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  • Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba

    Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

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  • Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Evening in the Palace of Reason Johann Sebastian Bach at the court of

    King Frederick the Great

    Chamber music by J S Bach, C P E Bach, Quantz,

    F Benda, Janitsch and Frederick the Great

    7.30pm on Thursday 9 July 2015

    Strawberry Hill House 268 Waldegrave Road

    Twickenham, TW1 4ST

    Tickets £16.00 (Children £10.00) available from:

    http://www.strawberryhillhouse.org.uk 020 8744 1241 or at the door

    http://www.strawberryhillhouse.org.uk/

  • In 1747 the aging Johann Sebastian Bach visited the cosmopolitan court of

    the young and highly musical King Frederick the Great of Prussia. This was

    the catalyst for the composition of his great late work Musical Offering

    dedicated to the king. This programme explores the contrasting styles of

    Frederick’s court composers including Bach’s son Carl Philipp Emmanuel

    and the king himself. It culminates with Bach’s monumental Trio Sonata

    from Musical Offering. The magnificent eighteenth century Gothic interior of

    Strawberry Hill House (built around the same time) provides an

    atmospheric backdrop.

    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) Frederick II (‘the Great’) (1712 - 1786)

    FOLLIA is a baroque ensemble with a

    flexible combination of instrumental and/or

    vocal musicians as appropriate to the

    repertoire being performed.

    It is made up of experienced specialists in

    their respective fields. Programmes are

    based on specific themes drawing on the

    fascinating links between the music of each

    period and the historical context of

    contemporary thoughts, events and

    developments in the other arts. The music

    performed ranges from the early 17th

    century to the late 18th century.

    For further details please visit: http://www.yeoyat-soon.org/follia-and-duo-follia.html

    http://www.yeoyat-soon.org/follia-and-duo-follia.html

  • LOKI MUSIC PRESENTS

    Duo Follia

    Diane Moore: Baroque Violin

    Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    In the Shadow of the Sun King

    Music from 18th Century France by Dieupart,

    Leclair, Jacquet de la Guerre and others

    7.30 on Wednesday 9 December 2015

    The Lovekyn Chapel London Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT2 6PY

    Tickets: £12 (£8.00 concessions) available from

    [email protected] or at the door

    Further information: www.lokimusic.co.uk

    mailto:[email protected]://www.lokimusic.co.uk/

  • 2015 marks the 300th anniversary of the death of the ‘Sun King’, Louis XIV

    (r.1643 – 1715) and the accession of his grandson Louis XV (r.1715 – 1774).

    These two long-lived-monarchs were contrasting characters and their

    respective reigns forged very different paths for France. The former

    stabilized the country after a long period of religious strife and saw a golden

    age of French culture; the latter overseeing the rise of the decorative rococo

    style, but also a gradual decline in the prestige of the monarchy, which

    ultimately led to the French Revolution. This concert explores the music from

    the reigns of both monarchs, with music by Dieupart, Elisabeth Jacquet de la

    Guerre (whose 350th anniversary we celebrate this year), Leclair, Mondonville

    and Corrette.

    Jean-Marie Leclair Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre

    Duo Follia specializes in the rich repertoire of 17th and

    18th century music for violin and basso continuo and, in

    particular, the pioneering repertoire for violin and

    obbligato harpsichord. Concert presentations include

    informative and entertaining introductions drawing on

    the diverse artistic, cultural and historic links with the

    music.

    The ensemble particularly enjoys performing in historic

    venues. Recent concerts have included music by J S Bach

    and his sons, music for the House of Hanover and

    entertainments for the Ancien Régime at the Handel

    House Museum, the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court

    Palace and Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare.

    For further details: http://www.yeoyat-soon.org

    http://www.yeoyat-soon.org/

  • LOKI MUSIC PRESENTS

    Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Baroque Chamber Music

    from 18th Century London and Paris

    Music by Handel, Leclair, Telemann,

    Geminiani, Avison, Abel and others

    7.30pm on Wednesday 3 June 2015

    Garrick’s Temple Hampton Court Road,

    Hampton on Thames,

    TW12 2EN

    Tickets: £10, (£5 students) available from [email protected] or at

    the door. Further information: www.lokimusic.co.uk

    mailto:[email protected]://www.lokimusic.co.uk/

  • FOLLIA presents a varied programme of chamber music composed in the

    two leading European capitals of the 18th century. Composers include natives

    of each city, as well as some of the many foreign visitors and emigrés enticed

    by the wealth and cosmopolitan atmospheres of Paris and London. These

    include Telemann (a German visiting Paris), Geminiani (an Italian resident in

    London) and Handel (a German who was the greatest composer in London).

    FOLLIA is a baroque ensemble with a

    flexible combination of instrumental and/or

    vocal musicians as appropriate to the

    repertoire being performed.

    It is made up of experienced specialists in

    their respective fields. Programmes are

    based on specific themes drawing on the

    fascinating links between the music of each

    period and the historical context of

    contemporary thoughts, events and

    developments in the other arts. The music

    performed ranges from the early 17th

    century to the late 18th century.

    For further details please visit: http://www.yeoyat-soon.org/follia-and-duo-follia.html

    http://www.yeoyat-soon.org/follia-and-duo-follia.html

  • Duo Follia

    Diane Moore: Baroque Violin

    Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Entertainments for the Ancien Régime

    Music from 18th Century France by Leclair,

    Rameau, Jacquet de la Guerre and others

    6.30 on Thursday 27th August 2015

    Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London W1K 4HB

    £9 (£5 concessions): http://www.handelhouse.org

    http://www.handelhouse.org/

  • Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Evening in the Palace of Reason Johann Sebastian Bach at the court of

    King Frederick the Great

    Chamber music by J S Bach, C P E Bach, Quantz,

    F Benda, Janitsch and Frederick the Great

    7.30pm on Saturday 10th October 2015

    Church of King Charles

    the Martyr London Road,

    Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1YX

    Tickets: £14 on the door, £12 in advance

    https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/EKEHLM

    https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/EKEHLM

  • http://www.handelhouse.org/whats-on

  • http://www.handelhouse.org/whats-on

  • http://www.chapelroyal.org/recitals.htmlhttp://www.hrp.org.uk/HamptonCourtPalace

  • Duo Follia

    Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Bach and Sons

    Johann Sebastian Bach Johann Christian Bach by Elias Gottlob Haussmann, 1746 by Thomas Gainsborough, 1776

    A Concert of Music by Johann Sebastian Bach and his Sons

    7.30pm on Saturday 11th October 2014

    Garrick’s Temple Garrick’s Lawn,

    Hampton Court Road, Hampton on Thames,

    TW12 2EN

    Tickets: £10, (£5 concessions) available from [email protected] or at the door Further information: www.lokimusic.co.uk

    mailto:[email protected]://www.lokimusic.co.uk/

  • Commemorating the 250th anniversaries of the deaths of Jean-Philippe Rameau and Jean-Marie Leclair

    Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Récréation de Musique Music from 18th Century Paris by

    Rameau, Leclair, Forqueray and Telemann

    7.30pm on Friday 13th June 2014

    Strawberry Hill House 268 Waldegrave Road

    Twickenham, TW1 4ST

    Tickets £16.00 (Children £10.00) available from:

    http://www.strawberryhillhouse.org.uk

    020 8744 1241 or at the door

    http://www.strawberryhillhouse.org.uk/

  • Commemorating the 250th anniversaries of the deaths of Jean-Philippe Rameau and Jean-Marie Leclair

    Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Récréation de Musique Music from 18th Century Paris by

    Rameau, Leclair, Forqueray and Telemann

    3.00pm Sunday 15th June 2014

    Burgh House

    New End Square

    London, NW3 1LT

    Tickets £10.00 (Children £8.00) available from:

    http://www.wegottickets.com/event/271179

    or £12.00 (Children £8.00) at the door

    http://www.wegottickets.com/event/271179

  • Commemorating the 250th anniversaries of the deaths of Jean-Philippe Rameau and Jean-Marie Leclair

    Follia

    William Summers: Baroque Flute Diane Moore: Baroque Violin Ibrahim Aziz: Viola da Gamba Yeo Yat-Soon: Harpsichord

    Récréation de Musique Music from 18th Century Paris by

    Rameau, Leclair, Forqueray and Telemann

    7.30pm on Saturday 14th June 2014

    Church of King Charles the Martyr

    London Road, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1YX

    Further details and tickets £12.00 (£10.00 in advance, under 18s free) from:

    [email protected]

    mailto:[email protected]