Rezonance Presents: Bach's Extraordinary Oboe
2019-20 Season concert #1
Rezonance Baroque Ensemble begins its season with a program of high baroque masterworks that culminates in a rare performance of J.S. Bach's striking concerto for oboe and violin. The Bach concerto will feature guest oboist Ruth Denton as well as artistic director and violinist Rezan Onen-Lapointe.
2pm (Doors open at 1:45)
St Barnabas on the Danforth Church
361 Danforth Ave, Toronto
** NOTE: Danforth will be closed Broadview to Donlands, we recommend taking transit to Chester station.
$25 / $15 students available at the door (cash only)
$20 in advance online
Canadian oboist Ruth Denton approaches music through a historical lens, considering the original intent of the composer and the musical practices at that point in time. Founder and Artistic Director of Cor Unum Ensemble, she treasures her time spent working in Toronto with her mentor John Abberger, Toronto Bach Festival, and Tafelmusik. Now based in the US, she is working on a doctoral degree at the University of Northern Colorado studying with Tim Gocklin (Akropolis Reed Quintet). In July she performed at the Amherst Early Music Festival, and she can't wait to perform Bach's double concerto for oboe and violin with Rezonance Baroque Ensemble in October 2019 in Toronto. www.ruthdenton.ca
St Barnabas on the Danforth Anglican Church (View)
361 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 1P1
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