Beginning Saturday, March 3rd 2012 the Miami Bach Society will present its Tropical Baroque Music Festival. Now in its 13th year, the annual week-long Baroque music event has gained international recognition by presenting the most renowned musicians from Europe, the United States and South America.
There is a strong ribbon of French weaving its way through this year’s program starting with opening concert by Concerto Soave, ensemble from Marseille, with Maria Cristina Kiehr and Jean-Marc Aymes, performing works of Scarlatti and Handel, Fuoco e Cenere from Paris, directed by Jay Bernfeld, playing works of Monteverdi, and Asteria, an American duo residing in France with Eric Redlinger and Sylvia Rhyne who will perform famous Mediaeval song book “Songs from the Dijon Chansonnier”.
In addition, Miami Bach Society’s Tribute to the Miami International Film Festival, will include Alain Corneau’s 1991 French classic film, “Tous Les Matins du Monde,” with music performed by Jordi Savall.
Other international performances include Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI,from Spain, Lautten Compagney representing Germany and more. The Festival closes with Brian Neal’s Brass Miami, with real fireworks.
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Article published on Feb. 2012.