CLS is delighted to host The Bach Society of Charleston as they present the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra Chamber Players. The players will be performing works by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644-1704) that demonstrate the technique of scordatura. Baroque violinist David Wilson will retune his instrument for each sonata to created varied sonic effects. Barbara Krumdieck, baroque cello, and Barbara Weiss, harpsichord, will accompany him in this emotionally powerful performance of the Rosary Sonatas from The Glorious Mysteries.
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About the Bach Society of Charleston: The mission of the Bach Society of Charleston is to enrich the Charleston community through presentation of exceptionally high-quality, historically informed performances of the finest classical music in the repertoire, with special emphasis on oratorio and choral works, world class-visiting artists, the use of period instruments and the sacred and secular music of Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries from the Baroque and Early Classical periods.