Portrait of Ignatius Sancho by Thomas Gainsborough, 1768

Members of the 18th Century Sinfonia

1:00pm - 1:45pm / Wednesday 21st October 2020
Type: Music / Category: Department / Series: Lunchtime Concert Series 2020
  • Suitable for: All welcome.
  • Admission: Free
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A programme of Italian and English Baroque pieces performed by Judith van Ingen (violin tutor in the Department of Music) with colleagues from the 18th Century Sinfonia that explores the delights of historically informed performance practice.

Judith van Ingen (Baroque violin)
Rachel Gray (Baroque cello)
David Francis (harpsichord)


Corelli - Violin sonata 10 in F major.
Purcell - Harpsichord suite No 7 in d minor
Vivaldi - Cello sonata in B flat major RV 46
Ignatius Sancho – Minuets etc.