Sunday Baroque 7/1: Independence Day

Sunday Baroque 7/1: Independence Day

Hour 1:
How are you celebrating the Independence Day holiday? Whether it’s a parade, fireworks, or a picnic, Sunday Baroque is featuring music with perfectly complements the spirit of Independence Day, played by American musical ensembles. Remember: the founding fathers were 18th century men – and the music they heard was from the baroque era. Party like the Founding Fathers this week on Sunday Baroque.

Hour 2:
How are you celebrating the Independence Day holiday? Whether it’s a parade, fireworks, or a picnic, Sunday Baroque is featuring music with perfectly complements the spirit of Independence Day. After all, the founding fathers were 18th century men – and the music they heard was from the baroque era. Party like the Founding Fathers this week on Sunday Baroque.

Hour 3:

King George’s pastimes included cruising on the River Thames listening to music. Nicholas McGegan’s pastimes include visiting museums, gardening and Victorian novels. All that when he’s not making music! You can hear Nicholas McGegan and his group play music George Frideric Handel wrote for King George’s boat excursions this week on Sunday Baroque.

Hour 4:
She is now 37 years old, with a busy international performing career, but once upon a time Sarah Chang was a pint-sized prodigy who was only 9 when she first played as a soloist with the major professional orchestras. This weekend on Sunday Baroque you’ll hear big talents play some baroque hits, including Sarah Chang playing Antonio Vivaldi’s AUTUMN Concerto.

Air Date: 
Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 10:00am