9:55am Tuesday 6th March 2012
COLIN Booth and Steven Devine make their annual return to Dillington House on Sunday, March 11, for a concert of harpsichord and fortepiano.
This year’s concert focuses on the glories of the keyboard repertoire from the 18th century.
Playing harpsichord and fortepiano, separately and together, Colin and Steven will present a programme featuring music by J.S. Bach and his sons.
The concert will show the striking changes as music moved from the high Baroque, through the Galant style, to the early Classical period.
The two major works in the programme will be J.S. Bach’s Concerto in C major and W.F. Bach’s Concerto in F major for harpsichord and fortepiano.
Colin Booth is well known to audiences throughout the South West and wider afield, both as a harpsichordist and harpsichord builder.
Steven Devine is a dynamic artiste who works across the early music world.
Amongst many things, he is the harpsichordist for London Baroque and principal keyboard player for the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
The concert starts at 2.30pm and tickets cost £13/£7 under-18s.
For more information and booking please call the box office on 01460-258648.
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