ORCHESTRAL SERIES

ADELAIDE BAROQUE

SEASON 2020

Relive gems of the baroque period and explore new repertoire with three Orchestral Series and three Baroque Explorations concerts.

ORCHESTRAL SERIES 1

THE GENIUS OF ZELENKA POSTPONED

When Monday 18 May, 7.30pm | Pre-concert talk by Dr Jan Stockigt

Where Elder Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide

Price Adult $49  |  Concession $39 (incl. Seniors)  |  Students $10

Includes post-concert wine and cheese and conversation with the artists.

Leader Ben Dollman

This first Orchestral Series concert is a celebration of the Bohemian composer Jan Dismas Zeleka. Curated by the eminent scholar and Zelenka specialist Dr Jan Stockigt, the program includes a selection from Zelenka’s vast repertoire of works for orchestra, voice and baroque wind.

The Adelaide Baroque Orchestra, led by Ben Dollman, will be joined by special guests tenor Robert McFarlane and baroque oboists Emma Black (Vienna/Melbourne) and Kirsten Barry (Sydney).

Program includes

Sinfonia [1737] Dalla Serenata ‘Il Diamante’ ZWV 177
Motetto pro Nativitate Dormi ZWV 172
Sonata No 5, ZWV 181/5
Motet: Gaude laetare, ZWV 168
Ouverture à 7 ZWV 188

ORCHESTRAL SERIES 2

MUSIC OF THE SHIPS

When: Saturday 22 August, 7.30pm

Where: Elder Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide

Price: Adult $49  |  Concession $39 (incl. Seniors)  |  Students $10

Includes post-concert wine and cheese and conversation with the artists.

Leader Rachael Beesley

The ‘encounter’ between Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin in April 1802 is the starting point to this unique journey into the history of South Australia seen through the music of these European explorers.

Works include Peter Sculthorpe’s Sonata for Strings No. 3, with its second movement based upon an Aboriginal chant transcribed by a member of the 1802 Baudin exploratory expedition and forming the first such music committed to Western notation.

Program includes

Divertissment No 2 Op 100 for flute, violin and Cello – J Haydn
‘Nel cor più non mi sento’ for voice and string quartet – G Paisiello
Sailor’s Song Hob.XXVIa:31a – J Haydn
Flute Quartet in D K285 – WA Mozart
String Quartet – ‘Allegro moderato’ – FA Hoffmeister
Song with string quartet – Matthew Flinders
Flute Quartet – I Pleyel
Sonata for strings No 3 – Peter Sculthorpe

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ORCHESTRAL SERIES 3

CATHEDRAL CHRISTMAS

When: Sunday 14 November, 7.30pm

Where: St Peter’s Cathedral, North Adelaide

Price: Adult $49  |  Concession $39 (incl. Seniors)  |  Students $10

Includes post-concert wine and cheese and conversation with the artists.

Leader Simone Slattery

Our Cathedral Christmas program rings in the season with a variety of Christmas repertoire from the baroque. These stunning and inspiring baroque works include Corelli’s Christmas Concerto, Charpentier’s In Nativitatem Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Canticum and iconic baroque composers from Italy, France and Germany.

Guest soprano Bethany Hill will join the orchestra for Scarlatti’s ‘Pastorale per la Nostro Gesu Cristo’ for soprano and strings.

Program includes

Concerto Grosso in g minor Op 6 No 8 ‘Fatto per la note Natale’ – A Corelli
Cantata ‘Pastorale per la nativita di Nosto Signore Gesu Cristo’ – A Scarlatti
‘In Nativitatem Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Canticum’ – M-A Charpentier
Concerto Grosso in g minor Op 8 No 6, ‘Forma di pastorale per Santissimo Natale’ – G Torelli
Cantata ‘Selig is der Mann’ BWV 57 – JS Bach

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Companion Card

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Elder Hall, The University of Adelaide

North Terrace, Adelaide
Enter via the lift on the eastern side of the building

North Adelaide Baptist Church

154 Tynte Street, North Adelaide
Enter via the Eastern side door

St Peter’s Cathedral

27 King William Road, North Adelaide
Enter via side door off the carpark on northern side of Cathedral

Adelaide Baroque reserves the right to change the program or artists without notice

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