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Maurice Steger, un virtuose à Naples
March 6, 2014
Thursday • 8 p.m.
Admission: $23 to $71
Recorder soloist Maurice Steger is back to amaze audiences once again with his astounding virtuosity and electrifying stage presence! Inspired by the success of his most recent recording—Una Follia di Napoli—this concert will also provide Steger the opportunity to conduct the orchestra for the very first time.
Maurice Steger, conductor and recorder
L. VINCI Overture (Elpidia)
L. LEO Concerto for Four Violins in D Major
D. SARRI Concerto for Recorder No.11 in A Minor
A. SCARLATTI Concerto grosso No.3 in F Major
N. FIORENZA Concerto for Recorder in A Minor
A. SCARLATTI Improvisation on Follia di Spagna Partitas for Recorder and Continuo
D. SCARLATTI Sinfonia No.1 in A Major
L. LEO Concerto for Flautino in G Major Learn more
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