Tenth Anniversary Concert

L37

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Latitude 37 celebrates 10 years as an ensemble with a playlist made up of their all-time favourite works.

The members of Baroque trio Latitude 37 were drawn together by their passion for historically informed performance of 17th and 18th-century music.

The combination of Baroque violin, viola da gamba and harpsichord opens up a wealth of repertoire that is rarely explored by other Australian ensembles. Three top graduates of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, the members of Latitude 37 share a unified interest in cultivating and communicating their art with their performance spontaneity inspired by the art of improvisation, communication and the humanity of a genre of music intended to charm and enchant.

Latitude 37 celebrates 10 years as an ensemble with a playlist made up of their all-time favourite works. From rare beauties plucked directly out of the heart of the Baroque era to arrangements of French folk tunes, some sumptuous Satie and pop-inspired original compositions. Delight in music of the Baroque with a quirky twist in true Latitude 37 style.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Latitude 37

PROGRAM

Anonymous: French Folk songs
Dedans (sic) une Plaine
Mes Belles Amorettes
Dans Notre Village

Francesco Cavalli
Canzona

Marco Uccellini
Sonata 2 Op.4 ‘La Luciminia Contenta’

Latitude 37
Recercada ‘La Pyramida’

Philipp Heinrich Erlebach
Sarabande from Sonata Seconda in E minor

Thoinot Arbeau
Belle qui tiens ma vie

Erik Satie
Troisième Gnossienne

Marin Marais
Sonnerie de Sainte Genevieve du Mont de Paris

Jean-Philipe Rameau
La Cupis from 5th Concert, Concert de Clavecin en Concert

Anonymous
Uppon La Mi Re

Latitude 37
Toccata Arpeggiata ‘La Pyramida’

Luigi Rossi arr. Nicolson
Passacaille

Anonymous
Mon cher aux yeux de coton

ARTISTS

Latitude 37
Nick Pollock Baroque guitar/theorbo

Venue