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An Evening of Baroque Concertos

  • St Ann's Church Saint Anns Square Manchester, England, M2 7LF United Kingdom (map)

Manchester Baroque's debut concert with an evening of spectacular music by Corelli, Vivaldi and Bach directed by Polly Nobes. This concert is part of ‘The Music That Made Manchester’ Series, more information below.

Tickets are available through Eventbrite, please click here.

Full Price £10, Students £3 (ID required)

Fancy listening to some of the music we will be playing? Click here to hear our playlist, performed by a selection of our favourite artists!

The Music that Made Manchester

Saturday February 9th 2019 marks the launch of Manchester Baroque, a new musical group for Manchester. It also marks the launch of a project to re-create the 1744/5 concert series of Manchester’s “Musick”, perhaps the earliest documented classical music series performed in the city.  Over the next two years Manchester Baroque will explore the repertoire of Manchester Musick’s  programmes  of 1744/5.

The  launch concert takes place at 7.30 pm in St. Ann’s Church in the City Centre and will comprise of music by Vivaldi, Corelli, all ending with Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto Number 5.

This is a fitting way to start the life of Manchester Baroque, Manchester’s newest ensemble dedicated to playing on original instruments.

Manchester Baroque is committed to bringing new insights and ideas to this old music, the performance of which prefigures the growth of the great industrial city Manchester was to become.

 To learn more about Manchester Baroque, Manchester Musick’s 1744/5 programme, the research being undertaken by Artistic Director, Pauline Nobes or to speak with her, please contact us via the website.

Later Event: November 2
Musick in Manchester