‘A happy marriage of jazz and Baroque’ Le Progrès
Héloïse Gaillard oboe, flute
Violaine Cochard harpsichord
Annabelle Luis Baroque cello
Louis Sclavis clarinet
Mathieu Metzger saxophone
Jean-Philippe Feiss cello
Including works by: Falconieri, Marais, Hotteterre, Telemann and Handel
Tickets for tonight's performance are now available on the door from 6.45pm.
Two instrumental trios from different musical worlds collide in a bold musical encounter that pitches virtuoso jazz against the beauty of Baroque. The leading French jazz clarinettist Louis Sclavis and the adventurous Amarillis ensemble meet head-on in an unlikely but richly rewarding fusion of ancient and modern. From exquisite Baroque classics by Telemann, Handel and Purcell to the breathtaking jazz improvisations they inspire, this is a journey into uncharted musical waters driven by period poise and the syncopated sophistication of jazz.
- Mon 5 May, 7.30pm
- £17.50, £12.50 (restricted view)
Festival Standby £10