Lunchtime Classical Concert: Tom Foster, Harpsichord
The popular lunchtime classical concert series.
Escape the hustle and bustle and join us in the relaxed setting of Venue 2. Catch up with friends over soup and a sandwich in the upstairs bar from noon, followed by a delightful hour of classical music from 1pm.
Zachow: Prelude and Fugue in F major Suite in F major
Handel: Suite in F major
Muffat: Suite in C Major
Froberger: Canzona in D minor
Handel: Suite in E
Music by Handel and his contemporaries, full of the driving rhythms and sparking dance movements which make baroque music so uplifting. Tom Foster plays with some of the world’s finest ensembles including The English Concert and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, as well as our own Dunedin Consort and Scottish Ensemble.
Tickets: Concert only £9.50, Lunch and concert £15, Advance booking offer £8.50 (closes day before)
When & Where
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