When: Thu., Feb. 21, 7:30-8:30 p.m. 2019
The latest installment in the Third Thursday concert series will feature some of the most elevated harpsichord and organ music by seventeenth-century French, German, and English composers. Eastman’s Italian Baroque Organ will share the concert floor with Eastman’s two-manual harpsichord by Keith Hill, a copy of an eighteenth-century French harpsichord by Blanchet. Performing will be Eastman organ faculty member Professor William Porter, and Eastman organ doctoral candidate Jacob Fuhrman, whose performance will be in partial fulfillment of his doctoral degree.
Works by Louis Couperin, Johann Jakob Froberger, Girolamo Frescobaldi, and several seventeenth-century English composers.
Price: Free with gallery admission after 5pm. Free for UofR students with ID