Tesserae Baroque reconstructs lost works in Bach Re/Deconstructed program

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Tesserae Baroque, Los Angeles' finest period instrument ensemble, reconstructs Bach’s lost works in their new :Bach Re/Deconstructed" program, including Bach’s “Seventh” Brandenburg on Sunday, November 20th at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills, CA at 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, November 20th, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

All Saints Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills
504 N. Camden Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Tesserae Baroque presents a unique performance of vocal and instrumental works by Bach that have only survived in “secondary” versions, with the original versions lost. In an attempt to recreate the sound of the original version, Tesserae Baroque will use modern reconstructions, including their own. Works performed will include the “Seventh” Brandenburg Concerto, based on the G-Minor gamba sonata, a Trio Sonata for Recorder and Violin, based on the A-Major Flute Sonata, as well as organ trios arranged as instrumental trios, and an aria from the St. Mark Passion.

Tickets are $30 / $25 / $15 - Children and Music Guild members are free

Michael Jones, tenor
Christopher Matthews, baroque flute
Fiona Last, baroque oboe
Alexandra Opsahl, recorders
Andrew McIntosh & Heesun Choi, baroque violin
Wendy Richman & Andrew Waid, baroque viola
Malachai Komanoff Bandy & Leif Woodward, viola da gamba
Michael Kaufman, baroque ‘cello
Ian Pritchard, harpsichord

Tesserae Baroque is an LA-based period instrument ensemble specializing in historically-informed performances of music from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Formed in 2010, Tesserae Baroque explores the beautiful repertoire of the Renaissance and Baroque, from intimate chamber music to large-scale orchestral works. Follow Tesserae Baroque on Facebook.

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Alexandra Opsahl