The international success of the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin is unprecedented in the world of chamber music. Beginning as a bold display of musical sovereignty against the socialist regime of East Germany, now, over thirty years later, they are recognized as one of “Europe’s greatest musical success stories.”
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Join us one hour prior to curtain for a pre-concert lecture in Privé presented by Alexander Kahn, Director of Orchestral Activites, SSU.
Sunday, March 12, 3:00 pm
“Foreign Affairs - Characters of the Baroque”
Telemann's Overture-Suite "Les Nations" coupled with works of Couperin, Handel, Vivaldi, Bach and Rebel—this program explores the richness of the familiar and foreign through music.
Tickets Start at $35
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