The Dryden Ensemble opens their 25th Anniversary concert series with “A Baroque Tapestry,” an interweaving of glorious Baroque counterpoint from Germany, France and Italy on November 10 at 3 p.m. at Miller Chapel, located on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary, 64 Mercer St., Princeton.
The featured work on the program is Bach’s joyous Concerto in D Major (BWV 1054) for solo harpsichord and strings. It is Bach’s own reworking of his earlier Concerto in E Major for solo violin and strings. The soloist, Jacob Street, a harpsichordist and organist, has been a prizewinner in multiple international competitions.
The performers include Jane McKinley and Julie Brye, oboes; Anna Marsh, bassoon; Vita Wallace and Dongmyung Ahn, violins; Andrea Andros, viola; Lisa Terry, cello and viola da gamba; Anne Trout, double bass; and Jacob Street, harpsichord.
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