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The Virtuous Wife (Baroque Gems)
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Sunday, January 13, 2013
Church of St. Mary Magdelene, 477 Manning Ave.
The Community Baroque Orchestra of Toronto performs works by Handel, Vivaldi, LeClair, Muffat, and Purcell on period instruments in the gorgeous acoustic of St. Mary Magdelene in Little Italy. Under the direction of coach Justin Haynes, this 9-member chamber orchestra brings you Handel's Concerto Grosso Op.3/3, Vivaldi's concerto for flute and bassoon ("La Notte"), a delightful trio sonata by LeClair, Georg Muffat's imaginative Sonata I from Armonica Tributo, concluding with Henry Purcell's engaging incidental music for the comedy, The Virtuous Wife. Admission is by donation ($20 suggested); the proceeds will be shared with the Church.
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