Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Sunday, April 3, 4pm

Trin­i­ty Epis­co­pal Cathedral
2620 Capi­tol Ave, Sacra­men­to, CA 95816 (map)
Sin­fo­nia Spir­i­tu­osa cel­e­brates its return to live Cal­i­for­nia per­for­mances with a pro­gram titled “Ritour­nelle—The Return”. Tele­mann is fea­tured in our name­sake piece, and in his Ouver­ture-Suite, which spot­lights out­stand­ing gam­ba soloist Eva Lymen­stull. The unusu­al instru­men­ta­tion of two vio­lins and two cel­los in Couperin’s amaz­ing­ly lush La Sul­tane, the ele­gant and enter­tain­ing dances of Lully’s Music for the King’s Sup­per, and the sump­tu­ous, play­ful and fiery move­ments from Rameau’s operas dis­play this ensemble’s pas­sion for French music from this period.
Georg Philipp Tele­mann: Sin­fo­nia Spir­i­tu­osa in D Major, TWV 44:1
Jean-Bap­tiste Lul­ly fils: Con­cert don­né au soupé du Roy
Georg Philipp Tele­mann: Ouver­ture-Suite in D Major, TWV 55:D6
Eva Lymen­stull, vio­la da gamba
François Couperin: La Sul­tane
Jean-Philippe Rameau: Instru­men­tal music from Les BoréadesDar­d­anus, Platée, and Hip­poly­te et Aricie.
Note: All audi­ence mem­bers are required to wear masks, cov­er­ing both mouth and nose, while inside Trin­i­ty Epis­co­pal Cathe­dral for this concert.
Park­ing is avail­able in the Sut­ter Com­mu­ni­ty Garage at N. and 27th Street, with a week­end flat rate of $10.