The music of a pioneer, performed by a new generation of lutruwita/Tasmanian baroque musicians
At the beginning of the 18th Century, Italian violinist Arcangelo Corelli pioneered a revolutionary new ensemble form in Rome.
The 'concerto grosso' juxtaposes a large ensemble against a small group of soloists, highlighting the skills of the individual players and exploring the contrasting textures, sonorities and dramatic possibilities of the instrumental combinations.
Corelli’s new form inspired an entire generation of composers with literally thousands of concertos written in the decades to follow.
The concerto grosso is the perfect way to showcase a new generation of lutruwita/Tasmanian baroque players, our VDB Fellows, in an exhilarating program of well-known favourites, including the "Christmas Concerto" by the great Arcangelo himself, plus long-lost gems from Evaristo Dall’Abaco and Francesco Geminiani.
About the VDB Fellows
The VDB Fellowship program offers free professional training for emerging and established professional musicians wanting to develop their skills in historically-informed performance.
The program provides tutoring, mentorship and professional performance pathways, whereby Fellows can develop their skills and experience alongside leading Australian and international practitioners.
|Artistic Director & Baroque Violin||
Jenny Owen*, Alethea Coombe*, Natalya Bing*, Susie Furphy
Doug Coghill (Launceston) / Katie Yap (nipaluna/Hobart), Rachel Meyers
* denotes VDB Fellows
Event and ticketing details
Date & Time
|St Canice Sandy Bay||
Sun 3 December
|Premium - SOLD OUT||$50.00|
|30 and Under||$30.00|
|Child (12 and under)||$25.00|
|Wheelchair/Limited Mobility Seat||$30.00|
|Companion Card Holder||Free|
|Side seating - restricted view||$25.00 Please note - these seats are located either side of the altar. The sound is still fantastic here but you will be seated side-on to the players rather than than the usual front-view position.|
St Canice Sandy Bay
15 St Canice Ave, Sandy Bay TAS 7005Get directions