Violin Concerto in D Minor (reconstructed)
Cantata no. 51, “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen”
Apollo’s Fire ends the season in an explosion of virtuoso fireworks. Bach’s famously fiery Concerto in D Minor is usually heard on keyboard, but was originally intended for violin (and is even better that way!) Acclaimed soprano Amanda Forsythe returns for AF’s first-ever performance of Bach’s sparkling “Jauchzet” cantata, featuring dazzling coloratura for soprano and trumpet. The AF strings take the spotlight in the beloved Brandenburg Concerto no. 3.
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Pre-Concert ZOOM Talks
Watch this lively lecture with our visiting scholar at home anytime beginning Tuesday, 4/20. And join the live Q&A with our artists via Zoom, Saturday, 4/24 at 1:00pm. A ZOOM link will be sent to all ticket holders for these concerts.
Post-Concert VIRTUAL LOBBY
Meet 2-3 of the featured the artists in our new Q&A ZOOM discussions – Sunday 4/25 (for patrons who attend the live concert) and Friday, 5/14 at 7:30pm (for patrons who watch the video at home). Sit down with a glass of wine for 30 minutes and toast the musicians on their performance!
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