Join Pacific Musicworks at Capitol Cider for BAROQUE FIDDLE: FROM CORELLI TO CAPE BRETON, part of their Underground concert series.
“Immerse yourself in music that feeds the soul, excites the spirit, and brings people together. Our unique blend of innovative programs, signature multimedia experiences, and fun, informal venues makes for an experience to remember, all at a price you can afford.
The violin first arrived in Scotland in the 17th century, and quickly became established in musical life both at court and in the countryside. Explore the intersection of art and folk music in the Celtic traditions, from high Baroque to high-spirited reels, jigs, and Strathspeys, across the ages and across the Atlantic, from 18th century Edinburgh to Cape Breton, Appalachia, and the Pacific Northwest. Renowned violinist/fiddlers David Greenberg and Brandon Vance join harpsichordist/guitarist Henry Lebedinsky to end the Underground season on a high note!”
Seating will begin at 6 PM; Music begins at 7 PM. Ages 21+.
Buy tickets here. // General: $25, Youth (21-30): $15.