Concertmaster Juan Carlos Zamudio and members of the Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra will share with the audience the challenges and rewards of playing period instruments and the variety of sounds that can be achieved. This brief talk will be followed by a working rehearsal where audience participants will have an opportunity to observe the creative process in real time: how a chamber Baroque ensemble addresses issues of articulation, ensemble, balance, tempo, gesture and affect. Since the rehearsal process requires intense focus with no distractions, this event is not suitable for young children. Older children and teens, especially those who play instruments, will find it as fascinating as adults. Advance reservations for this free Princeton Festival event are required. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve space.