Another interest of ours is live music performance, especially nice in this digital world. We had the pleasure of attending a free Baroque music performance at the Chazen Museum of Art here in Madison. We were part of the live audience of a Wisconsin Public Radio program called, “Sunday Afternoon Live from the Chazen” with host Lori Skelton.
We enjoyed a wonderful performance by the Madison Bach Musicians.
Instruments played were the harpsichord, violin (2), cello.
We had a wonderful time on a rainy day and we both appreciate great music like this.
- Classical music: Want to hear great live music during your summer travels and vacations? Here are links to the Minnesota Beethoven Festival in Winona; and to the Green Lake Festival and Door County’s Peninsula Music Festival in Wisconsin. Also, Wisconsin (welltempered.wordpress.com)
- How to know the styles of Baroque musics by listening to it.? (george-frideric-handel.information-about-music.com)
- Welcome to my blog! (chazenmuseumofartremodel.wordpress.com)
- Classical music: It is “Early Music Weekend” as the Madison Bach Musicians open their 10th anniversary season with concerts on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon of music by J.S. Bach, Telemann, Handel, Leclair, Pachelbel and Vivaldi. Plus, Ensemble SDG (welltempered.wordpress.com)
- Sotto Voce (mountmusicbox.wordpress.com)
- Classical music: Don’t miss the UW-Madison’s Pro Arte Quartet in Mendelssohn’s wondrous Octet this Sunday afternoon or in a world premiere on Nov. 22 – the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK. (welltempered.wordpress.com)
- Classical music: The Madison Symphony Orchestra’s series of four organ concerts begins this Friday night. Also, the Oakwood Chamber Players perform on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Sunday Afternoon Live From the Chazen.” (welltempered.wordpress.com)