6th May 2020
Price: £10/£5 under 18's and students
Exploring the trio sonata of the Baroque period with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Young Artists
The trio sonata was one of the most popular chamber music forms during the Baroque period and was particularly attractive to Italian composers as a means of showcasing instrumental virtuosity and melodic creativity. Corelli‘s compositions became hugely influential in their day and travelled far beyond Italy; they inspired many other European composers, including Handel, whose trio sonatas formed a significant part of his instrumental compositions.