Baroque In Dresden – Ulverston

Date: Thursday 02nd December 2010 19:30

Venue: Coronation Hall, Ulverston

Talking Point, 6.30pmHarpsichordist Mahan Esfahani discusses the rich depth and variety of Baroque concertos and chamber music in this evening&s programme in the Coro auditorium.Mahan Esfahani harpsichordManchester Camerata EnsembleDresden was one of the most distinguished musical and artistic centres of the 18th century. The city was renowned for its praiseworthy crop of native composers, including Johann Adolf Hasse and Antonio Lotti. J.S. Bach&s brilliantly talented and wayward son, Wilhelm Friedemann, was an exceptional organist, while the fiercely gifted prodigy Johann Gottlieb Goldberg penned works so wellwritten that for more than half a century they were thought to be written by J.S. Bach himself!Ticket Prices £18.00 Balcony, £16.00 Front Stalls, £14.00 Rear Stalls. Concessions available.Special Prices on all stall seats for under 18&s: £5.00 and under. Contact the box office for details.Booking InformationPlease note: Tickets will be on sale from Monday 9th AugustTelephone 01229 587140In person, go to Coronation Hall, County Square, Ulverston LA12 7LZ