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    Rebel Baroque Ensemble

    Rebel Baroque Ensemble

    Presented by Chamber Music Society of St. Cloud at SCSU Performing Arts Center- Ruth Gant Recital Hall

    October 4, 2014

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    Musical Treasures of the 17th & 18th Centuries
    At the core of the word “baroque,” or in Italian “barocco,” is the idea of eccentricity: the word comes from the Portuguese baroco, originally meaning a pearl of wildly irregular shape. Such pearls were prized for their rare beauty and the name was borrowed to describe an aesthetic stance which valued eccentricity over regularity and exuberance over reserve. This program presents a variety of baroque gems, from the familiar to the rarely performed and features works by Corelli, Vivaldi, Schmelzer, Marini, Fasch, Boyce, Mealli and Telemann.

    This internationally acclaimed New York-based Baroque ensemble REBEL (pronounced “Re-BEL”) returns to St. Cloud for its second appearance on our series. REBEL is known for bringing a breath of fresh air to early music and enthralls audiences with their unique style and virtuosic, highly expressive interpretation of baroque and classical repertoire - all played on period instruments.

    Jörg-Michael Schwarz - Baroque violin & viola
    Karen Marie Marmer - Baroque violin & viola
    Matthias Maute - recorder & transverse flute
    John Moran - Baroque cello
    Dongsok Shin - harpsichord

    Co-sponsored by the SCSU School of the Arts Music Department

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        SCSU Performing Arts Center- Ruth Gant Recital Hall

        620 3rd Avenue South
        Saint Cloud, MN 56301

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        Tickets: Tickets available at the door: $25/adult; $20/senior; $5/student

        Info Phone: 320-292-4645

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        October 4, 2014

        7:30 pm

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