A handful of voices can still make a chorus. Musicians have always understood that less can be more – that the smallest idea, the
A handful of voices can still make a chorus. Musicians have always understood that less can be more – that the smallest idea, the slightest gesture, or the simplest story can delight our senses and fill our imaginations.
Join Carrie Krause, violin, Annabeth Shirley, cello, and Nate Helgeson, bassoon, for a program of intricate and intimate works of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Repertoire to include Becker, Biber, Monteclair, and CPE Bach.
The Tinworks is a historic warehouse art space and the performance will be staged progressively throughout this large space, with large garage doors open. Please note there is no seating or facilities. Treeline Coffee and cinnamon rolls will be available. Mask required inside the warehouse, but it is possible to remain outside during the entirety of the performance; sun protection recommended.