Concertos by J. S. Bach, featuring Anton Nel
The fifth and final concert in La Follia's all-Bach concert season features the incomparable Anton Nel performing on harpsichord. Featured are the Triple Concerto and the Concerto in E major. Stephen Redfield, concertmaster, will perform the concerto in A minor. Marcus McGuff and Mr. Edfield will join Mr. Nel on the Triple concerto.
A KMFA Classical 89.5 celebrity will present a free pre-concert lecture on Bach and the music to be performed.
While Anton Nel is known and beloved as one of the most distinguished pianists in the world, it is not well known that he grew up playing harpsichord, and is in fact quite proficient on it. Those who attended his performance with director Keith Womer last season of two harpsichord concertos by J.S. Bach and W.F. Bach know what wonders are in store for those lucky patrons who attend this concert.
La Follia was founded in 1980, making it one of the oldest chamber ensembles of any kind in Austin. Among its numerous awards are three concerts cited as one of ten best classical music events of the year, as well as the 2016 Austin Critics Table award for overall Ensemble Performance.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church is located in the revitalized area of East Austin, not far from the Metrorail MLK station. There is free, ample and safe parking adjacent to the church. The venue offers excellent acoustics and sight lines, and is ADA compliant.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church (View)
2111 Alexander Ave
Austin, TX 78722
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