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January 30, 2022
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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There will be a short intermission or pause with no refreshments served.
South Church
41 Central Street
Andover, MA 01810
Tickets: $38; Order on-line at;; 978-474-6222
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Mistral presents: "The Baroque Big Band" (rescheduled concert)

Sunday, January 30, 2022

The ‘Baroque Big Band’ returns! A make-up for the Holiday concert cancelled December 5th, this concert features the same glorious Baroque Concertos and dream team of soloists taking turns in the spotlight! Works by Bach, Telemann, Vitali, Vivaldi. Masks and proof of vaccination required. Those who purchased tickets to the cancelled Dec 5th concert may use those tickets for the Jan 30 concert. E-mail Sheila at if you need them re-sent.

Telemann: Concerto for Four Violins, No. 2 in D Major TWV 40:202 Vivaldi: Concerto RV 217 in D Major J.S. Bach: “Italian” Concerto in F, BWV 971 (arr. for flute & strings) Telemann: Concerto in G Major for Viola and Strings J.S. Bach: Aus Liebe will mein heiland sterben from St. Matthew Passion Vitali: Chaconne Telemann: Oboe d’amore Concerto in A Major Julianne Lee, violin & viola; Sarita Kwok, violin; Stephanie Fong, violin & viola; Robyn Bollinger, violin; Alexandre Lecarme, cello; Julie Scolnik, flute; Kristen Watson, soprano; Robert Sheena, oboe d’amore & Eng. horn; Alexis Mitchell, Eng. horn; Michael Beattie, harpsichord; Donald Palma, bass MISTRAL has been bringing “unstuffy, unpredictable, and unmatched” concerts with internationally renowned musicians to the Greater Boston area since 1997. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Julie Scolnik, Mistral performances are always a little eccentric, stubbornly personal, impassioned, and committed to invigorating old traditions with an ever-youthful perspective. The Mistral 2021-22 concert season is funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
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