Look forward to works by Bach and Vivaldi in the Chiesa di S. Paolo entro le Mura in Rome.
Johann Sebastian Bach’s six Brandenburg concerti are heralded as some of the greatest works of the Baroque era and are often performed today.
The Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 may have been one of the last to be written and it certainly seems like a special‐occasion piece. Also on the program are Bach's concerto for oboe and violin and his Air on the G string.
Vivaldi's concerto in D major “Il Gardellino” lives up to its name with its gentle themes for the flute soloist and bucolic harmonies for the string ripieno.