Sonnambula: Austrian Baroque

Austrian and German composers at the end of the seventeenth century developed a highly original style, infused with mysticism — haunted by memories of three Thirty Years’ War and the Siege of Vienna. Exploratory and robust, this sound is marked by extravagant harmonic experimentation and fanciful instrumental virtuosity. Join Sonnambula for a journey through this intricate and mesmerizing sound world.

Program
Rosenmüller: Sonata Nona (1682)
JC Kerll: Works for Organ
Schmelzer: “Polnische Sackpfeifen,” Sonata à 3











When: Fri., October 11, 2019 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Where: Baruch Performing Arts Center
One Bernard Baruch Way (25th Street btw. Lexington & Third Aves)
212-352-3101
Price: $16-$36
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Austrian and German composers at the end of the seventeenth century developed a highly original style, infused with mysticism — haunted by memories of three Thirty Years’ War and the Siege of Vienna. Exploratory and robust, this sound is marked by extravagant harmonic experimentation and fanciful instrumental virtuosity. Join Sonnambula for a journey through this intricate and mesmerizing sound world.

Program
Rosenmüller: Sonata Nona (1682)
JC Kerll: Works for Organ
Schmelzer: “Polnische Sackpfeifen,” Sonata à 3

Buy tickets/get more info now