When: Sun., Feb. 5, 2:30 p.m. 2017
Experience the splendor, decadence and amour of the French courts of Louis XIV and XV. Major works include the gripping cantata Médée by Louis-Nicolas Clerambault; a delicious sonata for violin by Elizabeth Claude Jacquet de la Guerre; and a rarely heard quartet for flute, violin, viol, and continuo by Louis-Gabriel Guillemain. With Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Stephen Schultz (baroque flute), and Andrew Appel (harpsichord).
Price: Student (with valid I.D.): $10 Senior (65+): $20 General Admission: $30