Balmain Baroque ['LIVE' STREAM]

7pm, Saturday 31st October 2020

Please Note Due to that bloody virus I'm afraid we can't invite you to attend this concert in person but it will be streamed 'live' over the Internet for your viewing pleasure! If you'd like to make a small contribution towards the artists please book in via HumanTix - you will be charged a small booking fee but it will be all be going to help fund an education program for girls. Otherwise simply go to this YouTube page on Saturday 31st October 2020 shortly before 7pm. By the way, a recording of the concert will be available on YouTube after the event in case you aren't able to watch on the night - watch this space for a link.  Please do send this information to your friends - no matter where they are on this planet!  :-)

 
Balmain Baroque Tony and Amanda 400.jpgBalmain Baroque celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2020. The band, based in Balmain, currently features:
  • Amanda Muir (soprano, baroque flute)
  • Lidia Bara (violin)
  • Tony Eyers (recorder)
  • Darsha Kumar (cello)
  • Donn Mendoza (harpsichord)

The program at Humph Hall will feature excerpts from the baroque operas of Handel and other instrumental pieces - just like a night out in 18th century London.

They have their own harpsichord, essentially the 6th member of the band.

Since the beginning, Balmain Baroque has had a strong community music focus. The group comprises professional players with a common passion for the baroque repertoire. They perform at baroque pitch and their wind instruments and harpsichord are based on their baroque counterparts. The 18th century saw a great outburst of high quality chamber pieces, Balmain Baroque has picked some of the best. Come and share with the band.
 
Visit the Balmain Baroque web site where you can listen to samples of their playing.
"Balmain Baroque is a quintet of accomplished artisans who each perform expertly and humbly, blending their individual musicianship to present an harmonious, yet astringent reflection of the opulence of the Baroque era.  With professionalism and humour, they entertain any audience and their vintage instruments are a delight." Annie Selman

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