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What the cbc is failing to deliver , RIP, thankfully Pacific Baroque Orchestra will provide — and free, this Friday.

C’mon down to my ‘hood (aka dtes) and enjoy some Mozart:

In the early eighteenth century, baroque was on its way out as Le Style Galant became all the rage. As music moved out of the church and into the courtly salon, elegant tunefulness and genteel accompaniment took over. Then, along came Mozart, who turned this style into some of the greatest classics of all time. Revel in the music of the thoroughly modern composer of his time. You’ll hear a violin sonata, a piano quartet, and Mozart’s take on some music by J.C. Bach, all played as he would have heard it. (editor’s note: this was directly pinched off PBO’s website)

Venue: St. James Anglican Church

This Friday (Mar 28), at 7:30pm (I’m quite sure)

(photo cred: elaine)

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Nancy,
    Thanks for this – by the way, I sent you a message with the code for the blog post but your e-mail rejected it. Let me know if you want me to send it again or whatever 🙂
    Cheers!

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    Mar 27, 2008
  2. I won’t be able to make this concert, but am attending one on Saturday at the Chan Centre, so I guess we both get our ‘fix’.

    I keep wondering if things have reached the point of real revolt, now with the disbanding of the 70-year old CBC Orchestra added to the horrors from the current management. Is it time for a march on the CBC Studios, to be covered by local TV stations?

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    Mar 28, 2008

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