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Ensemble Molière Presents ‘Hidden Gems’ at The Foundling Museum

Ensemble Molière Presents ‘Hidden Gems’ at The Foundling Museum

Ensemble Molière is one of the most widely respected young Baroque ensembles in Europe. Returning to the Festival, they bring a programme of beautiful and rarely heard collections of 18th-century French Baroque chamber music paired with its more well-known counterparts.

Starting with Handel’s rarely performed Overture, discover something new with rare performances of Dandrieu’s suspenseful Italianate trio sonata and Guillemain’s virtuosic quartet.


Time

Talk: SOLD OUT

Performance: 5.30pm

Tickets

£35 includes access to the talk at 4pm and the Foundling Museum from 3.30pm

£25 is for the concert from 5.30pm only

Concert length: 1hr (no interval) 


Programme 

Overture in D major HWV 337 G. F. Handel

Paris Quartet No. 6 in E minor Georg Philipp Telemann

Sonate en Quatuor Op. 17 No. 6 Louis-Gabriel Guillemain

Sonate Op. 1 No. 3 Jean-François Dandrieu

Trio Sonata Op. 2 No. 5 HWV 390 G. F. Handel


Further Information

Nearest tube: Kings Cross / St Pancras International (Victoria, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Circle & District, Northern line and National Rail services) | Russell Square (Piccadilly line). 


 

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