 years AAM has played to audiences on six continents and this season undertake an extensive tour of the US and Canada.

Following the great success of their concert at last year’s Festival they return this year with an exquisite programme of Bach and Vivaldi.  Two gorgeous cantatas for soprano voice, and one orchestral Sinfonia by Bach, complement a concerto for strings and another for oboe by Vivaldi.

“Transmitting the kick of an energy drink…” Financial Times

Tickets £32.50/22/ (concessions £30.50/20, students: £12, unwaged £7) Ante chapel: £12 (concessions £10, students £8). Prices include box office booking fee
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