Northwest NEWS

April 15, 2002

Entertainment

Seattle Baroque Orchestra performs 'Bach Doubles' in Duvall

by Carolyn A. Butler
   DUVALL The Seattle Baroque Orchestra (SBO) will perform a concert of Bach's famous concertos for two solo instruments and string orchestra April 21, at 2 p.m.. This final program in the 2001-2002 Arts Onstage season features the Bach concerto in D Minor for two violins, the concerto in C Minor for violin and oboe and the concerto in C Major for two harpsichords. Complementing these three well-known works are works composed by Bach's two musical sons, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.
   The Seattle Baroque Orchestra is devoted to the performance of music of the 17th and 18th centuries. Through live performances, radio broadcasts, recordings, and educational programs, its aim is to bring new life to Baroque and Classical music and to awaken contemporary audiences to its vitality and relevance in our own time. This special "pay-what-you-will" presentation is part of the King County Performance Network and is funded by the King County Arts Commission and the Washington State Arts Commission. The program is preceded by a free pre-concert lecture.
   Tickets for the SBO concert are available at the door one hour prior to the concert or by mail order. To order tickets by mail, send your ticket request along with payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Duvall Arts Commission, PO Box 1300, Duvall, WA 98019. Depending on the completion date of the upgrades to the Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center, the concert may be moved to the Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation. Final details about the location are posted on the Duvall Arts Commission's web page. Mail order forms, a map and driving directions to the Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center are available on the Duvall Arts Commission's web page at www.cityofduvall.com/dac. For information, call (425) 788-2983.