Baroque orchestra, KONTRAPUNKTUS, will be returning to Long Beach for the fourth time this spring with its new classical music production, IL BAROCCO.
The concert will be held at Grace First Presbyterian Church on March 9th and begins at 8 PM.
Admission is open to the public and parking is free.
IL BAROCCO celebrates the influence that acclaimed Italian Baroque composers (a.k.a. Antonio Vivaldi, Archangelo Corelli, etc.) had on their German and English contemporaries such as Johann Sebastian Bach. Georg Philipp Telemann and Charles Avison. KONTRAPUNKTUS will also be performing new Baroque music from our gifted Composer-in-Residence, Mark Moya. KONTRAPUNKTUS is a Baroque orchestra comprised of exceptionally talented classical musicians from the prestigious Colburn School and is led by Artistic Director and renowned harpsichordist, Ian Pritchard. Joining him on stage will be Concertmaster, Kako Miura, violinists Alena Hove and Tiffany Kang, violists Ben Chilton and Christopher Rogers-Beadle, cellist Vardan Gasparyan, and flutist, Sieon Choi. This performance is made possible through the kind hospitality of the Grace First Presbyterian Church staff and is supported in part by grants from the Arts Council for Long Beach, the City of Long Beach, and the Port of Long Beach.
For Tickets Visit: www.kontrapunktus.com