Baroque Trio plays at First Sundays Concert

  • Friday, February 7, 2020 10:30am
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Henry Lebedinsky’s Baroque Trio will be the featured performers at the next First Sundays Concert.

Lebedinsky is internationally renowned on harpsichord, organ, and clavichord as soloist, master class teacher, lecturer, composer and director. His concerts invite people to experience Baroque music in fun new and informal ways.

For his Bainbridge concert — scheduled for 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9 — Lebedinksy will be joined by Tekla Cunningham and Caroline Nicolas.

Cunningham is a well known and beloved Seattle violinist who travels up and down the Wwest Coast leading orchestras, and performing as soloist and in chamber music concerts.

A relative newcomer to the Seattle area, Nicolas, a cellist and viola da gambist, has quickly established herself as a musician of “eloquent artistry and rich, vibrant sound.” As winner of the Julliard School’s Historical Performance concerto competition, she made her debut in Alice Tully Hall in New York City.

The concert series is presented by First Sundays Concerts, a monthly musical performance series featuring world-class classical and jazz musicians.

The concert takes place at Waterfront Park Community Center at 370 Brien Drive.

Tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door.

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