Trio Sonatas Transformed
Abendmusik by Bach and Buxtehude
In 1705, the young Johann Sebastian Bach’s famed walk from Arnstadt to Lübeck to attend the evening concerts (Abendmusiken) directed by the old master organist-composer, Dietrich Buxtehude, brought about one of the most important connections in music history.
Inspired by experimentation and transformation, this programme reveals Bach and Buxtehude’s thirst for colour and texture, featuring Sonatas for different combinations of instruments in original and new versions.
Catherine Latham - Recorder/Voice Flute
Rachel Byrt - Viola/Violin
Susanne Heinrich -Viola da Gamba
Christopher Bucknall - Organ/Harpsichord
This concert is part of the Instruments of Time and Truth Summer Concert Series 2023, and is generously supported by John Osborn.
Instruments of Time and Truth are Oxford’s own period instrument orchestra, presenting world-class performances of Baroque and Classical music in Oxford and around the UK.
Free tickets are available for audience members under 26 thanks to the support of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Foundation.
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