Treasures of the High Baroque
Thursday 12 January at 7:30pm
Morning Star Estate
1 Sunnyside Rd, Mount Eliza
Each a renowned artist in their own right, this unmissable performance will showcase the individual and collective talents of three of the world’s leading baroque performers.
Danish harpischordist, conductor and pedagogue Lars Ulrik Mortenson is Artistic Director of Concerto Copenhagen and works extensively as a soloist and chamber musician in Europe, the United States, Mexico, South America, China, Japan and Australia.
Australia’s Genevieve Lacey is a recorder virtuoso lauded for her extraordinary musicianship and “combination of sensuality, wit and mind boggling flamboyance” (The Guardian).
Australian-born, Denmark-based Jane Gower is principal bassoonist with Concerto Copenhagen, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and The Academy of Ancient Music, and performs extensively as a soloist throughout Europe, Australia and USA.
Together they will perform Telemann, JS Bach and Handel in the stunning surrounds of Morning Star Estate.
Genevieve Lacey, recorder
Jane Gower, bassoon
Lars Ulrik Mortenson, harpsichord