Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Sunday, April 3, 4pmTrinity Episcopal Cathedral
2620 Capitol Ave, Sacramento, CA 95816 (map)
Tickets: $25 General/$10 Student
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 Boréades, Dardanus, 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.