Tafelmusik’s popular chamber series returns to Temerty Theatre in the TELUS Centre. This season, we will transport you to three 18th-century European cafés to enjoy the musical delights offered there.
Springtime in Paris! In March we may still be shivering in Toronto, but let us transport you to the warm embrace of a Parisian café to enjoy an afternoon of musical delights. Baroque Paris saw the establishment of the café chantant (home of the French chanson) and of the café-concert, where patrons might hear some chamber music or a new cantata. The beguiling music of Louis and François Couperin, Clérambault, and the remarkable Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre—a renowned female composer—lends elegance and charm to our own café-concert.
- Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, Cantata
- Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Sonate en trio
- Louis Couperin, Pièces de clavecin en do majeur
- Jean-Féry Rebel, Sonata for violin “La Vénus”
- François Couperin, Chaconne, from L’Impériale
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