Vivaldi Gloria – Lithgow Concert
Sat 6 May at 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
A celebratory concert combining forces from two longstanding Bathurst musical institutions: the
Bathurst Chamber Orchestra and the Allegri Singers. Two energetic works from the famous “Red
Priest” of Venice will frame the program, beginning with his double trumpet concerto, showcasing
trumpeters, David Hood and Laykus Woods, followed by a choral offering from the Allegri Singers
and J. S. Bach’s much-loved B minor Suite featuring flautist, Emma Knott. Vivaldi’s exultant Gloria
will then provide the grand finale, requiring all forces in a jubilant display of collaboration and joy.
An afternoon of Baroque delights!
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