Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra closes Early Music Festival

Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra closes Early Music Festival

By Tom Aldridge Sunday afternoon explodes at the History Center with the music making of
string player Rachel Barton Pine and our very own Indianapolis Baroque
Orchestra.
by Tom Aldridge
Rachel Barton Pine, a master of the viola d’amore and
consummate Baroque violinist could be said to have hidden her light under a
bushel last Friday when she appeared as a member of the Trio Settecento. On Sunday she
unleashed her full playing talents with the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra in
bravura performances of works by Vivaldi (1678-1741) …read more

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